This article has been authored by Ayush Akar and Gaurav Gupta, third year students at NLU, Odhisa and Amity Law School, Noida respectively. Introduction Antitrust Investigation is the concept which is followed in Indian legal system working under the rules and regulations of the Competition Act, 2002 and is governed by the Competition Commission of India (‘CCI’), a statutory body formed to keep a check on practices which have negative effect on competition in Indian markets.
This blog is authored by Samayra Adalkha, a first year law student at NALSAR University The Central government, in an affidavit responding to a petition in the Delhi High Court, stated that there is no fundamental right to same sex marriages recognised by the laws of the country. One wonders what, then, is the “equal protection of the laws” the state claims to offer? This calls for the need to revisit some other provisions which, in the name of protecting the transgender comm
This article has been authored by Thrisha Rai, a second year student at Jindal Global Law School, Jindal Global University. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) notified the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 that supersede the Information Technolgy (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules, 2011. The main objective of these rules is the regulation
This article has been authored by Winnie Mathew, a third-year student at Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. The Concept of Moral Rights The creation and work of every artist, be it a photograph, a book, a video, song, or any substantial form of creation which reflects the personality and work of its creator, is subject to protection. Moral rights are derived from the fact that a work of art reflects the personality of the author or creator. All creators are entitled to this rig
This article has been authored by Savita Gangwar, a third-year student at Army Institute of Law, Mohali. “The purification required is not of untouchables but of the so- called superior castes” -Mahatma Gandhi Introduction India got independence 74 years ago, Indians celebrate the adoption of the Constitution every year on 26th January where they take the pledge to treat all Indians as their brothers and sisters. We still have the provision of Article 17 of the Constitution p