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Khadi v Khadi – Khadi’s Plight in the EUIPO

Sneha Tripathi  4th year, B.A.LL.B (Honors) Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur  Abstract Khadi is a cultural symbol and provides identity to Indian goods in the international market. The brand’s zeal to continue being engraved as an identity has lead to a fight of infringement against a trademark application of a German Company Best Natural Products GmbH (BNP) in the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act, 1956 provided for the establishment of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission which is an autonomous body under the … Continue reading Khadi v Khadi – Khadi’s Plight in the EUIPO

IBC Amendment 2018 & 2019:A boon or a bane to homebuyers?

By- M.Gnana Deepika INTRODUCTION Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was enacted in 2016 to resuscitate both the Creditor and the Corporate Debtor. This Code consolidates and amends the provisions relating to Insolvency petitions’ filing for liquidation of companies, partnership firms, limited liability partnerships, and individuals in single legislation.  It provides for a time-bound resolution of the Creditor’s claims and aims to maximize the value of the debtor’s assets and at the same time balances the interests of Creditors and maintains the continuity of the business entity.   This being a newborn law has … Continue reading IBC Amendment 2018 & 2019:A boon or a bane to homebuyers?


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  • The state of under-trial incarceration in India
    – by Avani Sasindran ABSTRACT “In diem vivere in lege sunt detestabilis” is a legal maxim which means that delays in the law (administration of justice) are undesirable. However, the current condition of undertrial prisoners in India is in direct contravention with this maxim. In addition to being denied timely justice, these prisoners also do not have access to proper legal representation, are subjected to inhumane treatment in prisons, ultimately defeating the reformatory purpose of the prison system. This article endeavors to understand the issue of undertrial incarceration plaguing India, the … Continue reading The state of under-trial incarceration in India
  • Solitary Confinement – Critical Analysis
    Abstract: There are numerous punishments provided by the courts for prisoners in India. Nevertheless, the death penalty is the best discipline says the court. Part of the death penalty is solitary confinement. Solitary confinement is a form of detention in which an inmate is separated from any human contact, excluding individuals from prison staff, for 22–24 hours a day, from one sentence to several decades. It is past imprisonment for an inmate, usually used as a form of discipline for violating prison orders. It is, however, used as an additional measure … Continue reading Solitary Confinement – Critical Analysis
  • From Manu to Macaulay : the ‘problem of law’ is one .
    AUTHOR: ANKURITA BIT BBA-LLB(H), ICFAI UNIVERSITY DEHRADUN. ABSTRACT: Each nation is dealing with this difficult today. No female specialist is protected and the conviction that all is good is deficient in them. Lewd behavior is established in social practices and is exacerbated by power relations at the work environment. Except if there is sufficient accentuation on sharpening at the work environment, lawful changes are not really liable to be fruitful. Considering a progression of late reports of sex viciousness and harassment, a ton of discussion has been produced about the huge … Continue reading From Manu to Macaulay : the ‘problem of law’ is one .
  • Sexual harassment of males
    Abstract: In 2013, the SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN AT WORKPLACE (PREVENTION,PROHIBITION AND REDRESSAL) ACT was passed in an attempt to address the issues ofsexual harrassment in workplace. But, this major legislation regulating the corporate andnon-corporate market in the whole country, covers the singular aim of women harassment.Similarly, various provisions of IPC like Sec 354, 302, 295, etc. cover the scope of womenharassment in the workplace, making it difficult for the issue of male sexual harrassment beraised.For years now, ‘Masculinity’ has been associated with physical strength, domination, andfearlessness. This faux definition of … Continue reading Sexual harassment of males
  • The delusion of inclusivity in the National Education Policy,2020
    Authors: Md. Zeeshanuz Zaman & Shubhra Pandey, 4th year, B.A.LL.B., University of Calcutta, Department of law Abstract This article includes a critical analysis of the recent National Education Policy approved by the Union Cabinet in July 2020. It has been a topic of intense discussion since its very inception. Various academicians have deliberated on the aspect of inclusivity which is a cardinal component of the policy. Through this article, the authors have addressed the aforesaid aspect by relying on three vital issues, digitization, language, and the expanding role of private bodies … Continue reading The delusion of inclusivity in the National Education Policy,2020
  • Scrutinizing technology and data privacy from the perspective of law
    AUTHOR Name: V. Mangala Institution: Siddharth College of Law, Mumbai University Year: 3rd year of 3year LL. B course Name: Eshan Atul Borikar Institution: Siddharth College of Law, Mumbai University Year: 3rd year of 3year LL. B course ABSTRACT The article highlights the loopholes in the current legal framework for data protection and data privacy. This article, through various instances, draws attention towards frequent data breaches and impact on millions of users and further emphasizes the need to legislate a robust data protection law within the nation. The article critically tests … Continue reading Scrutinizing technology and data privacy from the perspective of law
  • Is the Treaty-making Power under our Indian Constitution in consonance with Constitutional Principles? Not Quite So
    Author– Vijpreet Pal, 3rd semester, BALLB (Hons.), National Law Institute University, Bhopal Co-Author- Sanskar Modi, 3rd semester, BALLB (Hons.), National Law Institute University, Bhopal 1.     ABSTRACT International law is considered a soft law that operates on the basis of the consent of the member states. No state can separate itself from the international arena and the laws and regulations that guide international jurisprudence. Furthermore, in the present time international law is not only limited to relations between member states, but has also begun to govern nation’s domestic concerns. The method of … Continue reading Is the Treaty-making Power under our Indian Constitution in consonance with Constitutional Principles? Not Quite So
  • TRANSGRESSION IN CYBERSPACE OF WOMEN: ISSUES AND REMEDIAL MEASURES
    Author: Kabir Jaiswal [Student, National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi, Jharkhand] Co-author: Dr. Mona Purohit [Dean of Faculty, Department of Legal Studies and Research, Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh] Abstract Crime is manifestation of myriad complex factors. The genesis of crime can be traced to interplay of various social, economic, demographic, local and institutional factors. The transcendental jurisdiction of Internet causes the major threat to the society in the form of cybercrime. The main victim of this transgression can be considered women and reasons for the growth of … Continue reading TRANSGRESSION IN CYBERSPACE OF WOMEN: ISSUES AND REMEDIAL MEASURES
  • Farm Law – Is it a boon or bane
    Author: Mohamed Sultan Maricar, Crescent School of Law ABSTRACT The 3 major agricultural reforms Laws are the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, Farmers Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act. The Bill has its own pros and cons. In one aspect, in the eyes of the government, it is beneficial for the farmers. But, in the eyes of farmers, this act looks like a devil. Farmers are much satisfied to work with the known persons i.e, the present APMC system, … Continue reading Farm Law – Is it a boon or bane
  • Khadi v Khadi – Khadi’s Plight in the EUIPO
    Sneha Tripathi  4th year, B.A.LL.B (Honors) Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur  Abstract Khadi is a cultural symbol and provides identity to Indian goods in the international market. The brand’s zeal to continue being engraved as an identity has lead to a fight of infringement against a trademark application of a German Company Best Natural Products GmbH (BNP) in the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act, 1956 provided for the establishment of the Khadi and Village Industries Commission which is an autonomous body under the … Continue reading Khadi v Khadi – Khadi’s Plight in the EUIPO
  • IBC Amendment 2018 & 2019:A boon or a bane to homebuyers?
    By- M.Gnana Deepika INTRODUCTION Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was enacted in 2016 to resuscitate both the Creditor and the Corporate Debtor. This Code consolidates and amends the provisions relating to Insolvency petitions’ filing for liquidation of companies, partnership firms, limited liability partnerships, and individuals in single legislation.  It provides for a time-bound resolution of the Creditor’s claims and aims to maximize the value of the debtor’s assets and at the same time balances the interests of Creditors and maintains the continuity of the business entity.   This being a newborn law has … Continue reading IBC Amendment 2018 & 2019:A boon or a bane to homebuyers?
  • Mandatory Airbags – A compromise to passenger safety?
    Abstract:Passenger safety has always been a matter of concern in the automotive world. With the ever increasing density of vehicles on the road, the drastically increasing speeds, more and more exposure of vehicles to the younger generation and the availability of financing options has led us to ponder over the importance of safer vehicles, both for the people out on the road, as well as the passengers. But the thought here in question is that if relevant policies and laws are being made to look after the violators, are the policies … Continue reading Mandatory Airbags – A compromise to passenger safety?


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2.2. M Gnana Deepika

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