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FEMA Regulations for Foreign Embassies

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The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 Section 2(ze) of the FEMA Act defines transfer. The definition is comprehensive and includes leases within its ambit. It reads as: (ze) transfer¯ incl...

Critical Analysis Of The Law Of Extradition

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With so many economic and criminal offenders fleeing India in recent years, the law of extradition has piqued people's interest. But how does it function? What is the significance of it? What o...

The Case Of The S.S. Lotus: France v/s Turkey

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The lotus case concerns the criminal trial between France and Turkey, where the clash between these two countries' vessels took place in the high sea on 2 August 1926. The case was accepted and...

Human Rights and the Coronavirus Pandemic

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Under international human rights law, States can restrict the activity of most basic freedoms on the off chance that it is important to ensure the privileges of others or aggregate interests. T...

Unpacking Common Heritage of Mankind: In Sea and Space

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The common heritage of mankind', a pioneer legal principle within international law provides for a general framework of universal responsibility of sustainable legal and environmental protectio...

Biological Weapons Convention (BWC)

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The Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) is a legal agreement to ban biological weapons. After negotiations at the United Nations Disarmament Forum, which began in 1969, the BWC began signing on...

A Regional Organization Reference With ASEAN

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ASEAN was established on 8th August 1967 in Bangkok, Thailand with the signing of the Bangkok Declaration by the founding fathers of the countries of Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore an...

Effectiveness Of Dispute Settlement System Under WTO: A Jewel In The Crown?

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The Dispute Settlement System (DSS) was formed to resolve trade disputes between the member states of WTO. This multilateral trading system has been facing unprecedented challenges ever since i...

Permanent Seat In UNSC Is Neither Necessary Nor The Only Way For India To Ass...

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The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is considered one of the most vital organs of the United Nations. UNSC primarily concerns with international security and peace-making within and betw...

Lex Fori Theory of Classification

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Meaning And DefinitionThe theory of lex fori was first proposed by the German and French writers, Kahn[1] and Bartin[2] in the 1890s. it is a prevailing theory which has been adopted and implem...