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MEDIA TRIAL AND RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION: AN ANALYSIS

MEDIA TRIAL AND RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION: AN ANALYSIS Shivani Kharai, Law Student at National Law School of India University Download Manuscript ABSTRACT This area of Research topic deals with the analysis of Media Trial in regard to the freedom of speech and expression under Indian Constitution. The topic shall focus on …

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CASE ANALYSIS ON M.C. VERGHESE V. T.C. POONAN AND ANR., AIR 1970 SC 1876

CASE ANALYSIS ON M.C. VERGHESE V. T.C. POONAN AND ANR., AIR 1970 SC 1876 Harshita Tholiya, Law Students at University Five Year Law College, Jaipur Rupali Chauhan, Law Students at University Five Year Law College, Jaipur Download Manuscript ABSTRACT In the instant case the respondent-husband had written three letters to his wife which were read …

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EXPANDING SCOPE OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY

EXPANDING SCOPE OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY Krati Rathi, Third-year B.A.L.L.B. Student at Aligarh Muslim University Download Manuscript ABSTRACT In the times of information asymmetry and the growing disparity between the knowledge of a said product obtained by a consumer for its maximum utilisation from the supplier or the manufacturer/producer becomes crucial. There are several laws arounds …

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DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT, 2005 & EPIDEMIC DISEASES ACT, 1897: LOOKING AT THE PANDEMIC THROUGH A DISABILITY INCLUSION LENS

DISASTER MANAGEMENT ACT, 2005 & EPIDEMIC DISEASES ACT, 1897: LOOKING AT THE PANDEMIC THROUGH A DISABILITY INCLUSION LENS Tiyasha Neogi, Law Student, 4th Year, BALLB at Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The pandemic has redefined the current world order and the functioning of society in a variety of ways. The …

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DEMYSTIFYING THE IDEA OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE THROUGH THE LENS OF HUMAN RIGHTS

DEMYSTIFYING THE IDEA OF INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE THROUGH THE LENS OF HUMAN RIGHTS Danish Chandra, Law Student, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The relationship between human rights and cultural heritage law is critical, but it has received insufficient attention in the literature, particularly among human rights experts. Cultural heritage has several elements …

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EMANCIPATING LEGAL PERSONHOOD OF ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT MACHINES

EMANCIPATING LEGAL PERSONHOOD OF ARTIFICIALLY INTELLIGENT MACHINES Kanishka Naruka, Law Student, University Five Year Law College, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur Harsh Singh, Law Student, Amity Law School, Lucknow, India Download Manuscript ABSTRACT The twenty-first century is coined to be the century of technology. Gradual as well as rapid advancement in technology has given birth to …

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