Indian Politics and Law Review Journal

Indian Politics & Law Review Journal is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Political Science bearing ISSN: 2581-7086. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Politics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Analysis of Section 35 & 36 of the UAPA after the 2019 Amendment

National integrity and sovereignty is the reputation and dignity of a country on the global scale. The threats to such dignity are dealt with great force and power by the countries. India, from the inception made several statutes in order to deal with any issue that may cause threat to its peace and harmony. The

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Challenges Faced by Civilians in India Due to Misuse of Power by Police

Police manhandle of power has postured different troubles for the citizens have expected startling and colossal extents. Different wrongdoings like torment, attack, assault of ladies in custody, custodial passing, severe and brutal treatment distributed to the defenseless suspects including kids and so forth are going under this domain. Corrupting and fierce treatment given to the

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Did the Indian Government do Right by Banning the Chinese Apps

“A nation’s ability to fight a modern war is as good as its technological ability” ~ Frank Whittle. One of the most crucial decisions taken by the Government of India was the banning of the Chinese apps which were considered to be a threat according to Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, 2000. These

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Critical Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property is an idea, a design and invention of manuscript etc. which can ultimately give rise to useful product and application. The right of an inventor to derive economic benefits from his intellectual property is called as Intellectual property rights. They are intangible assets which helps in protecting the ownership and originality of the

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System under the Microscope

Appointment of judges has undoubtedly been one of the most debated and the most controversial subject in the country. There have been numerous attempts made since Independence to create an efficient method for the same. The collegium system has been in work concerning the appointment of judges. In the year 2014, the Indian government introduced

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