IPR ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

Abstract: In this fast facing world, inventions and variations in the technology is a common trend. Intellectual Property Rights aims to protect the rights of those who create this innovation or variations. Biotechnology is one of the field which is also growing at fast rate. This Article deals with basic introduction , types of biotechnology, … Continue reading IPR ISSUES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

IPR to Magic Methods

Abstract The IP protection of magic methods has been a topic of concern since long. Magicians copying each other’s tricks, revelation of tricks, etc. are a few of the many issues. But there are ways in which magicians can protect their tricks and methods. This study is undertaken with a view of enquiring as to … Continue reading IPR to Magic Methods

200 metre as minimum distance between stone quarries and residential structures set by NGT

200 metre was earmarked as the minimum distance to be maintained between stone quarries and residential or public structures across the country by the National Green Tribunal. A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel held that “the stone quarries should maintain a minimum distance of 100 metre between them and the residential/public … Continue reading 200 metre as minimum distance between stone quarries and residential structures set by NGT

Married Man With 4 Kids Wears Wig To Hide Age & Identity, Lures And Rapes Minor in Meerut

In a shocking case of 'love jihad' in Uttar Pradesh, police have arrested a 42-year-old man named Abdullah, who has been accused of kidnapping and raping a minor girl in Meerut. As per an IANS report, Abdullah, who allegedly has three wives and four children, lured a minor girl by hiding his identity and changing … Continue reading Married Man With 4 Kids Wears Wig To Hide Age & Identity, Lures And Rapes Minor in Meerut

COVID-19 Victim families allowed to perform final rites by Calcutta High Court

The Calcutta High Court allows families of COVID-19 victims to perform the final rites upon death, after all the formalities of the hospital have been taken care of, provided that no post mortem is to be conducted.The decision has been taken place keeping in mind Article 21 of the constitution which includes the right to … Continue reading COVID-19 Victim families allowed to perform final rites by Calcutta High Court

Why is Sikh soldier a bogeyman for Chinese army at Ladakh

Not far from the Rezang La-Rechin La ridgeline that has emerged as a key friction point between Indian and Chinese troops, the Chushul brigade headquarters mess still houses artefacts including a gold statue of the Laughing Buddha seized by the Sikh regiments more than a century ago.The soldiers were part of an eight-nation mission to … Continue reading Why is Sikh soldier a bogeyman for Chinese army at Ladakh

PIL filed against Justice Markandey Katju alleging defamation of Indian Judicial System

Deposing in the Nirav Modi extradition case before a UK High Court, Justice Markandey Katju had remarked that the fugitive businessman "is unlikely to get a fair trial back home in India and may be turned into a scapegoat." A PIL has been filed by Nand Kishore Garg in the Supreme Court on hearing the … Continue reading PIL filed against Justice Markandey Katju alleging defamation of Indian Judicial System