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Impact of GST on Infrastructure

“Difficult roads lead to beautiful destinations.” - Anonymous


A no-pregnancy clause (‘NPC’), i.e. a clause forbidding pregnancy, is generally found in employment contracts, and provides that a breach of the clause would lead to termination of employment. While facially gender neutral, these clauses obviously kick-in only for females. This article aims to identify whether such clauses in film contracts will withstand legal scrutiny in India writes Ayushi Singhal.

Consequences of Brexit for the United Kingdom- An EU air law perspective

Vikrant Pachnanda analyses the consequences of Brexit for the UK from an air law perspective.

The Sarai Act of 1867 – Time to let go

Alabh Anant Lal writes on The Sarai Act of 1867 and analyses its relevancy.

Interview of the Month

Cherie Blair

India Law Journal’s Managing Editor Vikrant Pachnanda spoke with Cherie Blair QC on the sidelines of the United Nations Commission on Trade Law (UNCITRAL) celebrating 50 years since its inception way back in 1966.

Ques: The UNCITRAL is celebrating 50 years this year. Do you think that the UNCITRAL has indeed laid down global standards for rule-based commerce?
Ans: Absolutely. The UNICITRAL was set up in 1966 and it...

Book Review

Technology Laws Decoded by N. S. Nappinai

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Anirveda Sharma reviews the 1st edition of this book on Technology and Cyber laws in India.

As the world woke up to the recent WannaCry ransomware attack on computers across the globe, the fault lines in our cyber architecture became evident to citizens across the world. In such times when technology as an insatiable and infinite force has permeated into every aspect of human life there is a growing need to evolve our legal system to meet the needs of this dynamic new interface. With this surrealistic merging of our real world with its virtual counterpart; the fabric of our realities...