In this article, I am going to explain about what is cross border partnership and collaboration How does it works? What does it really imply? How to it is beneficial for other countries? About India’s Partnerships, if any. About the results of cross border partnerships in detail and rules regulations and procedure of it. I am also going to talk about the challenges faced by the country for it.
Authored by Pooja Heda, Kes Jayantilal H Patel College Of Law, Mumbai
In the world, where the most populated countries, around two in ten children are engaged in child labour. The most observed reason behind it is Poverty and lack of schools. In a country, there are so many families which belongs to below poverty line and that is the only concern for which they push their children to work and earn for their family livelihood. Since there is no way of education for the children who are below poverty line, this major topic, so called “child Labour” has become Headline of every day’s newspaper. This article will give a decent knowledge about how the child labour is increasing in different sectors Internationally and how the international law is implementing laws to regulate child labor.
Authored by: Aman Verma, Bharati Vidyapeeth University.
The capacity to work productively is a key component of health and emotional well-being. Common Mental Disorders (CMDs) are associated with reduced workplace productivity. It is anticipated that this impact is greatest in developing countries. Furthermore, workplace stress is associated with a significant adverse impact on emotional wellbeing and is linked with an increased risk of CMDs. This review will elaborate on the relationship between workplace environment and psychiatric morbidity. The evidence for mental health promotion and intervention studies will be discussed. A case will be developed to advocate for workplace reform and research to improve mental health in workplaces in developing countries in order to improve the wellbeing of employees and workplace productivity.
n present time, the observations of researchers have said that the people are anxious towards the extension of property in outer space and concerned about the full usage of lands beyond the earth. To rule the activities in outer space, the United Online bullying has severe psychological and legal consequences for the world. Online bullying is an aggressive and intentional behavior over the internet against people who cannot easily defend themselves. The two phenomena may have negative consequences for the physical and psychological health of the victims. Lots of country make a law against online bullying, it does not only victim harass physically, but mentally also. As the use of Internet increases the problem from it also arising. Government and judiciary have to take a look on make a law against online bullying so that people could understand about these.
Internet piracy and counterfeiting problem continuous to spread the world. In this article we used cyber crime cases methods to study the effect which underlines calls for stringent anti-piracy measures, namely that infringement had detrimental impact on our societies. we also discuss how to crack internet piracy method like phishing, pharming, spyware, cyber crime under IT ACT 2008. Internet piracy is illegal or immoral and punishable in India and different countries like India take strict action against internet piracy. And make some laws to punishment if someone do like this type of activities. like this article mention some cases like a look-alike website, cyber crime, bazee.com case, bomb hoax mail, the bank NSP case, Andhra Pradeshtax case.
In present time, the observations of researchers have said that the people are anxious towards the extension of property in outer space and concerned about the full usage of lands beyond the earth. To rule the activities in outer space, the United nations committee on the peaceful uses of the outer space (UNCOPUOS) has implement so many treaties such as Outer Space treaty, The Moon treaty, The Rescue treaty, etc., Where everyone has the same rights to access the resources and allows them to make claims of ownership of the property in space. In this article, we will discuss about the deals for the tangible property and not for the intellectual property.
Authored by: Aman Verma, Bharati Vidyapeeth University.
The ‘polluter pays’ principle is the commonly accepted practice that those who produce pollution should bear the costs of managing it to prevent damage to human health or the environment. For instance, a factory that produces a potentially poisonous substance as a by-product of its activities is usually held responsible for its safe disposal.
Authored by Preeti Selvam, St Rock College Of Law.
Environmental law is based on the rules and regulations which are followed to protect our environment from any kind of health hazards or problems to us as well as the society. The quality of environment has been deteriorating since two decades due to weak policy and rules and the gap between real and virtual achievement of such policies.
Authored by Swapna Sudha Sahoo, SOA Deemed To Be University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
The incorporation of IP rights in the concept of ‘investment’ in Bilateral Investment Treaties illustrates the significance of many investment operations of securing such intangible assets. In view of the rapid growth of innovative sectors, such as biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, which depend on patent security, IP can be a major strategic advantage and is all the more relevant. The value of patents, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights, etc in commercial ties between countries is expressed in the incorporation of IP-related clauses in BITs. Although there are relevant provisions in IP, there are also parallels between some sets of arrangements. There are also variations that have significant legal implications.
Authored by Roudro Mukhopadhyay, OP Jindal University.
This article discusses the relationship between International maritime law and local maritime law from legislative and judicial perspectives. It explains the relationship through India’s implementation of international maritime conventions. The article concludes that the relationship has a well-developed pattern based on legislative structures and judicial processes. With strong historical roots and traditions, the relationship is motivated by international comity and has ﬁrm grounding in international and domestic public policy in support of international uniformity to facilitate international commerce.