Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act: Everything you need to know about the law that established the internet.

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the U.S. heard oral arguments in the Gonazlez v. Google case, which jeopardises the existence of the internet as we know it today. In addition to challenging the legal validity of the Communications Decency Act’s section 230, the lawsuit calls for holding digital corporations accountable for the material put on their platforms. The United … Read more

Intellectual Property in Cyberspace

Intellectual Property (IP) simply refers to the creation of the mind. It refers to the possession of thought or design by the one who came up with it. It offers the owner of any inventive design or any form of distinct work some exclusive rights, that make it unlawful to copy or reuse that work without the owner’s permission. It is a part of property law. People associated with literature, music, invention, etc. can use it in business practices.

S Jaishankar’s Reply To UK’s Foreign Minister On Raising BBC Tax Row

British Foreign Minister James Cleverly raised the duty quests on the BBC with Foreign Minister. S Jaishankar during a bilateral meeting, ahead of a meeting of G20 ministers. Mr Jaishankar “forcefully told” his UK counterpart that all realities operating in India must misbehave with the law of the land, sources said. “All realities operating in India must misbehave completely with … Read more

Understanding the Powers of the President in India

The President of India is the highest constitutional authority in the country. The President is the head of state, and their role is ceremonial as well as executive. Understanding the powers of the President is important for understanding the functioning of India’s government. In this article, we will explore the qualifications of the President, the election process, and the powers … Read more

Bilkis Bano Case: SC to constitute special bench

by Yatin Arora This article covers the latest updates in Bilkis Bano’s court case. The Supreme Court of India, under the orders of Chief Justice Dhananjaya Y. Chandrachud, will form a special judge to hear the case as it is a matter of national importance.  The Supreme Court will assemble a special bench to hear a number of petitions contesting … Read more

Unleashing the Power of Emergency Provisions in India: Everything You Need to Know

India is a democratic country with a federal structure, where power is shared between the central government and the state governments. However, there are certain situations where the government may need to take extraordinary measures to maintain law and order, protect the nation’s sovereignty, or safeguard the economy. To address such situations, the Indian Constitution provides for emergency provisions. These … Read more

Uniform Civil Code in India

On Friday, a contentious private member’s bill was submitted in the Rajya Sabha to establish a commission to develop a Uniform Civil Code. In the midst of opposition party protests, “The Uniform Civil Code in India Bill, 2020” was introduced in the Upper House. December 9, 2022, the Upper House During a private member’s discussion, BJP MP Kirodi Lal Meena … Read more

Land Eviction in Jammu and Kashmir: People in panic, fear and apprehension 

In the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, lands are retrieved by the government from people by bulldozing their homes and buildings. The government claims not to trouble the underprivileged, but it exclusively demands land owned by the wealthy and influential who have grabbed government property because of their influence. In Jammu and Kashmir, the government reclaims encroached state land … Read more

Secularism In India

The idea of secularism elevated in the Indian constitution is applaudable. It means that all persuasions are treated inversely under the eyes of the law. Denomination does not, still, indicate that all doctrines are equal. Jihadism obviously can not be accepted as it poses serious pitfalls to the way of life of the Hindus, the Sufi Muslims, and all other … Read more

FIR Will Be Filed Against Rahul Gandhi In Case Of No Apology, Says Ranjit Savarkar, Grandson Of VD Savarkar

Veer Savarkar’s grandson Ranjit Savarkar, on Tuesday, hovered to file an FIR against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi if “he doesn’t apologize for his statement about Savarkar”. “I’ll file an FIR against Rahul Gandhi if he doesn’t apologize for his statement about Savarkar. This isn’t the first time that Rahul Gandhi or the Congress party has disrespected Veer Savarkar. It’s unfortunate … Read more

For India’s LGBTQ population, decriminalizing homosexuality is a step in the right direction.

The Supreme Court issued a ruling on 377 Section, which decriminalized homosexuality in India, on September 6, 2018. In decriminalizing homosexuality, India joined a group of 25 other countries. India has thus taken a step towards becoming a society that values equality and inclusion. According to polls, same-sex relationships are becoming more accepted in India. Evidence of Homosexuality in India … Read more

Delhi court to hear Nora Fatehi’s defamation case against Jacqueline Fernandez on March 25

A Delhi court is likely to hear on March 25 a criminal complaint filed by actor Nora Fatehi againstJacqueline Fernandez for allegedly defaming her by “unfairly dragging” her name into a Rs 200crore money laundering case involving alleged conman Sukesh Chandrashekar. Fatehi, a Canadian citizen, has also arrayed 15 media organisations as accused in her complaint.The matter, which was scheduled … Read more

Male Harassment

Male harassment is a form of gender-based violence and discrimination that can take many forms such as physical, verbal, and emotional abuse. It is a serious issue that can have a serious impact on victims. Victims of male harassment often feel isolated, frightened, and powerless and it is important to recognize the signs of male harassment and take action to stop it.