Impact of COVID-19 on Business Globally
Author's Name:-Ayushi Mahajan

None of us has ever assumed that a disease outbreak will initiate a pause in our day to day activities. Even in 21 st century with a vast range of advanced medical facilities, it is all transparent that how did a health crisis translate to an economic crisis. Why and how did the spread of coronavirus bring the global business and economy to its knees? The answer to this question lays in two methods through which coronavirus stifled business activities. First, the spread of the virus encouraged social distancing which led to the shutting down of the financial markets, events, corporate offices and ultimately the businesses. The second reason could be the exponential rate at which the virus was spreading and the heightened uncertainty about how bad the situation could get, which led to more safety measures in consumers and investors and international trade partners. The initial outbreak of the coronavirus in China disrupted global supply chains. A record of 3.28 million Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending March 21 as coronavirus induced layoffs surge in and around US. Even when the short – term affects end, the long term business and economic impacts will ripple for years. Companies and businesses that are taking major hits at the beginning of 2020 due to the rapid spread of coronavirus and the result6s of various surveys shows that 86% are expecting revenue to take the significant falls due to direct impact of the pandemic outbreak. And from that 86%, 33% are predicting a revenue fall of more than 15%, 21% believe that their business revenue will fall within 10-15%, while another 33% expects that their revenue will fall 10%or less. The significant drop in revenue will have a trickle-down effect on the economy as the companies are struggling to adjust their business strategies in preparation for an economic downturn.

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Evolution of sports broadcasting law in India
Author's Name:-Sidrah Jami

India is one of the few countries in the world where a particular sport encompasses everyone, even those divid-ed by culture. In the modern era, it has transformed into a media spectacle, targeting million-sized viewers and trillion-dollar marketing contracts. But, throughout the cycle, sports have become commercialised and commod-ified. The potency of the mix of media and sports has led to controversy, precipitating judicial interference. The audiovisual sports equally troubled the minds of the legislators and academics. This article traces the evolution of sports broadcasting law through the help of major cases. It also reviews the areas of sports news and data and whether it comes under the purview of Sports Broadcasting while ending with a brief look at the road ahead.

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Author's Name:-prerna priya

Today, the issue of Muslim women rights under their personal law is highly controversial. The issue of women’s rights in Islam has been a contentious area of discussions and intense debates. A Muslim woman is today visualized by the non-Muslims as miserable creature secluded from the rest of the world and devoid of all natural and human rights. Muslim women rights relating to marriage, divorce, maintenance and inheritance has got much attention nowadays. The constitution of India guarantees equality and freedom from discrimination based on religion but still there exists discrimination in the society. As we know that large part of Muslim personal law is uncodified and most of the legal decisions pronounced by the courts are based on the norms mentioned in Quran and hadith. There are various rights which Muslim personal law has given to Muslim women but there are also certain practices which are against the spirit of Indian constitution. In this article various rights available to Muslim women has been discussed. The rights relating to marriage, divorce, maintenance and property rights have been taken into consideration. This article also discusses various landmark judgement passed by the courts that have positively influenced the women rights movement in India and upheld the constitutional rights affecting different spheres of a woman’s life.

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Author's Name:-GAURI DUA

International law thrived in the outcome of the Cold War, widening in scope, extending in substance and grasping an attention on people. While this period encouraged numerous administration ventures conceived in the post-1945 settlement, moving force and rising patriotism currently propose the appearance of an increasingly troublesome stage for worldwide law. In the coming year (and past), zones of the law saw by some as excessively liberal will be powerless against assault, and strains will continue between key states on how the law applies to developing worldwide difficulties. Through this paper we have tried to analyze various trends and changes in the field of law and how India as a country is trying to cope with it.

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Author's Name:-Prathamesh Hemant Gargate

“The Goods and Services Tax subsumed various indirect taxes levied at multiple levels by both the Centre and the State Government. It is one of the major reforms in the taxation system of India. The object of the act is to have one tax for the entire nation while targeting to increase ease of doing business in India. This paper presents a comment on a judgment which highlights shortcomings in the application and functioning of the GST and complications encountered by the taxpayers. This paper also tries to analyze the reasoning given by the Honorable Court in its judgment which has an enormous impact on the new indirect tax regime."

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Author's Name:-Surya Prakash

Physical violence against detainees in police custody by the agents of law is prevalent in some form or other across the world. This paper presents a critical review of brutality committed by police personnel against detainees in police custody that is in police lock-ups at police stations in India. Police severity is an extraordinary type of police viciousness including physical damage or passing to an individual or creature. Widespread police exist in several countries and territories, even people who prosecute it. Although an llegal act can be performed under the system of law. Such brutality in India takes the forms of torture, third degree, rape, as well as custodial death resulting from physical violence.

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Author's Name:-Ali Raza Ansari and Alexandra Jane Davis

This paper will be focusing on the impact of the shareholders voting trust system on the world and its probable benefit for China and its economy. As an important device in corporate world, a voting trust system provides a solid platform for the protection of shareholders. It is well-known that a necessary requirement for the well-being of every corporate system is the protection and faith of shareholders and their participation in the market. It is, therefore, obligatory that some attention be paid towards the absence of this system in China’s corporate sector – of which placement will lead China towards becoming the best corporate system of the modern world.

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A Critical Study on Persons Accused of Political Crimes are not Extradited
Author's Name:-Dr. Ramesh

Each State has complete and its own territorial jurisdiction over its people, property, etc. each state is sovereign within its territories and no one sovereign state shall not intervene in the internal/external affairs of another sovereign state, because under international law all states are equal. Each state enjoys full freedom in its territories. It is due to the reason that each state must survive. State can make civil or criminal for its people. Extradition is a weapon to punish the criminal and bring back the fugitive offender before judiciary. Extradition means surrender of criminal for prosecution. Extradition applies only when a person committed a crime in one State and ran away to another State, then how former State can punish the criminal. Related to this extradition plays an important role. Purpose of this article is to, first, what is political crime; second, whether the principle of extradition applicable to political crime, third, whether exceptions for extradition helps to fugitive offender to flee from the punishment; lastly, to draw some conclusions on the future of the political crime in potential new universal extradition law.

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Author's Name:-Isha Mawar

The trust of people over judiciary is the major reason why Indian judiciary leaves no stone unturned to deliver utmost justice to the people. The project contain another side of the justice i.e., not only justice to the aggrieved party or the victim but also to the accused or the criminal. The reference of the hanging of Nirbhaya’s culprits has been taken in this project. The ultimate object of this paper is to highlight the importance of the pleading and appealing rights of an accused with high reference to the heinous rape case of Delhi, of a medical student in a moving bus. The importance of every individual’s legal right and how the Indian Judiciary protects the right and dignity of both the parties to a suit is discuss further. This project may make one believe that Indian judiciary does not work on emotions and cannot put justice at stake for public sentiment.

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Author's Name:-Aashna Gupta

The basic notion behind adverse possession is the control of property by someone else, which is opposing to the actual owner who has a right of possession. Through adverse possession, the title to someone else’s land is acquired without an agreement and consent from their part. The research problem of the paper would revolve around delving into the result of such policies on NRIs. After analysing the judgement as mentioned above, the paper would look at the varying judicial opinions which have supported or opposed the issue in thepast. The issue becomes important because the recent judgement could negatively affect the NRIs and the goal of the paper is to look at the arguments for and against adverse possession.

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Virtual Surveillance and Seclusion of the Data
Author's Name:-Garima Jargar

The signatory member of UDHR [Universal Declaration of Human Rights] and ICCPR [United Nations International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights], Indian law have recognized privacy and protection as the most vulnerable fundamental right which is been held as the essential part of the Constitution. Cybersecurity has been considered as the practices and technologies which are designed to conflate inappropriate and give anticipated initiative towards the general public, many circumstances which are divided among the decryption related solely towards the information.

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Author's Name:-Lavanya Rai and Aditi Mishra

Religion is the very reason of human life which isn't just after a conviction yet it is also the strategy for living in light of the fact that the lovers of a particular religion follow an away from of business and with this moral commitment of watching certain standards the religion enters the constraint of law whereby an individual is obliged to follow or not to oppose the rules picked by a state (for instance any country). Consequently, it is obvious that the law and religion are subject to one another in light of the fact that before the idea of state or majority rules system, individuals will undoubtedly follow the strict obligations and can guarantee strict rights. Along these lines thus religion was assuming an essential job of keeping up peace in antiquated social orders at various pieces of the world.

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