DAILY WAGERS: MEANING AND CONCEPT

The term “daily wager” is not defined in any statute, according to the argument. However, the concept of the same, as well as the occurrences thereof, has been well-recognized by the courts in several judgments. State of Punjab v. Jagjit Singh and also in Govt. of National Capital Territory of Delhi v. Shyam Babu, it was held:

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THE NOTION OF FREE WILL

The ability to choose freely between several options for action is known as Free Will. The ideas of moral responsibility, praise, guilt, sin, and other judgments that only apply to actions that are freely chosen are strongly related to the concept of free will.
The idea of personal freedom is strongly related to the theological idea that a person has “free will, with which to choose good or evil, and that this is the defining attribute of his God-

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FASHION INDUSTRY AND LOOP HOLES IN CURRENT IP LAWS

Currently, fashion encompasses much more than just clothes and accessories. Neither fashion nor style will ever go out of style. People will always purchase clothing. The idea of a global fashion industry is a contemporary invention. Various creations in the fashion industry, such as elements of fashion design, literary and artistic works, as well as pictures and symbols

ARBITRATION

ANTI-DEFECTION LAW

Defection laws have recently become a major issue as a result of the leaders’ complete contempt for the country’s defection rules. Defection has been a contentious subject in India since its independence. In a democratic society, elections allow people to express their desires; political defections that occur between elections counter that assertive act; therefore, as a corollary, the people’s expressed desire. Defections were prevalent in India even before the country’s

AN OVERVIEW OF COPYRIGHT IN THE DIGITAL AGE

The social lives of people are likewise changing as the world around us does. Various laws relating to one’s rights and way of life also alter as a result of changes in one’s social existence. A potential challenge to the Copyright Laws is the daily introduction of new technology to the world. The digital world, for example, has a significant impact on copyright rules and shows that, while online content and works should be protected, originality shouldn’t be compromised by copyright laws. As a result, the industry has used every new invention to its advantage by

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CRYPTOCURRENCY: A FINANCIAL DENOMINATION IN LEGAL CONUNDRUM

In recent times we have been across the term cryptocurrency leaving many of us befuddled and amazed at the same time. For many, it came out as a revolution of this century a probable medium of earning a fortune but for many, it was an alarming sign of an economic recession. For an insightful understanding of this cryptic currency let’s track down its origin.

CYBER CRIME & IT ACT

CYBER-BULLYING

One of the main problems of the current day is cybercrime. Cyberbullying and cybercrime are both on the rise and occurring simultaneously as a consequence of technological innovation and increasing internet connectivity. Virtually all internet users have, intentionally or unwittingly, experienced cyberbullying at some point. According to statistics and research, young people (boys and girls) and women are the most susceptible demographics and are frequently the targets of cyberbullying.

AGNIPATH PROTEST: WHO BEARS THE COST OF DAMAGE TO PUBLIC PROPERTY

On June 7th, the central administration introduced the Agnipath scheme. Through the scheme, the government aims to deploy younger and fitter troops in the military. The programme is a military method of recruitment for individuals who are aiming for a rank below the rank of officer. Men and women between the ages of 17.5 and 21 can apply through a centralised online platform under this arrangement. After qualifying, the Agniveers will be required to serve in

A CONCEPTUAL INTEGRATION OF WILDLIFE CRIME

The environment and the wildlife around us are directly impacted or harmed by environmental and wildlife crimes. Nearly every country in the world would classify any activity that endangers the environment as a crime against nature. In terms of organized crime, it is also the fourth most prevalent criminal activity.

ADOPTION ISSUES AMIDST THIS PANDEMIC

CAN A CHILD BORN OUT OF LIVE-IN-RELATIONSHIP CLAIM COPARCENARY RIGHTS? FINDINGS IN A RECENT SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT

Live-in relationships are no longer frowned upon as they formerly were. The number of live-in relationships has increased exponentially as a result of globalisation and the society’s underlying modernization. Being a new concept, it makes it difficult for the judiciary to interpret the laws in terms of the numerous rights and obligations of the engaged partners and any children. The Honorable Supreme Court recently ruled that even children born from a live-in relationship have the coparcenary right to inherit the family’s property. In the matter of

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