[Guest Post] Confusion confounded on Section 65B – Shafhi Mohammad Vs State of Himachal Pradesh

The post has been contributed by Sh.Vijayashankar Na. He is an Information Assurance consultant. He is a pioneer and an acknowledged expert in the field of Cyber Laws, without a formal degree in law . He has authored various books on… Continue Reading

IPR for Medium and Small Scale Industries (MSMEs)

Editor’s note: Small-scale industries (SSIs) are  the backbone of world economythe industrial structure mostly because of the fact that, the development of such industries helps in the overall development of the economic, social and industrial structure of the country. While… Continue Reading

Dimensions of Information Security

Concept and Meaning of Information Security Information security is ‘the protection of information from a wide range of threats in order to ensure business continuity, minimize business damage and maximize return on investments and business opportunities’ and is also ‘essential… Continue Reading


Processing of personal data occurs within and is often structured by social, economic and institutional settings. The interactive technologies enable that personalized data can enter into the commercial calculus of the marketing machine, thereby transferring it, selling it, and even… Continue Reading

Central Identities Data Repository under the Aadhaar law

In the previous posts, basics about Aadhaar, punishments for data breaches under Aadhaar law, sharing of information under Aadhaar law , Aadhaar and Privacy etc have been discussed. This post focusses on Central Identities Data Repository and how it is maintained by the… Continue Reading

Latest developments in the Companies Act- ‘Ask an Expert’

This post has been contributed by Mr. Gaurav Pingle, Principal at Gaurav Pingle & Associates. He may be reached at gp@csgauravpingle.com. Companies Act, 2013 has been a significant legal reform in the Indian legal system. Several corporate governance provisions were… Continue Reading

Economic perspective of the evolution of International Trade

In simple terms, cross-border trade may be defined as the exchange of capital, goods, and services across national borders. The jurisprudence behind international trade is that each nation should produce goods for which its domestic opportunity costs are lower than… Continue Reading