Implementation of Environmental Laws in India

The requirement for insurance and protection of the environment and sustainable utilization of natural resources is reflected in the sacred system of India and furthermore in the global responsibilities of India. The Constitution under Part IVA (Art 51A-Fundamental Duties) throws an obligation on each resident of India to ensure and improve the regular habitat includingContinue reading “Implementation of Environmental Laws in India”

Data Protection Laws in India: Analysis of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 in line with the IT Act, 2000

Just dial, Yahoo[2], Microsoft[3], Google, Whatsapp, Adobe[4], LexisNexis[5], Catha way, LinkedIn, Grindr, Uber[6], Twitter and Sony[7] These are the names of some tech giants globally who collect and store loads of data on their servers. But did you know that the data on their servers has been prey to data breach numerable times making vulnerableContinue reading “Data Protection Laws in India: Analysis of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 in line with the IT Act, 2000”

Animal Rights

According to PETA, “Animal rights means that animals deserve certain kinds of consideration—consideration of what is in their best interests, regardless of whether they are “cute,” useful to humans, or an endangered species and regardless of whether any human cares about them at all. It means recognizing that animals are not ours to use—for food,Continue reading “Animal Rights”

Healthcare Data Protection in India

India’s healthcare market is invariably changing. A growing healthcare market in India seems very majestic as it is expected to bring the latest medical technologies, recruitment of more employees, and improve the treatment level for us. But there can be more uncertainties, as it directly stimulates the healthcare IT sector to prevent any disclosure of critical informationContinue reading “Healthcare Data Protection in India”

Adam, Eve and…

Every human being in this world is created by God and has to be recognized equally. I am what I am, so take me as I am   – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ‘Transgender’ is an umbrella term and is different from LGB- lesbian, Gay, Bisexual. There is often confusion relating to various concepts related toContinue reading “Adam, Eve and…”

Various methods to address Consumer Complaints

The ‘Consumer’ who is referred to as the king is usually the ‘victim’ of market malpractices giving rise to need for laws to protect the rights of consumers. In 1986, the Indian Parliament passed the landmark Consumer Protection Act[1] which is a milestone in the history of socio-economic legislations and is directed towards achieving publicContinue reading “Various methods to address Consumer Complaints”

Judiciary’s role in Environment Protection

Post-liberalization, the protection of environment was not very significant on account of the need for a modern turn of events coupled with political aggravations. The focus was on expanding the commercial and economic workspace of our country. However, after the Bhopal Gas disaster, making sure provisions were in place to take care of the environmentContinue reading “Judiciary’s role in Environment Protection”