Constitutional Law: AK Roy Case

Author: Ananya Bajpai from West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata.

Judiciary has always been a tool to strike a balance between the power exercised by the authority and individual liberty. It highlights the boundaries for the desired efficacy and smooth functioning. However, when I talk about boundaries I am not…

Powers and functions of NGT

Author: Pratiksha Varshney from K. R. Mangalam University, Gurugram.

India being a developing country trying to achieve number of objectives for the benefit of general public and for nation as a whole. India has number of natural resources available and it uses such resources in order of development, but control over such use…

Law regarding testimony in India

Author: Sameeksha Shukla from School of Law, UPES, Dehradun.

A witness is the person who has knowledge about the crime or accident and that person either voluntarily or in obligation provides testimonial evidence, either oral or written of what he or she knows. The Court can convict the person on the testimony of the…

Analysis: EMC 2.0 Scheme of MIETY

Author: Pascal Sasil R. from CHRIST (Deemed To Be University), Bangalore.

Since the advent of the 21st century, India has grown from heights to heights to reach the stature of a rapidly growing digital and electronic hub. Having said this, indigenous production of electronics or any other product for that matter of fact has always…