Space Laws: What Governs Intellectual Property Rights in Outer-Space?

This article seeks to explore the current IPR regime, how it applies to outer space law, and how it may be adapted to be a better fit for the same. It seeks to do this through an analysis of the current IPR regime (by the means of various articles of international treaties and their inadequacies in addressing the needs of space law) and discussing its viability to support the growth of outer space law and its possibilities. 

Insanity and the Law: How a 19th Century Test is Used to Prove Insanity Under Criminal Law

This article will discuss using Insanity as a defense under Criminal law which has always been a
very fascinating and to some extent an ambiguous aspect under the General Exceptions. While it
might be only a defense in case of a Criminal Trial, it has a possibility of being misused as there
is no fixed extent or way to determine the insanity of a person.

Gandhi and Ambedkar on Parliamentary Democracy

India’s success in maintaining its status as a sovereign state may be credited with the parliamentary democracy it follows and the clarity in the separation of powers. However, the two most important figures in Indian history, Gandhi and Ambedkar, had distinct views on adopting a parliamentary form of government. Gandhi’s perspective could be defined as a moral argument, whereas Ambedkar’s stance was practical and created a framework for inclusivity within the constitution. The legal and moral arguments raised in this particular discourse highlights the greater ideologies espoused by the two stalwarts of the Indian independence movement.

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