49 years ago, on 20th July, Neil Armstrong became the 1st man to walk on the Moon. This article explores 5 new-age possibilities on the Moon, enabled by scientific advancement, and the need to be regulate them.
Our country’s financial year ended yesterday, and a new year began today. Everyone is ready to calculate taxes, balance their cash register and crunch those accounting numbers. But have you wondered why the end of March? Is it because of the British-imposed practice or does the Income Tax Act or the festival season play a role? This article aims to understand the psyche of each school of thought with historical and legal perspectives
Synopsis: In this interview, Siddhant talks about how he decided to go for the services, how his legal education gave him an extra edge in the exam, what advice he would give to law students/graduates who are unsure about these exams, his aspirations and much more. Also, he reveals his top five tips to ace the exam being a law student/graduate.
Synopsis: The real estate sector in India is arguably one of the biggest contributors of Greenhouse Gases emissions. Instead of being monitored closely, does the law make way for violations? The article probes into the various legislative changes that were taken by Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change to answer this.
On October 31, 2018, Madras High Court banned the online sale of drugs till November 9, 2018 which caused panic among the online pharmacies. The Court later clarified that the ban was applicable only on unauthorised online drug sellers.
Synopsis: Tax disputes face a huge backlog and growing number of cases. Alternate Dispute Resolution will definitely ease the burden on the courts. This article discusses the various ADR mechanisms available for tax disputes.
Supreme Court, on considering a petition filed by 3 infants about the pollution caused by firecrackers leading to health issues, has decided to take strict measures to get the situation under control.
Post the horrors of the Second World War, the Nazi officers responsible for the death of millions were tried in the first of its kind international trials held in Nuremberg. This article delves into the genesis, principles, and aftermath of the Nuremberg trials.
Electricity Laws are put in place to regulate the science behind the generation, transmission and distribution of energy. This article introduces the reader to the science and law behind electricity generation, transmission and distribution.
Medical negligence as a concept has had an interesting development; from concept to the determinants, it has come a long way. This article aims to identify the constituents of medical negligence.