Month: July 2021

Exempting Covid-19 Vaccines From Intellectual Property Rights Will Improve Global Access And Equity

India is globally well recognized for its generic drug manufacturing market on which innumerable nations depend for the supply of affordable and cheap drugs. India ranks 3rd in terms of pharmaceutical production by volume and 14th by value worldwide.[i]India is not only acknowledged for drug manufacturing but it is additionally one of the largest vaccine …

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Comparative Analysis Between First-Past-The-Post System (FPTP) And Proportional Representation (PR) System

The purpose of this research paper is to draw a comparative analysis of the two most contested electoral systems, the ‘First-Past-The-Post’ (FPTP) system and the Proportional Representation (PR) system which predominantly serve as a moot point in many types of governments in many countries, transcending boundaries and continents; to answer questions on electoral legitimacy and …

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Crushing Dissent Under the Veil of National Security: A Critical Analysis of the Provisions of the UAPA and the NSA

The Government of India and various State Governments have enacted several security laws in India and in the respective States, respectively, since independence. The main purpose of these laws has always been intended to maintain peace and harmony within the society and to prevent terrorism. However, these laws are least used to serve their intended …

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The Power Struggle Between The Centre And The States: The Examination Of Emergency Provision (Article 356)

This research paper has been written with the aim to examine the emergency provision imposed on states under Article 356 of the Indian Constitution, also known as the President’s rule. The examination of the provision will be done through the route of understanding the genesis and the concept of the federal structure of the Indian …

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Right To Sleep: A Neoteric Uncelebrated Right In India

“Don’t interfere with anything in the Constitution. That must be maintained, for it is the only safeguard of our liberties.” -Abraham Lincoln The Indian judiciary has been debating for a long time about which rights should be included within the framework of fundamental rights, in particular the right to life within the scope of Article …

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Increasing Cyber Threats During Covid-19 Concerning e-Education

As technology is getting advanced day by day, our lives are becoming easier. The Internet has become a crucial platform for our daily lives. The use of the Internet has positive as well as negative consequences. It has become a seedbed for cybercrime. Since the coronavirus lockdown has taken place, almost all the activities, whether …

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