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Critical Analysis of Andhra Pradesh Decentralization and inclusive Development of All Regions Bill, 2020

Critical Analysis of Andhra Pradesh Decentralization and inclusive Development of All Regions Bill, 2020

The contemporary political scenario has affected the law making process drastically, ever since the Acts such as that of Citizen Amendment Act, 2019 were enforced, and question of validation of such policies on constitutionally developed principles is to be scrutinized. Similarly, the recent policy of Andhra Pradesh Government to have 3 capitals, unlike that of …

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PATENT LICENSING AND COMPULSORY LICENSING IN INDIA WITH STUDY OF USPTO POLICIES

PATENT LICENSING AND COMPULSORY LICENSING IN INDIA WITH STUDY OF USPTO POLICIES

A patent, in simple words, can be defined as an Intellectual Property Right issued to an inventor, which affects the exclusivity of the invention. As per WIPO – A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is the product or a process that may provide, in general, any new way of doing …

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75 Years of India’s Freedom: The Way Forward

75 Years of India’s Freedom: The Way Forward

India is known to be the world’s largest democracy. It is the only nation in Asia to sustain its democratic rights following its freedom from the British government. The only elision occurred  during the Emergency period of 1975-76, and the democratic processes were arrested for the  time being.   Democracy in India (Source- “Changing Face of Democracy in …

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What is the need to provide legal awareness in the community

What is the need to provide legal awareness in the community?

A poor person views the law as an enemy and not as a friend. For him the law always takes something. This statement by Attorney-General Robert Kennedy describes everything in the current state of affairs. Awareness of legal reform in India, in particular, has been improved rather than protected. The funny part of the story …

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Custodial Deaths A Violation of the Rights of the Incarcerated

Custodial Deaths: A Violation of the Rights of the Incarcerated

One of the most essential functions of incarcerating criminals is reformation.[i] This can be achieved only in a peaceful and safe prison environment, where the prisoners have the time to reflect upon their wrongful deeds. Sadly, the rise in the number of custodial death cases[ii] is an indicator of how the detention system has backfired. …

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“INDIA’S ARCHIPELAGO’S AFLAME”: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ARBITRARILY DRACONIAN SLEW OF REGULATIONS IN LAKSHADWEEP

“INDIA’S ARCHIPELAGO’S AFLAME”: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ARBITRARILY DRACONIAN SLEW OF REGULATIONS IN LAKSHADWEEP

Lakshadweep is India’s smallest Union Territory and, 10 of the 36 islands are populated with close to 66,000 people, with at least 95% of them being literate. Any incidents happening in Lakshadweep barely ever make it to national news, so when something does make it to national news it’s a no brainer that something serious …

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The Sharp Rise in COVID-19 Biomedical Waste Generation in India

Healthcare waste is the second kind of most hazardous waste all across the world. It consists of things like human body parts, tissues, blood, sharps, chemical waste, medical device like syringes, and pharmaceutical wastes. This kind of waste is produced mostly by hospitals, health care facilities, morgues, laboratories, nursing homes, and blood banks. The generation …

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Is the restorative justice system tilted towards the victim

Is the restorative justice system tilted towards the victim?

Restorative Justice, as per Merriam– Webster dictionary means “to restore”. It began in Canada in the mid-1970s as an idea for victim-offender reconciliation. The wider purpose of this model is to restore the victim to its original position while preserving the web of relationships among the victim, offender and the community. Here, the needs of the …

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