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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

Month: October 2021

Defamation in Cyberspace

INTRODUCTION The common man’s access to the internet has revolutionised everyone’s lives. The internet’s platform has made human interaction easier than it has ever been. However, as communication has become more convenient, the inconvenience caused by the abuse of communication channels has increased accordingly. People who post superfluous and inaccurate words about a person or …

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Globalisation and the Legal Profession

   INTRODUCTION Globalization, whether technical, political, or economic, has ushered in a new era in international commerce, with countries participating more actively and having better access to domestic economies. The previous ten years have seen a mini revolution in the legal services industry, with the most significant legal influence on the corporate legal arena. Before …

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RELIGIOUS MINORITIES IN INDIA- REALITY OR FANTASY

Overview Minority are literally the group of peoples whose practises, religion, ethnicity or other attributes are smaller in number as compared to the main groups of those classification. According to the definition given by the United Nations, these are the groups which are socially, politically and economically non- dominant and inferior in population are minorities. …

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AN ANALYSIS OF ANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS IN INDIA

  Competition is a complex terminology which does not lend itself to easy summary or concise clarification. The World Bank and OCED in its report ‘A framework for the design and implementation of competition law and policy’ defines competition as “a situation in a market in which firms or sellers independently strive for the buyers’ …

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Strengthening Criminal Justice System: Need for Witness Protection in India

Introduction This point is somewhere attentive because the term ‘witness’ is neither defined in IPC[1] nor in CrPC[2], but it plays a pivotal role in granting justice in both these systems by the court, so witness protection should also be considered as an important topic for our legislation. Witness evidence in court can change the …

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RIGHT TO PROPERTY: AN ASPECT OF RIGHT TO LIFE AND PERSONAL LIBERTY UNDER ARTICLE 21 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION

INTRODUCTION The word property is derived from the Latin word ‘properietat’ (its French equivalent is ‘proprious’) which means a thing owned with exclusive right of possession, enjoyment and disposition.[i] In legal terms, the word property refers to individual possession of things and these things can be tangible such as land or goods or they can …

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Drone Rules 2021: Catalyst to Future Economic Growth

Drones assist practically every area of the economy and because of their reach, convenience, and adaptability, they can prove to be significant milestones in creating employment and generating economic growth, particularly in India’s remote and inaccessible areas. Given, the importance of Drones, it is imperative to regulate their usage. The Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation …

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