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Sports Laws In India: A Necessity

Sports law is the dynamic interplay of more than one law which includes contract law, tort law, labour law, tax law, intellectual property law, media law etc. Sports Laws In India: A Necessity Gone are the days when people used to say “padhoge likhoge banoge nawab, kheloge kudoge hoge kharab” which means that if you study then you… Read More »

Need For Legality Of Same-Sex Marriage

This article “Need For Legality Of Same-Sex Marriage” deals with the importance of marital status, right to marriage, view under Personal Laws and Special Marriage Act and Legal Obligation. Introduction Although the same-sex community is free of criminalisation what about its marital status? Is there any law saying that same-sex couple is the same as heterosexual couple. This… Read More »

COVID-19: Impact on Aviation Leases | By Somesh Arora

This article is an attempt to ascertain for waiver of rentals on Aviation Leases or return of aircraft through the doctrine of frustration and force majeure under the common law. Present Scenario of Aviation in India The lockdown in India is extended until May 3rd, 2020. Until then all domestic operators engaged in scheduled, non-scheduled and private aircraft… Read More »

Appointment of former CJI to Rajya Sabha: A Critical Analysis

This article “Appointment of former CJI to Rajya Sabha” discusses the validity of such an appointment and whether it compromises the independence of the judiciary or not. Introduction On 16th March 2020, the President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind, nominated the former Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi to the Rajya Sabha in exercise of the… Read More »

Consumer Protection Act 2019 – Key Changes

Introduction: Consumer Protection Act 2019  The Parliament passed the Consumer Protection Act 2019 has received the assent of the President on 9th August 2019. The Act has repealed the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 a 33 years old consumer protection legislation. The Indian market has undergone drastic changes in past few decades with the advent of digital technologies, development… Read More »

Judicial pronouncements on Section 8 of the RTI Act | By Rajul Jain

The present article aims to outline the judicial pronouncements rendered on exceptions to the statutory Right to Information. While the previous article highlighted the evolution of Section 8 which led it to its present form, this article seeks to bring clarity on the court’s interpretation of various sub-clauses of Section 8. The decisions of the Supreme Court of… Read More »

Online Casino Regulators: How it Works

Online casinos who wish to offer cryptocurrency as a payment method must find a regulator that understands and supports crypto technology. Introduction | Online Casino Regulators: How it Works Being a licensed and regulated casino business is now more important than ever. Having that simple number that guarantees that you operate according to law and follow all necessary… Read More »

Marriage Registration: Whether Compulsory or Not?

This article “Marriage Registration: Whether Compulsory or Not?” provides an overview of the law pertaining to the registration of marriages in India. Introduction It has been alleged that “The great marriages are partnerships. It can’t be a great marriage without being a partnership” by Helen Mirren. In order to establish marriage as a partnership, there needs to be… Read More »

Why Extension Of Lockdown Is Necessary For India?

This article discusses the reasons as to why the extension of lockdown is desirable. If you want to deal with an epidemic, crime or death – the smartest most effective and cheapest way to deal with it is prevention first. – Kamla Harris According to many dictionaries, a lockdown can be defined as a protocol of isolating and… Read More »