Climate Crisis: Public and Private Areas of Law

Author: Tanmaya Sharma LL.M. in Criminal and Security Laws Enrolled at Bar Council of Rajasthan, Jaipur The world has witnessed major changes in the environment and climate due to various factors. Most of us are a live audience to the current pandemic and have also seen various other casualties due to climate change. Human beings are considered the most evolved species, consuming one and all the available resources. Our planet… Read More »Climate Crisis: Public and Private Areas of Law

Rise of Artificial Intelligence

Author: Amisha Gupta 3rd Year BBA LL.B (Hons.) University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun 1. INTRODUCTION In the mid-1950s, there was a time when artificial intelligence was officially recognized, which also lead to the initiation of numerous institutions[1] and programs[2] specialized in artificial intelligence which was not acclaimed at that period but being the most discussable matter in today’s scenario, AI[3] is made a basic element of many fields.… Read More »Rise of Artificial Intelligence

Growing Issue of Cybercrime

Author: Amisha Gupta 3rd Year BBA LL.B (Hons.) University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun 1. INTRODUCTION TO CYBERSPACE As society is changing with more development, we need a device with a fast speed processor, which can perform functions like arithmetic, logic and saving i.e., memory functions. These functions have the power to interconnect companies at the world level.  The universal and dynamic space network created for the system to… Read More »Growing Issue of Cybercrime

Comprehending Cross-Cultural Mediation

Author: Tanmaya Sharma LL.M. in Criminal and Security Laws Enrolled at Bar Council of Rajasthan, Jaipur During the past recent years, the evolution of new ways has been seen to solve intermediate disputes between the parties. People’s interest clashes due to difference in opinion or due to any other differences in their operations, and when they fail to reconcile the common ground to work together, they seek the third party… Read More »Comprehending Cross-Cultural Mediation

Comprehending The Concept Of Third-Party Funding (TPF)

Author: Bhagyashree Dansana Law Graduate Alliance University, Bangalore 1. WHAT ARE TPF ARRANGEMENTS? Seen basically as being of Anglo-Saxon or Common Law inference, TPF arrangements are being utilized increasingly more all through the world. They are not new. Truth be told, they have been in presence since the mid-1990s. While they were utilized initially more in case procedures, they are progressively basic in both business and speculation mediation. TPF arrangements… Read More »Comprehending The Concept Of Third-Party Funding (TPF)

Police Investigation

Author: Nandini Mangla 2nd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune ABSTRACT: The police in one nation is the instrument for implementing the Rule of Law, they are the methods by which socialized society keeps everything under control that individuals may live securely in their homes and go openly about their legitimate business. In this way, police are the law authorization organization whose key obligation is to serve humanity… Read More »Police Investigation

The Gist of Civil Litigation

Author: Bhagyashree Dansana 5th Year BBA LL.B Alliance University Civil litigation, particularly recuperation suits commonly named to be a since quite a while ago drawn fight and viewed as something best maintained a strategic distance from, isn’t so. The overall conviction that by recording a recuperation Suit against a Debtor will continue for quite a long time everywhere, isn’t along these lines, on the off-chance that one knows the genuine… Read More »The Gist of Civil Litigation

Right to Life with Dignity also includes Right to Die with Dignity: Article 21 of Indian Constitution

Author: Vinod Kumawat LL.M 1st Year Manipal University, Jaipur ABSTRACT: Article 21 of the Constitution of India guarantees only the right to life. As per Article 21, “Every person shall be deprived of his or her personal liberty in conformity with the provisions prescribed by law.” Under Article 21, the right to live does not require the right to death. Right to Life is a tight, normal one. Bombay High… Read More »Right to Life with Dignity also includes Right to Die with Dignity: Article 21 of Indian Constitution

Comprehending the Role of Intellectual Property Rights in the Fashion Industry

Author: Nandini Mangla 2nd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune ABSTRACT: Ever envisioned a public activity without apparel, footwear and embellishments or without brands which fabricate these items. Will you have the option to recognize two products and set out a superficial point of interest? The style has consistently been essential for our life since its beginning and has shown an incredible function in portraying an emblematic societal… Read More »Comprehending the Role of Intellectual Property Rights in the Fashion Industry

Divorce under the Muslim Law: A Blessing in Disguise

Author: Sagrika Joshi 3rd Year LL.B (3 Year) BVDU, New Law College, Pune 1. INTRODUCTION In India, people believe that marriages are a match made in heaven. Marriage is considered a union of two families. They are considered a lavish affair where loads of money are being spent just for society’s validation. The father of the bride is, in most cases, burdened by the thought of spending a huge amount… Read More »Divorce under the Muslim Law: A Blessing in Disguise