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Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research : Part III

Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably , but originally they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. However, if they stick to these boundaries they may reach a point where the project cannot progress any further. They will then have to bring themselves to the fringes of their own fields to form new concepts and ideas–and create a whole new, interdisciplinary field. A transdisciplinary team is an interdisciplinary team whose members have developed sufficient trust and mutual confidence to transcend disciplinary boundaries and adopt a more holistic approach. Continue reading “Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research : Part III”

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Critical Analysis of Right to Forget – A New Horizon of Right to Privacy and Victimology | ISSN No: 2347-9922

Abstract:

            The World is the full of information. Information gives identity to individual. Individual connected with World through information. All that is happened, happening and will going to happen becomes a part of information. Being a part of civilization, a man has very keenly taken a note of everything.  Either it may be by way of history, arts science, law, transport, medical, singing, dance, sports, service, finance, criminology and all ‘logis including information technology. Continue reading “Critical Analysis of Right to Forget – A New Horizon of Right to Privacy and Victimology | ISSN No: 2347-9922”

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THE BOTTLE NECK DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FAIL DEALING AND COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

“Only one thing is impossible for God: To find any sense in any copyright law on the planet.” -Mark Twain

The copyright is a unique Intellectual property right .It is the right that person acquires over a creative work which is result of his intellectual labor[1]. It protects the intellectual labor of a person creating the original work, known as author by ascertaining a protective rights over its further creations [2]. Copyrights protection finds its justification in fair play. When a person creates something that produces with his skill and labor then it belongs to him. Copyright have been bestowed upon the work if it has “sufficient judgment, skill, labor or capital”. It is immaterial whether it has any literal merit[3] . Copyright protect the skill and labor employed by the author in protection of work[4]. Continue reading “THE BOTTLE NECK DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FAIL DEALING AND COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT”

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Arbitration Agreement: The Myopic Check Nut to Commercial Arbitrations in India

Abstract

Disputes are inevitable part of human society from time immemorial.  In past few due to increase in globalization and industrialization dispute began to increase which eventually involved the courts to resolve those dispute resulting in the overburdened courts and delay in ligation. Thereby an necessity of an alternative mechanism cropped up which can reduce the litigations. Continue reading “Arbitration Agreement: The Myopic Check Nut to Commercial Arbitrations in India”

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Right to Privacy and Freedom of Press

 Freedom of Press – International Perspectives

Press had to struggle through centuries to have the freedom as of today. The fight began somewhere in the 1600’s. It had to overcome opposition from monarchs, parliament and even from the Courts. In England, there were constraints such as licensing of books and papers, harsh penalties for illegal or offending publications, seizure of press and jail for criminal libel. In 1644 John Milton spoke against licensing,[1] in 1689 the English Bill of Rights restrained the monarchy,[2] while later ,John Locke’s Continue reading “Right to Privacy and Freedom of Press”

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Doctrine of Pleasure As Under The Indian Constitution

The doctrine of Pleasure is a common law rule. This doctrine has its origin in England. The Doctrine of Pleasure is a special prerogative of the British Crown.[1] In England, a servant of the Crown holds office during the pleasure of the Crown and he can be dismissed from the service of Crown at pleasure. The tenure of office of a civil servant can be terminated at any time without assigning any cause. Even if there exists any special contract between the Crown and the civil servant concerned, the Crown is not bound by it. The civil servant is liable to be dismissed without notice and they cannot claim damages for wrongful dismissal or immature termination of service.[2] Continue reading “Doctrine of Pleasure As Under The Indian Constitution”