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Indian Depository Receipts: Requisites and Benefits

  Yash Miniyar Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad A. INTRODUCTION Depository Receipts are a form of transferable instruments, which aid in the flow of general trade in a stock exchange at a given time. They are classified as financial securities in the form of equity that are issued by listed companies. The depository receipt is a form of certificate which denotes the valid holding of the security or shares of a given company. One of the most recognised and busiest forms of depository receipts in the world is the American Depository Receipts, which allows in trading of shares or securities of foreign companies. These receipts act as a form of investment for potential investors in order to diversify their assets and hold shares of their desired companies. This not only allows the economic diversification but also the geographic diversification. These depositories act as mediums to curb the hindrances or the obstacles which prevented people from making foreign investments,
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Urgency of Reforms in Indian Sports Law: A Road to Become World Champion

  AUTHOR’S NAME - SONAKSHI BISHT IMS UNISON UNIVERSITY, DEHRADUN INTRODUCTION An earshot to the term Sports instinctively stimulate dopamine in human body. Over the years, India has loomed as a Sports hub and every so often hosted for national and international games. Sports like Cricket are worshipped like god and diverse sports are followed by the Indian Sportsmen. Sports is enumerated as a State subject matter under Schedule 7 of the Indian Constitution.  In India, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports is accredited for the promotion of sports and ensures triumphing at several sporting events in both national and international level. Moreover, sports is governed by National Sports Policy, Sports Law and Welfare Association of India, Sports Authority of India, still there is dearth of sports legislation in India. When laws are to be applied in any sports matter Labour law, Law of Torts, Contract law, Competition law, Intellectual Property Rights law are taken into consideration. W

What if Men are Subjected to Domestic Violence: The Laws and Rights

Author: Sanya Malhotra ABSTRACT  Usually the term ‘Domestic Violence’ is often subjected or limited to women. Although there’s no harm in it, as women of the society have always been subjected to patriarchy and violence. But the term ‘violence’ or ‘abuse’ cannot be used in a limited context, it has much wider and broader sense of meaning. “Domestic abuse, often known as “domestic violence” or “intimate partner violence,” is defined by the United Nations as a pattern of behaviour designed to establish or retain power and control over an intimate partner in any relationship.” It is astonishing that even men are subjected to physical violence, mental and sexual abuse in many households. About two in five of all victims of domestic violence are men, contradicting the widespread impression that it is almost always women who are left battered and bruised, a new report claims. Men assaulted by their partners are often ignored by police, see their attacker go free and have far fewer refuges to

Understanding product liability and its Provisions under Consumer Protection Law

“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favour by serving him. He is doing us a favour by giving us an opportunity to do so” -Mahatma Gandhi  Author: Muskan Tyagi INTRODUCTION In everyday life consumer go through the problem  of defective products on everyday basis . Dangerous or otherwise defective products cause injury to countless numbers of consumers each year. Furthermore, now that  the world has open thousand online options for the consumers to buy so has the the issue of false advertising and defective product . People today often struggle to find the appropriate redressal for such mechanism as Nearly one in two Indian consumers reported being stuck with one or more high-value faulty product, as per a survey by community platform Local Circles. This article explains t

Surrogacy : Hope of Motherhood

  Author: Ritesh S. Chavan Jitendra Chauhan College of Law The Latin word “surrogatus,” which means “assigned to act in the place of,” is the source of the English word “surrogate.” In the well-known practice of surrogacy, a woman consents to become pregnant with the intention of carrying the child to term and giving birth to it. She will, however, give the child to the contracted party and not raise it. ‘Chori chori Chupke Chupke’, movie can be the best example to understand this concept in better manner. Commercial surrogacy, sometimes known as the “Rent a Womb” practice, was legalized in India in 2002. India became “the hub of surrogacy” as a result of this policy, which was made to boost medical tourism there. According to the CII research from 2012, India’s surrogacy market was worth $2 billion annually. And it was estimated that across the nation, more than 3,000 fertility clinics were involved in this. The unregulated business of surrogacy raised concerns like unethical practice