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By Anuj Bhasme, Gaurav Dugar, Rutvi Shrimankar
This paper provides an overview of the legal framework governing the gambling and gaming industry in India - its evolution through the ages, its magnitude as an industry and its impact on society.
By Monal Mukherjee, Nikhil Naredi
The first section of this paper introduces the concept of upside-sharing arrangements and presents an empirical review of corporate disclosures made by certain listed and to-be-listed companies in India, ...
By Mukul Baveja
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet".
By Anuj Prasad
Regulation of the Defence sector in India has seen immense movement in the last few years.
By Manu Nair
The present article deals with the issues and concerns arising out of grant or non - grant of environmental clearances for projects in and around eco sensitive areas of the country.
By Surjendu Sankar Das, Trishala Kulkarni
The arbitral award ("Award") was delivered in London under the ICC Rules on 12 February 2015 in the arbitration between Shriram EPC Limited ("Petitioner") and Rio Glass Solar SA ("Respondent").
By Surjendu Sankar Das, Avlokita Rajvi
The Petitioner in the matter relies on an arbitration clause as contained in the Supplementary Deed of Partnership dated 9 July 2012. Since certain disputes had arisen between the parties on 29 September 2014, the Petitioner had filed a petition being OMP No. 1198 of 2014 under Section 9 ("Section 9 Petition") of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 ("Act").
By Nitesh Jain, Juhi Mathur
On 12 July 2018, the National Company Law Tribunal (Mumbai) ("Tribunal") delivered its landmark judgment in the matter of Cyrus Investments Pvt. Ltd. & Anr. vs. Tata Sons Limited & Ors.
By Ashni Roy, Davis Kanjamala
Rapid strides in the field of technology has made e-commerce a viable platform for trade, accessible to ordinary retail buyers and sellers separated geographically ...
By Divi Dutta, Himanshu Malhotra
1.1 Estate duty was a form of tax which was levied on the total value of the property held by an individual calculated at the time of his / her demise.
India and Japan are among the largest Asian economies. They are, in many respects, natural trading partners. Indeed, in 2011, the two countries signed the India-Japan Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (‘CEPA'), which is a free trade agreement aiming to promote and protect cross-border trade and investment between the two countries.
By Jay Parikh
In order to better understand the legal commotion surrounding crypto-currency, it is important to review the factors that have led to its development and growth in the recent past.
By Abhay Sharma
According to the Economic Survey Report 2017-18, the tax department loses over 65% of its cases against taxpayers upon appeal.
By Ajit Warrier, Aditya Nayyar
In the view of the author, the resultant imbroglio is capable of resolution by making certain timely amendments in the 2015 Act.
By Kanishk
A committee of experts constituted by the MoD under the chairmanship of Shri Dhirendra Singh first mooted the strategic partnership model in its report submitted in July, 2015...
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