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The impact of India’s Accession to the Madrid Protocol on Trademark Registration and Protection in India

By Suryansh Vardhan Indian trademark registration and protection have changed significantly as a result of India's 2013 membership to the Madrid Protocol. An international agreement known as the M...

Jurisprudential analysis of confessions and admissions in Indian and international common law jurisdiction

By Divishada Desai and Trisha Rai Admissions and Confessions are two exception to the hearsay rule that states, “any evidence that is in essence hearsay is no evidence”. The Indian Evidence Act 18...

Lack of substantial equality: Critical analysis of Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005

By Siddhant Tokas The right to inherit under Hindu law has been structured to a somewhat concrete form by various legislations passed since the independence. The earliest attempts can be traced b...

Last Will, Lasting Impact: A Comprehensive Study of the Law of Wills and its Development

By Vishakha Sharma This research paper delves into the complex subject of the Law of Wills in India, examining its historical origins, fundamental principles, and significant case laws. By explori...

Intersection of Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence

In this paper, the main objective is to explore the intricate interplay between Intellectual Property and AI and how the prevailing laws need to be remodelled to reflect the increasing prominence of AI in our daily lives.

Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Space Law

By Dev Dutta The use of technological breakthroughs in outer space to explore, research, and use in an extra-terrestrial environment is not new. Because these innovations have become more of a pri...

Marriage: A sacrament or legal contract?

By Saqlain Shamim Abstract This article speaks about the idea of marriage as a ceremony or a legitimate agreement under the family law. The idea of wedding under the Hindu Marriage Act is to se...

Evolution of Registration Act

By Chaya Singhal Abstract This research paper talks about registration and the law of registration in India. The law of Registration Act has been now amended quite a many times. At the end of t...

Extra judicial killing: Fair or violation of sense of justice?

By Shaurya Singh Sanawar Introduction It wasn’t very long after he surrendered in Ujjain’s Mahakal Temple describing himself as Main Vikas Dubey hun Kanpur Wala that notorious gangster Vikas Du...

Sedition: It’s time for Supreme Court to scrap IPC Section 124A

The sedition law, Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code, has outlived its use in modern India. One hopes the Supreme Court, as the first guardian of citizens when their rights are infringed, puts it in the garbage bin of history.

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