Publications

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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MASS MEDIA AND CRIMES : ANALYSIZING JURISPRUDENCE OF MEDIA CRIMINOLOGY
Author's Name:-Swati Rani

The term media is a plural form of the word medium, which has been defined as "one of the means or channels of general communication, information, or entertainment in society, as newspapers, radio, or television." The media can be considered "the means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, and magazines that reach or influence people widely." The media are often referred to as the "mass media" as well as the "mainstream media." These are media that are "easily, inexpensively, and simultaneously accessible to large segments of a population."1

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MINORS PARTICIPATION IN PROTESTS: BALANCING RIGHTS AND RESTRICTIONS
Author's Name:-Tushar Krishna

In the past few decades, the engagements of minors in protests and demonstrations have increased substantially at a global level. Through these involvements, children perceived the discontent opinions against governmental acts or omissions which have impacted the general public. However, such participation has also raised numerous concerns related to their physical and mental safety. So, at this stage, it has become vital to look upon the relevance of the childrens right, in the context of their involvement in protests. Here, it is also essential to internalise and evaluate the international laws and the municipal laws in countries like India, which has the largest democracy, regarding their approach to deal with the childrens participation in protests. By taking this into account, this paper has used the doctrinal approach to lay down a spectrum of arguments based on the abovementioned concerns. Finally, this paper also mentions a set of positive obligations towards the society for upholding the minors right without raising threats on their health and mental stability.

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PRISONS IN INDIA, AN ABODE OF INHUMAN LIVING CONDITIONS
Author's Name:-Sangeeta Lakshmi

In India, The Prison System is seen as the place for deterrence, reformation and rehabilitation. At the same time all the above-mentioned theories are put in for a toss when it comes to maintenance of the prisons for human co-habitation. The improper maintenance have led to problems like over-crowding of prisoners, unhygienic living conditions, inadequacy of prison guards and lack of speedy trials. At a crucial time, such as the current spread of pandemic in India, the prisoners and the guards are left with very little safeguarding infrastructures and requisite space.

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Repercussiona of Covid- 19 on IBC
Author's Name:-Sanya Upreti and Kanchan Awana

In this article, we have discussed about the consequences of COVID-19 under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. The objective of this study is to determine the steps taken by the government under IBC during such hard times for the ease of doing business by stressed companies. What significant changes has taken place and how will it impact the society and specially the company sector, the effects on Corporate Debtor and Resolution Applicants. To discuss about the various announcements made by the Government of India under the IBC Ordinance 2020 to liberalize the complexities of the framework and to recalibrate the process, for the initiation of proceedings during the pandemic COVID-19, to safeguard the interest of different industries and the recourse available to them and the steps that can be considered to follow in the prevalent time of COVID-19 which have resulted in significant slow down of economic activities.

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DIVERSIFYING PRIVATE COMPANY BOARD ROOMS: WOMEN DIRECTORS NEED TO BREAK THROUGH THE GLASS CEILING
Author's Name:-Priyanshi Sarin

Michelle Obama, a lawyer and the erstwhile First Lady of the United States of America has aptly said that a country can never truly thrive if it constricts the potential of its women and deprives itself of the offerings of half of its citizens. In this paper, the researcher delves into the relatively novel amendment to the Companies Act 2013, i.e. the mandatory appointment of a woman director in a specific class of companies. This paper will initially look at the very basic reasons at why gender discrimination persists at corporate top-levels and will then talk about how in consonance with the legal provisions, the benefits of appointment of women directors has been experienced by many companies. Some real life examples and studies in this paper have been used to analyse the situation.

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The CAA Drama: Why are the North Eastern locals in anguish?
Author's Name:-Pia Shukla

As in the recent times India has seen a sudden violent stir. This violent stir has been due to the recent amendments in the Citizenship Act. This act has been termed as a blow to the constitution. It aims to provide shelter to Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists who have entered India before December 2014 and bars the Muslims from getting any privileges of this act. The Citizenship Amendment Act; according to the Government is only for the persecuted people of the above stated religions but the act itself is silent on persecution. They will be granted Indian Citizenship and will automatically be exempted from any penal consequences. Though the whole country was taken by a wave of outrage, the seven sisters i.e. Tripura, Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram, in particular are angry about CAA. Locals there have protested against CAA. This is because they fear that the immigrant population will outgrow the local people.

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MADE IN CHINA TO MADE IN INDIA
Author's Name:-Prakamya Maheshwari and Nikhil Sood

In this article, we have enlightened the current scenario which we are facing in our country. This article contains the cardinal of our country i.e., the trade in our country. We have discussed the import and export of India and China and also we have thrown light on some specific points of the trade from India to China or China to India. We had talked about the changes required for our country now and this the vital element which we need to do for our country the change. We can not go to borders and fight but we can do this at least for the country. This article is for a change, a change that can help us for the betterment of our country.

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WOMENS HUMAN RIGHTS AND ITS VIOLATIONS IN INDIA
Author's Name:-Navpreet Kaur

Human rights are basic and inherent rights that are to be necessarily reached by each person as the person in question is an individual from a human family. It has a wide contrast between hypothesis and practice. India has a male-dominated society. The women in India need to confront segregation unfairness and dishonor. The equality that encroaches on womens lives discovers appearance in essential issue regions, for example, access to gainful assets, right of authority over their bodies and viciousness that women experience for all intents and purposes from origination till death. Viciousness in truth stays vital to the multiplication of man-centric society and, in India; a male-dominated society is profoundly formed by caste.

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INTERPLAY BETWEEN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND COMPETITION LAW
Author's Name:-Mohd. Ata Hasan

The nexus and the lucrative literature between the IP laws and the Competition laws is the emerging jurisprudence in the field of law. The understanding of both the laws has been a common talk from past few years. From either point of view both laws are part of same economic policy and both act in derogation of each other. The Intellectual laws are enacted to provide a provide a mechanism of giving protection to the creator of the intangible creation or any innovation by the rightful owner in order of its infringement whereby the competition laws have been enacted in order to prohibit the monopolist power enjoyed by handful market player in order to achieve fair market competition. Yes of course there is an interplay between both the laws as one provides monopolism over the innovation and other tries to prohibit the monopolism which attracts market distortion. Being having different historical developments both the laws have same objective and are considered to be either sides of the same coin. They are absolutely complimentary and act in derogation of each other.

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