World Without International Organisations

Abstract:

As the arena finds itself in transition from a unipolar, US-ruled system to a multipolar structure with several poles, there is a good sized assumption that international companies, or “global governance”, is essential for this transition and its aftermath to take region in a peaceful manner. Countless IR analysts therefore spend their days analysing methods to make global governance extra powerful. Many proposals emerge each year to reform the UN Security Council, to enlarge NATO, and to “democratize” the World Bank and the IMF, always assuming that powerful international governance will make the sector extra strong.

Authored by Nandini Tripathy, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad.

Tax Rebate Policies To New Companies in Union Budget

Abstract:

The critical authorities announced tax alleviation for startups as part of its efforts to boost the ecosystem within the united states. Accordingly, the turnover restriction and eligibility period for startups to say tax comfort were accelerated. Startups with turnover of up to Rs one hundred crore can now claim 100 percentage deduction on their earnings for computing tax legal responsibility for three consecutive years out of 10 years due to the fact that its incorporation, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated in her Union Budget speech in Parliament. That’s subject to the condition that the startup’s turnover doesn’t exceed Rs 100 crore.

Authored by Nandini Tripathy, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

The Role Of IP In Sports In India

Abstract:

Commercialization of Sports is one of the most promising areas which have added to individual gains and contributed to the economic growth of the country. Today Intellectual Property Rights are used as marketing tools toward the branding of games and connected events, sports clubs, teams, celebrity status which all in turn require protection to prevent any complications that may arise in future. In the sports industry, a sequence of title has relevance in sports agreements which incorporate the legal release of the talent of the sportsman, in order that their work, images, personality rights, etc., can be used by another for profit. This article examines the role of IP in sports.

Authored by Nandini Tripathy, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad

Tiananmen Square Protest – A Democracy Movement

Abstract:

There are many countries in the world which follows the Unitary One socialist republic.The Communist party is ruling as the Unitary party in countries such as China, Cuba, Vietnam etc. In many of these countries, fundamental rights of citizens were denied though the constitution guarantees the same. In China, as an effort to get the fundamental rights and democracy, a movement initiated by the young students in Beijing and gained momentum within no time. The culmination of this movement held at the TIANANMEN SQUARE. This article talks about the overview of the protest, the way the protest was carried on, how the government handled the situation, international nations reactions to the protest and finally concluded the democracy movement.

Authored by S.Shaalini, VITSOL, Chennai.

The Implementation Of pre-packaged Insolvency in India

Abstract:

Pre-packs are mechanisms encouraging concerned stakeholders in the restructuring process to mutually negotiate the terms of restructuring, generally prior to the commencement of insolvency proceedings. While the parties can agree for a mutually cognizant resolution plan, it is expected that the formal recognition to the said plan would be given by the court. This might be a novel mechanism for restructuring in India, but it is already prevalent across many jurisdictions like US, UK, France and Germany. This paper examines the entire end in view for implementing pre-packs in India.

Authored by Anuj Goel, MAIMS, Delhi.

Mergers and Acquisitions in India

Abstract:
In merger the acquiring company takes over the assets and liabilities of a merged company. All the combining companies dissolves and only one large company is set for operations. Acquisition is a more general term, enveloping in itself in a range of acquisition transactions. It could be acquisition of control, leading to takeover of a company. It could be acquisition of tangible assets, intangible assets, rights and other kinds of obligations. This article gives a brief introduction about the mergers and acquisitions in India.

Authored by Anuj Goel, MAIMS, Delhi.

The Sino-Indian Border Dispute

Abstract:

India is a diverse country with various culture and traditions. Its boundaries cover almost 15106.7 Square Km. and it is the seventh largest country in the world by area. Similarly, China covering approximately 9.6 million Square Km, is the world’s fourth largest country by area. These two countries are economically important countries in the world, and unfortunately they are frequently engaging in border dispute and an attempt has been made through this article to analyses the history of the border dispute, nature of the current dispute, violations of agreements if any, how the present trade-off is important for both the countries and suggestions available for resolving the same has been made.

Authored by S.Shaalini, VITSOL, Chennai.

First Major Arbitration In Modern Diplomatic History – The Jay’s Treaty

Abstract:

The treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between his Britannic Majesty and The United States of America is commonly known as the Jay’s treaty. It was signed in the year 1795 to avert wars and to maintain peaceful trade relations between United States of America and The Great Britain. Another objective was to resolve all the unsolved issues between these two countries in accordance to the Treaty of Paris which was passed in the year 1783. However this treaty was signed with the expense of angering France.

Authored by Mohan Parthasarathy, School of law, SASTRA Deemed University