The Next World War: Cyber War

The future of this world is cyber! Centuries of territorial wars culminated in the “War to end all wars”; and then that was not enough, there was another war after that. However, the world has

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Enhanced Security for Personal Data: Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019

The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 seeks to safeguard the personal data of individuals while also establishing a Data Protection Authority. The Data Protection Authority shall ensure compliance with the provisions of the Bill and

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Top 10 Most Popular Lawyer Shows Till 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us into an unprecedented phase of self-isolation. Owing to the raging pandemic, the locked-down life has become dull for many. Irrespective of the times, however, ‘binging’ has been a common

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Legal Process Behind Banning Chinese Apps in India: A Major Indian Technological Retaliation

The India-China relationship soured during the China-India skirmishes of 2020. These asinine border disputes have resulted in the loss of a lot of human lives. As multiple rounds of deliberations failed to create an opportunity

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The rise of telehealth: A lesson to Indian judiciary

Indian judiciary is a justice administering machinery. No citizen should fall prey in the hands of injustice due to the ineffective functioning of the courts. The very essence of our constitution stands to preserve justice

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Media trials: Hindrance in the administration of Justice

Media is the fourth pillar of our democracy. Media through its immense work and the groundbreaking role has acquired that status. When the judiciary, legislature, and executive fail to look out for their citizens, free

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Video Conferencing in Court Proceedings: SC Guidelines

Technology has facilitated advances in speed, accessibility and connectivity which enable the dispensation of justice to take place in diverse settings and situations without compromising the core legal principles of adjudication. IN RE: GUIDELINES FOR

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Challenges and Scope of Mediation in India

Commercial mediation in India emerged in 1996 when the Indian parliament amended the Civil Procedure Code (CPC) and introduced section 89. And, this empowered courts to direct settlement of disputes by mediation amongst other ways.

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