Article 370

The Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020, was promulgated on November 28. The new law tries to prevent religious conversion by using misrepresentation, force, undue influence, coercion, allurement or by any fraudulent means or by marriage. It also gives provisions to punish anyone who abets, convinces or conspires such conversions. The... Continue Reading →

Should hindi be made the national language of india

According to a study by Ethnologue, India has the world’s fourth highest number of languages. Some of the languages are extinct because the upcoming generations refuse to recognize the language. Article 343 of the Indian Constitution states that the official language of the Union shall be Hindi in Devanagari script. Article 344 provides for the... Continue Reading →

Different types of Bank Accounts for NRI’s

Indians who live abroad, officially known as non-resident Indians (NRIs) or persons of Indian origin (PIOs) are citizens of India but live outside India. According to a report by the Ministry of External Affairs, there are 1.3 crore NRIs and 1.8 crore PIOs who were living outside India. Definition NRI is indirectly defined in Income... Continue Reading →

Laws, which Netflix and Amazon need to look out for.

Netflix and Amazon laws In 2017, the revenue from over-the-top (OTT) platforms in India was 21 billion rupees; it grew a tremendous amount to 35 billion rupees in 2019, and further India witnessed a 30% rise in the number of paid subscribers, from 22.2 million to 29 million by July 2020. Netflix stopped their free... Continue Reading →

Public and Private International Law

According to Alf Ross, “International law is the body of rules binding upon states in their relations with one another.” There are some functions of international law which are discussed below. Maintenance of peace and securityDevelopment of friendly relationship between statesAchievement in international co-operation to solve problemsTo solve economic, cultural and humanitarian problemsTo guarantee political... Continue Reading →

The controversial topic of jallikkattu

Jallikkattu or  is a bull taming event held in Tamil Nadu on Mattu Pongal day as a part of the harvest festival celebrations. Pongal is celebrated over 4 days from 13th January to 16th January. Jallikattu is held on 15th January on Mattu Pongal day. There are three variants for Jallikattu : Vati Manju Viratu... Continue Reading →

Indian Laws to consider before shooting a film

According to Article 19 (1)(a) of the Indian Constitution, citizens have a right to freedom of speech and expression and this includes shooting the films for public exhibition. However, there may be reasonable restrictions for this fundamental right because Article 19 is not an absolute right. There are 4 types of certifications under Central Board... Continue Reading →

The IT Act 2000

The Information Technology Act,2000, also known as ITA-2000 or the IT Act is the primary law in India which deals with cybercrime and electronic commerce. It is based on the United Nations Model Law on Electronic Commerce, 1996. The bill was formed and finalized by a group of officials headed by the then Minister of... Continue Reading →

Will Lawyers be replaced by Artificial Intelligence ?

Computers and automation has affected the lives of people all around the world. While most companies and people were benefitted by this change, it proved to be brutal for some others, some people were left without any job and they did not possess the skills to be as fast or as accurate as the computers... Continue Reading →

Space Law

Earlier, land owners had the rights to the land and the air above them infinitely. When airplanes came into picture, it became impractical to take permission from each and every land owner in order to fly above their land. It was universally decided that the air 500 feet (150 metres) above the land would belong... Continue Reading →

Crimes at the sea

Majority of the people on earth live on land, while a few people spend some time at sea and an even fewer people are spending their time in space and space stations. Almost 71% of the earth is water. The people on land follow the specific country’s laws and regulations. This leads to the question... Continue Reading →

Roles and Functions of SEBI

SEBI  The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) was established on 12 April, 1988 and given statutory powers on 30 January, 1992, through the SEBI Act, 1992. SEBI has its headquarters at Kurla Complex in Mumbai and has various offices in New Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Kochi and a few more local offices.... Continue Reading →

The Israel – Palestine Conflict

The Israel-Palestine Conflict Israel is a nation that has faced oppression since long before. In 1967, the Arab countries joined hands to eradicate Israel; but the Israelites knew that if they lost the war then they would lose their nation so they put in their maximum effort.  After six days of fighting, surprisingly Israel won the... Continue Reading →

The Central Vista Project – waste of ₹20000 crores?

On 10th December, 2020, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the new Parliament building. The cost of the new Parliament building is estimated at ₹930 crores. The principal architect is Bimal Patel. In 2019, the central government announced its proposal for the Central Vista Redevelopment Project. The area stretches from the Rashtrapati... Continue Reading →

What is ISO Certification ?

What is ISO Certification? Some companies have ISO 9001:2015 printed on their products. This is a form of expressing that the company can be trusted because it has an international certification that its quality management system meets international standards.  International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) is an international standard setting organisation. It was founded on February... Continue Reading →

Why we need to install Amber Alerts in India ?

AMBER Alerts  AMBER alert is an acronym for America’s Missing Broadcast Emergency Response mainly used in the United States of America to help retrieve kidnapped or abducted children below 17 years. If a child is kidnapped, the witnesses should call 911 and they will pass on this information to the AMBER committee who after verifying... Continue Reading →

Murder vs. Culpable

In a Venn diagram, murder would be in the inner circle and culpable homicide would be on the outer circle. Hence all Murders are Culpable Homicides but all Culpable Homicides are not Murders. Homicide is derived from the Latin term “homo” which means man and the Latin term “caedere” which means to kill. Hence, it can... Continue Reading →

International Business Strategies

During the 17th through 19th centuries the British East India Company had monopoly over sea trade. The most popular trade route was the Silk Road, which was a network of many trade routes which originated in China and ended in the Mediterranean Sea and Europe. The Silk Road was used to transport silk, spices, Ivory... Continue Reading →

Effect of media on court trials

The media plays a significant role during court trials. Reporters give their own opinions while reporting the judgements and they ask what the pubic thinks of the decisions taken by the court. In a country which guarantees its citizens the right to freedom of speech and expression, as well as freedom of press, it is... Continue Reading →

Union List and Responsibilities of the Centre

 India follows a Federal system of government which means that power is distributed between the Centre and states. Some subject matters are given to states so that only the states can make decisions or laws and the Centre cannot interfere in those matters. This is known as the state list.  List-I Another list is there... Continue Reading →

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