Remedies for Infringement of Copyright under The Copyright Act,1957

Section 51 deals with what constitutes the infringement of copyright under The Copyright Act,1957. It also deals with exceptions to infringement of copyright. The true test to determine infringement is when a trader, spectator or viewer after having read or seen… Continue Reading

Winter Session of Parliament concludes

The Winter Session of Parliament was  held between December 15, 2017 and January 05, 2018. The agenda for legislations included – 25 Bills for consideration and passing 14 Bills listed for introduction, consideration and passing. As per Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs… Continue Reading

Prohibition of Display of Cruelty to Animals in India

Article 51A (g) of Constitution of India provides that it shall be the duty of every citizens of India to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life, and to have compassion for living creatures.… Continue Reading

Inaccessibility to Menstrual Hygiene Products – Challenge to realize Human Dignity

Having access to sufficient quantities of safe water, access to a private and clean place to defecate, living in an environment free from human excreta and other harmful waste and being able to behave hygienically are basic requirements essential for… Continue Reading

Use of social networks by minors requires attention and vigilance of the parents – Spanish Court

Provincial Court of the Northern Spanish city of Pontevedra upheld the right of father to read the WhatsApp messages of his minor children. The petition was filed by mother against the divorced father. The Court said that both parents had… Continue Reading