Personality rights in India- A Protection under IP: Akella Poornima

PERSONALITY RIGHTS IN INDIA: PROTECTION UNDER IP Author: Akella Poornima Symbiosis Law School, Pune ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT The protection of celebrity rights under Intellectual Property has become a new ray of hope for safeguarding the unethical commercial use of posters, images, sounds (or any similar medium) of famous people for monetary benefit or good business. Read more about Personality rights in India- A Protection under IP: Akella Poornima[…]

Getting Patent Protection for Electronic Cigarettes: Prateek Charan & Shivangi Pandia

GETTING PATENT PROTECTION FOR ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES Author: Prateek Charan Co-Author: Shivangi Pandia National Law University, Nagpur ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract Electronic Cigarettes were introduced as an alternative to the traditional cigarettes with their proposed benefits including tar-less intake smoking experience. They have, though, formed a multi-million dollar business across the globe, yet they have been subjected Read more about Getting Patent Protection for Electronic Cigarettes: Prateek Charan & Shivangi Pandia[…]

A detailed study on the lifting of corporate veil in the era of 2020: Vanshika Modi

A DETAILED STUDY ON LIFTING OF CORPORATE VEIL: IN THE ERA OF 2020 Author: Vanshika Modi ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT This study is about what is lifting of corporate veil which includes how shareholders use the idea of limited liability to serve their personal motive which further leads us to determine how courts approved the concept Read more about A detailed study on the lifting of corporate veil in the era of 2020: Vanshika Modi[…]

Human and Its Trade – A way towards development: Areeb Ahsan

Human and Its Trade – A way towards development Author: Areeb Ahsan KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar  ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT The paper reviews how to well establish the power of Human Rights and featuring ways to develop those rights and dignity which are equal to all human beings. The Secretary-General of the United Nations had once Read more about Human and Its Trade – A way towards development: Areeb Ahsan[…]

Patent Monopoly- Hindrance to Healthcare Prosperity: Poulomi Sen

PATENT MONOPOLY: HINDRANCE TO HEALTHCARE PROSPERITY Author: Poulomi Sen RGSOIPL, IIT KHARAGPUR ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract The patent system is a mechanism to grant a monopoly, usually for 20 years, to innovators who invent a product, process, or instrument satisfying the stringent requirements of worldwide-novelty, non-obviousness, utility, and industrial application. Once patent rights are granted, the Read more about Patent Monopoly- Hindrance to Healthcare Prosperity: Poulomi Sen[…]

Fundamental Rights: Harshada Gupta

Fundamental Rights Author: Harshada Gupta ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT The aim & object of this research paper is to enunciate the true meaning of the Articles mentioned under the fundamental rights as propounded by our father of Indian Constitution ‘Dr. B.R.Ambedkar’. The Constitution of India makes it compulsory for its Government to protect and promote freedom Read more about Fundamental Rights: Harshada Gupta[…]

The Right to Privacy: Constitutionality of Personal Data Protection Bill: Muskaan & Harshul

THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY: CONSTITUTIONALITY OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION BILL 2019 Author: Muskaan Gupta Co-Author: Harshul Bangia* O.P. Jindal Global University. ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract Privacy is a critical concept that is being talked about in today’s modern and online world. The use and abuse of privacy is a continuous threat to humans and violates their Read more about The Right to Privacy: Constitutionality of Personal Data Protection Bill: Muskaan & Harshul[…]

Corporate Social Responsibility in India: Nikita Motwani

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN INDIA Author: Nikita Motwani AMU ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT The Latin phrase ‘Quid pro quo’ which means ‘something for something’ is the founding principle for all symbiotic relationships. It is evident enough that there exists a symbiotic relationship between corporate businesses and the society in which these businesses operate and it is Read more about Corporate Social Responsibility in India: Nikita Motwani[…]

Dying to be free – The Anatomy of an abetted mind: Akash & Kushagra

DYING TO BE FREE- THE ANATOMY OF AN ABETTED MIND Author- Akash Krishnan Co-Author- Kushagra Gahoi  ICFAI LAW SCHOOL, Hyderabad. ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT The tall, athletic man arrives at the crime scene alongside his CSI partner, a lovely and intelligent woman, their white coats are flashing as the policemen untie the noose of the man Read more about Dying to be free – The Anatomy of an abetted mind: Akash & Kushagra[…]

Environmental Impact Assessment For Etalin Hydroelectric Project in Arunachal Pradesh: Nikita A. Patel

Environmental Impact Assessment For Etalin Hydroelectric Project in Arunachal Pradesh Author: Nikita A. Patel Department of Environmental Studies, School of Human & Environmental Sciences, North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, India ISSN: 2582-3655 ABSTRACT: The paper is based on the project Etalin Hydroelectric power plant, which is recently approved by the government of India. The aim Read more about Environmental Impact Assessment For Etalin Hydroelectric Project in Arunachal Pradesh: Nikita A. Patel[…]

Restitution of conjugal rights: Aayushi Raghuwanshi

Restitution of conjugal rights Author: Aayushi Raghuwanshi ISSN: 2582-3655 Abstract With the passage of time relationships are becoming weak, back in time, small fights would never lead to separation of the couples but as time has passed couples instead of sorting things out find it easier to part their ways. Here, the decree of restitution Read more about Restitution of conjugal rights: Aayushi Raghuwanshi[…]