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The Central Vista redevelopment project has been hitting the newspaper headlines over the past couple of months with the concern of it not being the right time to reconstruct a new parliament in times of the ongoing pandemic and the lack of adequate infrastructure in issues of more importance such as health. This article aims to provide a neutral standpoint to help the readers understand the Central Vista project and its history.
The Model Tenancy Act is formulated with the aim to formalise and institutionalise the rental housing market, and to maximise the rental yield. It proposes to streamline the complex tenant-landlord relationship that was conveniently overlooked by its predecessor. The article highlights the significance of implementation of Model Tenancy Act in the expansion of the rental housing market, while dealing with the key provisions of the Act.
The COVID-19 pandemic has raised severe concern over the health of every individual across the world. The virus had the deadly property of transmission from one to another human just by coming in contact with the infected person and hence, the social distancing theory is to be followed by each person in India. The health workers have been in the middle of the situation since its beginning. They have been catering to the health concerns of every infected person, along with regular carrying out of tests to find out who is infected.
They are in direct contact with the infected patient while providing treatment or conducting tests. They are highly vulnerable as they cannot restrict human contact from the infected people so as to prevent themselves from getting infected. The Government while acknowledging the sacrifices of these front line workers addressed them as health warriors. This Bill was passed keeping in mind and protecting the interests of these health warriors.
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The article is a judgment analysis of a recent decision given by commission in the case of Rahmat Bano v CPIO, Income Tax where the wife filed an RTI request to obtain the ITR of her husband. The article analyses the decision given by the commission regarding the same.
India witness this regime of Crown pleasure office till 1947 but however, this concept during the Colonial times, was turned into the “Doctrine of Pleasure” by the Privy Council. This doctrine which was considered unjust during the colonial period was later adopted by the Indian Law Makers and is enshrined in the Indian Constitution. This article encompasses the entire concept of the doctrine.
The article gives an overview of how the Prudential Framework of Resolution for Stressed Assets works. It provides comprehensive information and understanding of the existence and validity of the resolution mechanism for stressed assets in India.
Consent forms the essence of the doctor-patient relationship and is a key feature of patient’s autonomy. The medical ethics requires this consent to be informed on the part of the patient and the medical consent forms are a manifestation of the same. The present article highlights the legal position of such forms in the context of Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
For every Bollywood fan, songs have always been a part and parcel of their daily schedule. However, the recent films instead of composing new songs, are largely interested in remixing old songs. The present article deals with ambiguous position of Remix versions in the Copyrights Act, 1957.
To cope up with the pandemic loss, the educational institutions opted for virtual teaching. The key challenge in this distance education is issue of copyright. This article analyzes the position of Indian law on the copyright related questions.