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The world is embracing the digital life as an extension of one’s life. Social media has integrated seamlessly into everyone’s life across the globe. Today, it has gone above and beyond the spectrum of just recreation and socialization. This article analyses the potential coadunation of social media and the criminal justice system. The use of […]
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In the middle of this tumultuous pandemic, the Indian Government implemented a scheme to ameliorate the condition of public health in the country, using digital technology. The Government introduced a mobile contact tracing application called AarogyaSetu to track down the growth of Covid-19 cases and it became the worlds’ quickest app to reach 5 crore […]
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The COVID 19 pandemic has led to a situation wherein Governments across the world have devised digital solutions including tracking apps, which have unbridled access to a person’s sensitive personal data. Countries with a lack of data protection and privacy laws give an upper hand to the Governments to mandate apps bypassing the ethical principles […]
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Law is a tool of the mankind which comprises of regulations of behaviour, activity or conduct of an individual, created and imposed by the State. The chief purpose of the law is to bring tranquillity and firmness in the community. The law has not yet explained who is a dead person but it has acknowledged […]
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India is an agriculture rich country. Majority population is engaged in agricultural activities. They earn their hard earned bread and butter through farming and it can be regarded as the only source of income. Government has introduced many reforms and legislations to help the farmers especially those who come under the ambit of marginalized farmers. […]
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Domestic workers come from unprotected communities and rural regions and they provide important services to the society. Most of them are poverty-stricken, unlettered, untrained and unacquainted with the urban labour market. Their work is under-appreciated, underpaid and poorly regulated. Absence of reasonable payment, quality working environment, cruelty, maltreatment, sexual harassment are the major problems. The […]
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Prostitution generally entails the monetary exchange of one's body for sexual purposes, although there is so much more profundity to this definition. 'Sex work' isn't considered illegal per se in India, although it is frowned down upon for more than one reason. The atrocities towards sex workers are generally turned to the blind eye. However, […]
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Football has retained its position in the hearts of Indians and especially within the Bengali community for being the first sport in which the Indians showed the British that they would not back out without a fight. In 1911, a barefooted team dubbing themselves Mohun Bagan went head-on against the English team and won. That […]

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The source of livelihood depends on the rituals, customs, faith, and sanity over the mythology within ancient and contemporary society. The fostering of basins which shift from native tributaries towards the extensive integration within the humankind, these beliefs of the ethics are portrayed into the cynical side of the context known as disabilities – which […]
  1. Contemporary Law
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Every citizen of India is entitled to certain Fundamental Rights installed under Part III of the Constitution of India, 1950. Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution enumerates the Right to Freedom of speech and Expression which is bestowed upon the citizens. However, no such legal privilege confers any exclusive immunity on the citizens to visibly exploit […]
  1. Legislation Analysis
The suffering that Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe have faced from ancient times is undeniably humongous. Though the passing of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Act is itself an achievement for backward classes but the major thrust remains on its effective implementation. Through this blog, we will analyse about coherent reasons for this legislation. Apart […]
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Analytical Composition of this paper encompasses, nature of Disaster Management Act, 2005, along with the Constitutionality and legislative components of subject, “Disaster Management”; which provides dominant positioning of union over state and other subordinate authorities. This paper also incorporates critical analyses of adjudication scheme, provided under the Disaster Management Act, 2005; which in the present […]
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  2. International Law
Trademarks have existed for ages. Although the use of trademark has changed quite it bit. Earlier the purpose of trademark was quality check, and now it has more to do with brand recognition. Once again the focus of trademark is shifting, now trademarks have global value. They are a means of recognition. As technology makes […]

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