RLR Volume VI Issue II

Editorial Note [Vol. VI Issue II]

The Bi- annual journal of Rostrum’s Law Review volume VI Issue 2 offers exciting collection of papers which pricks…

ASSESSING THE ROLE OF TRIAL COURT JUDGES TO DEAL WITH HOSTILE WITNESSES IN THE LIGHT OF DIRECTIVES OF THE APEX COURT IN INDIA: EXPECTATION AND REALITY

Abstract In an adversarial system of criminal justice, like in India, the witness has a pivotal role in bringing the…

The Holy Fast to Death and Conflicting Constitutional Moralities

INTRODUCTION The holy fast to death among Jains, a practice known as Santhara, has been at the center of a…

TRADE PROTECTIONISM IN THE TIMES OF PANDEMIC: ASSESSING THE LEGITIMACY OF INDIA’S EXPORT BAN OVER ESSENTIAL DRUGS

The 25th anniversary, marked traditionally as a moment of commemoration, has not presented itself as amiable for the World…

Doctrine of Basic Structure: A Critique

INTRODUCTION As the legal community celebrates 47 years of the decision in the Kesavanada Bharti versus State of Kerela (AIR…

INDIAN COMPETITION LAW AND PATENT LAW: THE INTERFACE

The Patent law and the Competition law are ideologically at loggerheads as one provides for monopolization of rights whereas…

Legal Compliance -vis-à-vis- Secretarial Audit: A Pragmatic Nexus in the eyes of Companies Act, 2013

Abstract Legal compliance and Secretarial Auditing are the key aspects of corporate governance practices. For targeting the best outcome from…

CONSUMER INTEREST IN ANTI- DUMPING INVESTIGATION

ABSTRACT The end effect of anti-dumping duty results in making the goods costlier for the consumers which may also include…

GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION UNDER THE TRIPS AGREEMENT: COMMERCIAL INTEREST SERVED BUT EQUITY DECLINED

ABSTRACT Geographical Indications over time have emerged as a potential tool for the socio-economic development of a country. Geographical Indications…

Discretion is a Tool of Corruption: Critical Analysis of an EPC Contract in the Oil and Gas Sector

Abstract: The EPC business is intricately complex and competitive which makes it quite vulnerable to succumb to the fangs of…