Volume 1 Issue 9
(In Continuation)

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Authored by:

Ms. Jagriti

Law Student

 

DNA PROFILING

There has been tremendous use of DNA profiling in criminal investigation from recent years. It basically helps in to find & solving criminal matters by identifying criminals, suspects and victims through their DNA. Resolving complicated paternity test, quicker and accurate identification of people in mass-disaster etc. It’s of great importance in criminal investigation but still there is no specific Indian law/ provision to manage forensic Science issues. During this particular paper we are going to discuss and examine how useful is DNA profiling ,some important provisions associated with DNA profiling and the way useful it’s during criminal investigation... 

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Authored by:

Ms. P. Lavanya

Advocate at Madras High Court

 

“WHETHER WORKS CONTRACT IS SUPPLY OF GOODS OR SUPPLY OF SERVICE OR BOTH” – AN OVERVIEW UNDER TNVAT

Beyond our comfort zone the country has to move from developing tag to developed economy tag, for that the country has come across many changes to provide transparent and effective business atmosphere. Perhaps changes in terms of Value Added Tax (VAT), Service Tax, GST, etc., Which makes the taxation works more complicated and always held up with uncertainty and unclear. It is being necessary to have a backup by an agreement of transfer of property, since transfer of property involves in every sale and purchase. And also, it would be safe to proceed by collecting intention of the parties in their contracts where contract is classified accordingly... 

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Authored by:

Ms. Maryam Beg

Third Year B.A. LL.B (H) Student

 

Article 19 in the Wake of Covid-19

The health emergency faced by nations globally has manifested itself in the form of a citizenry stripped of its rights, freedom of speech and expression quashed to stop the rising tide of ‘fake news’ spreading rapidly through public platforms, most notably social media. UNESCO has termed the current dispensation as a “disinfodemic” — relaying that the pandemic's effects stretch themselves far beyond the arena of the collapse of our health systems. It is a term used for the collective spread of misinformation regarding Coronavirus, contributing to not just confusion but also alarming levels of vaccine hesitancy...