Competition Law – IPR Interface: Impact on Innovation

Author: Vishvendra Tomar1. Competition Law and IPR Interface debate is a longstanding one. While they share common goals of promoting efficiency there are sometimes issues in the ways of achieving it. The growing tension between this interface has impacted innovation, as its evident from some recent compulsory licensing cases, which triggered an all-round...

Sedition laws in 21st century India

A SHOWPIECE OF COLONIAL HANGOVER? Jyotsna Gabriel & Kush Agarwal1. ‘AUTONOMY IS AS AUTONOMY DOES’ An analysis into the draconian law paving its journey all the way from the colonial era making such act punishable with imprisonment for life. Government today does not recognize the fact that sedition laws today are not feasible in the turbulent politics...

Triple Talaq: From Prescriptive Functionalism to Transformative Constitutionalism

   Author: Dr Nafees Ahmad* India is confronted with a situation that has acquired, unfortunately, political primacy in a gender equality discourse. The religion of Islam bestowed upon equal rights for men and women devoid of any distinction including right to divorce. The utopian union of the husband and wife is a perennial pre-requisite for conjugal covertures...