By Pooja V

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The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 (hereinafter ‘FCRA’) was enacted to regulate the acceptance and utilisation of foreign contribution by certain individuals and organizations and to prohibit the same from being used for activities that are detrimental to the national interest.

This Act repealed the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976

By Aishwarya Anand and Raksha Bhandari

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The Supreme Court of India has always unfailingly come to the aid of the citizens of India whenever the legislature and the executive have failed to fulfil their obligations. Commandeering the role of a policy maker and interpreter of law, the Apex Court of the country took suo motu cognizance

By Dhriti Mitra

This article primarily explores whether Right of First Refusal (ROFR) clauses are inherently anticompetitive in nature. If it is so, then why has the Amazon — Future Retail deal excluded this Competition concern, and provided Arbitration the center stage in this dispute.

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· Introduction
An International Perspective on ROFR Clauses…

By Shalini Prem

This article uses contemporary examples to discuss the long-standing jurisprudential debate — ‘is an unjust law not a law?’. The article primarily analyses the complexities in the conceptualisation of justice and law by natural law philosophers to ultimately determine whether the validity of laws depend on their moral defensibility.

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