Author: Kirtika Goyal

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The Asian Imperialist: China

Author: Udipto Sarmah College: National Law University Odisha “Imperialism occurs when a strong nation takes over a weaker nation or region and dominates it’s economic, political, and cultural life. Industrialized countries of the west...

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Ritual Crimes: Disturbed India

Author: Shreya Yadav College: UPES, Dehradun Being burnt, killed and sexually abused in the name of religion is not history. It is still being practiced in India and many different parts of the world....

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UNDERTSTANDING DYSLEXIA

Author: Anchal Agarwal College: JIMS School of Law Reading may seem easy and automatic for people who master it without difficulty. However, reading is a complex and challenging task for our brains, therefore it...

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Social Media: a Vector for Cyber Crimes

Author: Tulika Bose College: Army Institue of Law Introduction: Social media is the most efficient method of sharing data but it is also a target for criminals to track and compromise information about oneself,...

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State of Tamil Nadu v. Suhas Katti

4680 of 2004 criminal complaintAuthor: Chirag Gohli College: South Calcutta Law College Bench:  Shri Arulraj (CMM), Egmore Date of Judgement: 5th November, 2004 Facts of the Case: In this case, emails were sent to...

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PATENTIBILITY OF BIOTECHNOLOGY

“The potential for synthetic biology and biotechnology is vast; we all have an opportunity to create the future together.” – Ryan Bethencourt Biotechnology is technology based on biology, harnessing cellular and biomolecular processes to...

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BITCOIN AND BLOCKCHAIN: A LEGAL SNEAK PEEK

Bitcoin is a worldwide crytocurrency[i] and digital payment system. The system is peer-to-peer, and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary, steadily making it our future wallet. Assuming that drawbacks of bitcoins are a...

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