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Lucky, but not so legal

Submitted by- Vidushpat Singhania, Lucky, but not so legal - The Government of India on November 8 took the bold initiative of declaring two high value notes—Rs 500 and Rs 1000—as no longer legal. This demonetisation initiative le

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Sports and intellectual property rights

Submitted by- Subhash Bhutoria, Sports and intellectual property rights PART 2 - An interview with Mr.Subhash Bhutoria which turned out into an hour long Lecture on Sports and its correlation with Intellectual property rights.

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Sports, intellectual property rights and

Submitted by- Subhash Bhutoria Sports, intellectual property rights and personality rights PART 1 - So, Last week we planned an interview with Mr.Subhash Bhutoria which turned out into an hour long Lecture on Sports and its correlation w

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Climate change impacts the Indian

Submitted by- Subhash Bhutoria, Climate change impacts the Indian fashion industry -  Several luxury brands depend on Indian textile firms for fabrics, printing and production. However, climate change international obligations could disr

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Sustainable fashion in India

Submitted by- Shrita Suri, Sustainable fashion in India - Saachi Bahl, a sustainable fashion consultant and Shrita Suri, a fashion lawyer at Krida Legal, provide an insight into the opportunities and challenges involved in operating a busines

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Smart wearables and athleisure

Submitted by- Shrita Suri & Subhash Bhutoria, Smart wearables and athleisure the legal challenges - Smart shirts wearable technology and intelligent fabrics have changed the fashion and sportswear business and both the knowns and nob

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Luxury Law Alliance Member’s

Submitted by- Subhash Bhutoria, Luxury Law Alliance Member’s - Indian law firm Krida Legal is a boutique firm with expertise in sports, gaming, art and fashion law. The intellectual property rights, art & luxury law practice is head

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Climate Change: Paris, India

Submitted by- Subhash Bhutoria & Twinkle Sharma, Climate Change: Paris, India and Fashion - On October 2, 2016, India became the 62nd nation to ratify the Paris Climate Change Agreement. Prime Minister Mr. Narendra M

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GST ON ONLINE GAMING

Submitted by- Roopali Singhal, GST ON ONLINE GAMING - With world’s largest youth population and usage of mobile device made, India as one of the world’s leading potential markets in Gaming Sector. Currently valued at USD 890 milli

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Merger of a wholly owned subsidiary (WOS

Submitted by- Roopali Singhal, Merger of a wholly owned subsidiary (WOS) with its parent company-under fast-track provision of Companies Act, 2013 -  Position under Companies Act, 1956 Merger/Amalgamation was dealt under Chapter V of Com

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Shattered Dreams- The Predicament of hum

Submitted by- Satyam Parmar, Shattered Dreams - The Predicament of human trafficking in the football universe -  INTRODUCTION- Slavery is an ancient stigma which has tarnished the glorious history of various societies and civilizations t

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The real problems of fantasy sports

Submitted by- Rishika Mendiratta, The real problems of fantasy sports -  The origin of fantasy sports- The origins of fantasy sports can be traced to the post-WWII era. Wilfred Winkenbach designed fantasy golf. Golf offered an easy and s

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SPORTS INTEGRITY

Submitted by- Tarini Mathur,  SPORTS INTEGRITY- “Sports do not build character, they reveal it.” INTRODUCTION Sports has been a medium through which we get to see the raw form of every person’s mind, body and soul. Throughou

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GENE DOPING- THE FUTURE OF CHEATING?

Submitted by- SIDDHARTH GOSAIN, GENE DOPING- THE FUTURE OF CHEATING?- Gene  doping is defined by the World Anti-Doping Agency  as “The non-therapeutic use of genes, genetic elements and/or cells that have the capacity to enhance at

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Governance of Indian Sports Body

Submitted by- Kushal Gulati, Governance of Indian Sports Body - Abstract The project lights up key issues encompassing the present model of games administration in India. Promote, it tries to analyze the explanations for reliably poor execution of

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FINANCIAL FAIR PLAY AND YOUTH DEVELOPMEN

Submitted by- Ashish Nath Jha Student, FINANCIAL FAIR PLAY AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT - Gujarat National Law University BACKGROUND FOR FFP The major change which marked the financial expansion in Football when English Premier League secured a $115m tel

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Lucky, but not so legal?

Submitted by- Vidushpat Singhania, Lucky, but not so legal? -  The Government of India on November 8 took the bold initiative of declaring two high value notes—Rs 500 and Rs 1000—as no longer legal. This demonetisation initia

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