By Sahil Tandon, Symbiosis Noida Editor’s Note: This article discusses the various tools and techniques for collection of forensic evidence from a crime scene. INTRODUCTION Forensic science provides evidence to resolve legal issues through the application of scientific principles. Sometimes called simply forensics, forensic science encompasses many different fields of science, […]
By Anonymous INTRODUCTION Maritime law is one of the most established and oldest types of law. It generally covers laws or rules that govern tort, contract, marine commerce, ships, shipping, and worker compensation claims that arise on the world’s navigable waters. Admiralty law, also referred to as maritime law is […]
By Anonymous Introduction In 1986 the General Assembly in its Declaration on the Right to Development (GA Res 41/128 of 4 December 1986) formulated the right to development in terms that “The right to development is an inalienable human right by virtue of which every human person and all peoples […]
By Ayush Choudhary, Amity Law School Centre-2 Noida Editor’s Note: The aftermath of the Nirbhaya Rape case in December 2012 was an overaching amendement to s. 376 of the Indian Penal Code, which failed to include marital rape even after the Justice Verma Committee recommeded that it be made a crime. The […]
By Ayush Choudhary, Amity Law School Centre-2, Noida Editor’s Note: In an era of incerasing academic engagement that includes several disciplines under one subject, it is imperative to understand the nuances of multidiciplinary research to engage with academia. This paper explores the meaning of research, the meeting of several disciplines under […]
In this project, efforts have been made to explain the concept of fascism, its origin and development in various countries of the world. A detailed study of its features and a critical analysis of the literature available on the same has been done. Fascism as a social, economic and political ideosynthesis has been also addressed. However, in conclusion the author has made by an attempt to highlight the deficits and demerits of the concept of fascism and how it eventually failed in the face of democratization.
The Right to Information Act, 2005 is considered to be one of the leading welfare oriented laws enacted after independence. The act provides for a modus operandi to acquire information from public authorities regarding the functioning of government. In this paper, the author has highlighted the various aspects of this act and its importance in the current political scenario.
On 23 January 2003, India ratified the Cartagena Protocol which protects biodiversity from potential risks of genetically modified organisms. Currently, the Genetic Engineering Approvals Committee, a body under the Ministry of Environment and Forests is responsible for approval of genetically engineered products in India. However, the enaction of a statute has been proposed for the regulation of modern biotechnology in the country and a Bill to this effect, called the Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India Bill (BRAI Bill) 2013 has been tabled in Lok Sabha by the Minister for Science and Technology, Mr Jaipal Reddy. If the bill is passed, the responsibility will be taken over by the Environment Appraisal Panel, a sub-division of the BRAI. In this paper the author has presented the various dimensions and the effects of the proposed bill.
By Vruti Patel, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat Editor’s Note: This paper deals with various regulations prohibiting insider trading in the Indian economy while laying out the legal framework regarding the same in other countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States of America. In the context […]
-by Alok Ratnoo, GNLU “Editor’s note: In this paper, the author has comprehensively dealt with the power and fiscal federalism in India by studying the tax structure. He proceeds with the hypothesis that ” India being a Union of states preserves the federalist features in Fiscal regimes” and has succeeded in establishing […]