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CSR policy implications for COVID-19

This article highlights all the facts about the CSR policy and COVID-19 funds. It has tried to state all the confusions regarding which fund shall come under the CSR policy and which not. Further, thi....

Author: Harshita Agrawal   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Miscellaneous | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

Cruelty Against Husbands

Matrimonial events are affairs on intricate human and psychological relationships. It is based on moral norms of reciprocal respect, belief, empathy, productivity, sentiments coupled together with rea....

Author: Piyush and Surabhi   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Family Law | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

Critical Analysis on Restitution

The concept of restitution is a legal doctrine which plays a very important role is restoring the benefit which by the erroneous judgment was given to the former decree holder but that person is not t....

Author: Paras and Vanjul   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Family Law | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

COVID 19 – Staying Home, Staying Unsafe?

There are many dimensions to domestic violence, all of which stem from the exercise of patriarchal power. In this reading list, we examine the laws and the redressal mechanisms available to women w....

Author: Rashi and Anshuman   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Miscellaneous | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

The dark side of Finance Bill 2017: Corruption Legalized!

The Article on the topic- The dark side of Finance Bill, 2017: Corruption Legalized!, contends insightfully how Corruption has now been legalized, in India. Basically it does not include the small num....

Author: Pushpdeep Kaur   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Miscellaneous | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

Corporate Reverse Piercing: A New Edge to the Corporate Governance in India

In India, there has been a huge development in the commercial law. It is hard to believe that concep....

Author: Pawanpreet and Anjali   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Commercial | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

Contract of Indemnity and Guarantee provision in U.K. and India

In this research paper researcher has tried to find out the main difference between Indian Contact Law and Common Law on the issue of Guarantee and Indemnity. In this paper researcher has defined Sect....

Author: Kshitij and Komal   Year: 2021 /Month: 2 /Vol: 1 /Issue:2 |  Subject: Contract | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Academic Journals)

Trademark Cyber-Squatting Laws in India

The intellectual property right is a kind of legal right of the owner that protects the creation, invention, symbol or design, etc. of the person who created them so that they can enjoy their property....

Author: Shrishti Mittal   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

No "Skin-to-Skin Contact" implies no "Sexual Assault"

The Nagpur Bench of the Bombay High Court passed a very absurd judgement2in the matter of applicability of §7 of the Prevention of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 (hereinafter POCSO).The issue ....

Author: Digvijay Sahni   |  Subject: Criminal | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Students)

Role of IPR in Economic Growth

By impacting the incentives to improve, Intellectual Property (IP) rights security may influence financial development critically. A significant inquiry for some nations is whether the stricter implem....

Author: Benazeer Fatima   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights | Date: 24 Feb 2021 |  (Articles by Professionals)
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