BONDED LABOUR SYSTEM IN INDIA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

ABSTRACT:

The origin of bonded labour can be traced back to earlier period when the Hindu society was divided into caste structures. The lower caste suffered the most whereas the trusted higher castes were benefitted in every manner. In keeping view with the global Slavery Index, India has been a poor performer as way as less in social control of anti-slavery laws. The explanation for identical are attributed to the underneath resourced judiciary and personnel. However, with the passing times, bonded labour has inflated its’ scope and also the manner it affect the lives of the folks. Typically, the folks from the rural areas particularly the Dalits are lured by the traffickers solely to search out themselves indulged as labourers in factories or operating in brothels against their consent.

Authored by Mithannsh Jain, Christ University.

ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

ABSTRACT:

As far as specialization is concerned, international law has come a long way from its origins in the application of broad principles.Not only has the number of specializedbodies, instruments and institutions grown under it, but sub-specialties have also developed within. The most important being, environment. This article takes stock of international law with respect to environment and examines its overarching features.It also puts emphasis on how our international law looks at environment as it is a sensitive topic and prioritizes the same.In particular, it discusses some distinctive features of international environmental problems, the state-centric approach to international environmental law, environmental protection, and compliance.

Authored by Rama Gandhi, NMIMS School Of Law.

EMERGING TRENDS IN DIGITAL COPYRIGHT LAW

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The ubiquity of the Internet as an excellent and entirely modern intermediary in an all-inclusive human contact worldwide has been a huge problem for the copyright works of lawyers and others. The Internet and computer networks allow more and more individuals to engage in the building of common knowledge, thereby weakening attempts to promote the creators of intellectual property. The Internet allows the almost simultaneous replication of original quality and the global diffusion of copyrighted works at light speed. The above-mentioned intriguing aspect of Internet appears as the most important copying machine in the world. The puzzling and contradictory essence of the digital dilemma is related to the dichotomy between the notion of “information wants to be free” and the apprehension of more recorded information access in the digital setting. This article shall investigate and discuss objectively unindustrialized copyright-protecting problems in the digital world, the emerging trends in this digital copyright law against the aforementioned backdrop.

Authored by Rama Gandhi, NMIMS School Of Law.

Dendias invokes international law in Twitter exchange with Turkish counterpart

Abstract-

Greek Secretary of State Nikos Dendias has reacted to a tweet by his Turkish counterpart on recently urged that him to among them “stop inquiring for facilitate from others” and to “settle our variations equitably.”. “By the means that. There is one issue Mevlut you forgot to mention but again: it’s law. The only real basis for a constructive dialogue regarding our distinction, my dear friend. Happy 2021!” Dendias tweeted. On the preceding day, Cavusoglu reacted to comments by Dendias over the weekend among that he said that the European Council need to have gone any in penalizing Turkey over its prohibited activities among the Japanese Mediterranean. “Dear Niko, here’s some friendly recommendation for the year — stop inquiring for facilitate from others and injuring the Greek people’s dignity. May 2021 be the year once we have a tendency to settle our variations equitably by talking directly, sincerely, and seriously,” Cavusoglu said.

Authored by Urfi Ansari, Rizvi law College.

Social media giants face big fines and blocked sites under New rules on harmful content

Abstract-

The topic of my article evolve around the new laws made in the united Kingdom regarding the penalising the big tech companies for not deleting the harmful or abusive content from there portal. So these big firm should be ready for the big fines from the regulator and the other organisations. This rules may be proven the great steps if they are taken seriously by the government.

Authored by Rohit Khosla, Jindal Global Law School.

Initial Coin And Token Offerings May Engage Securities Laws

Abstract-

The topic talks about the digital market covering through and launching the Initial coin and taken by electronic means, but the reason of it is that lots of offering now are online based model which is raising the issue regarding the securities laws so my article will provide the detail input regarding this.

Authored by Rohit Khosla, Jindal Global Law School.

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPETITION LAWS AMONG EU, JAPAN AND CHINA

ABSTRACT:

In recent years, many of the countries follow suit to implement competition law. Are there any differences with regards to the intention to implement competition law? Are they driven by similar lines of reasoning? Many of the previous research shed light on one or two countries reasons for implementing competition law. This article compares and contrasts the similarities and differences with regards to the major motives in implementing competition laws/antitrust laws. We first used content analysis to categorize the reasons for implementation of competition law. After that, the reasons mentioned by official websites and academic journals which lead to the implementation of competition laws in different countries like EU, Japan and China is done.

Authored by Rama Gandhi, NMIMS School Of Law.

How Law Regulates Sports- A Brief Analysis On International Sports Arbitration

ABSTRACT:

The sports industry is about more than just entertainment. Instead, it is an industry-created by intertwined partnerships with several separate groups, including players, sports organizations, federations, sports clubs, and so forth. Over the years, the sports market has expanded, and the modern world sports industry is predicted to expand in the next few years to over USD 100 billion. The Court of Arbitration for Sport in Switzerland has been forming the limits of international sports conflict resolution since its foundation. The number of cases taken to the CAS indicates that it works like a global leader in the arbitration of international sports. In addition, the fact that the acceptance of the CAS by the laws of major sports institutions has a considerable effect on the reputation of the CAS in international sports arbitration is unquestionable

Authored by Roudro Mukhopadhyay, OP Jindal University.

A REPORT ON PROTECTION OF RIGHTS OF UNORGANISED LABOURERS IN INDIA

ABSTRACT:

As an unorganised worker play a pivotal role in society, so they need special attention. Most socially and economically deprived sections of the society are engaged in informal economic activities. The government realised the pivotal role performed by unorganised sector in the economy. Therefore, many legislations and schemes are initiated by the government for the benefit of unorganised workers. Further various social security measures provided by industrial units to their employees in the form of pension, provident fund and gratuity. Non-statutory benefits also provided to workers such as medical facilities, food, canteens etc

Authored by Preeti Selvam, St Rock College Of Law.

An Essay On Arbitration Agreement And Doctrine Of Separability

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The major argument against the doctrine of seperability is that it refutes the contractual approach to arbitration law. It has been criticized as it takes away the rights of the parties to move to court. Unfortunately, the effect of this doctrine is so wide that the practitioners fail to apply it in its limited context. Arbitration practitioners and scholars often venture out from its restricted context and apply it to generally separate the arbitration agreement from the carrier agreement. This has opened a Pandora’s box for habitual litigants to impede the determination of disputes. As a result of this, parties are burdened with mounting expenses, and the courts are also burdened with frivolous cases.

Authored by Divyanshi Gupta, Faculty of law, Lucknow University.