By Shalini Prem

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The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (hereinafter ‘CPC’) confers upon the High Courts the jurisdiction to hear appeals from appellate decrees, i.e., second appeals. …

By Anusha Bhatt

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Sports activities have been an essential part of our social culture since the time immemorial. In the ancient historic cultures, sports activities were performed to determine the strongest amongst the group. It was a form of power and pride that was bestowed upon the winner. Over the years, hundreds of…

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This Act repealed the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976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

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Economic offences have been given a special seat in criminal laws in the country. The gravity of an economic offence is directly proportional to the impact and loss caused to society. Some examples of such crimes are corporate fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, currencies forgery, and cybercrime. …

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 Deeksha Anand



The race and gap between the developed and developing countries, due to patent legislations relating to biotechnology is not just present in theory but the approach of countries to tackle a pandemic/epidemic also throws a negative light on such legislations.

During the SARS outbreak in 2002, the primary concern of…

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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An International Perspective on ROFR Clauses…

By Satakshi Singh

This article focuses on how the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated racial discrimination against the Northeast Indians in India. It includes the instances of racism during the pandemic and response to the same. It discusses the legal provisions and the combined efforts by the legislature and judiciary to…

By Arya Pathak

Despite its pivotal role in learning, the production and dissemination of textbooks has become a political matter over decades. …

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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