Critical Analysis of Special and Differential Treatment under the Antidumping Agreement

Pragati BhaskarYerlekar, Ph.D Research Scholar, RTM Nagpur University Abstract Today the developing countries are the major players in the world trade. However, in the phase of gradual reduction of trade barriers and liberalisation of trade, the developing countries faced difficulties to face the challenges of the new trade regime. They became vulnerable to the problems of the new multilateral trading...

False confessions: a nocuous thorn in the pathway of justice

MeghnaKhetrapal, 3rd Year Student of Law, National Law Institute University,Bhopal Introduction “Confession includes a statement made by a person suspected or charged with a crime, that he (or she) did, in fact, commit that crime.” – Duhaimes Criminal LawDictionary Owing to the fallibility if semi synthetic macrocosms, the tentative insight that constabulary might incur a delusive admission...

The impact of globalization on the legal profession in India

Legal Profession in India
Abhay Mahajan, 5th Year student of Amity Law School, affiliated to GGSIPU, Delhi ABSTRACT Cross-border transactions in India are of recent vintage as they began in right earnest only since its economy was opened up in 1991. While the initial thrust was by way of inbound acquisitions by foreign companies, the later period witnessed frenetic activity by Indian companies engaging in outbound acquisitions....

Fundamental rights and frequencies: Right to broadcast

Sport fixing Betting scam in cricket
Chintan Nirala, 4th Year, B.A., LL.B(HONS.), Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Frequencies or Signals are an indispensable requirement for Communication, Media, Entertainment, or Technology. In other words, it is sine qua non for CMET. They may be unsuccessful in serving their purpose without the involvement of frequencies. It is the part of technology through which Entertainment, Media or Communication...