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Cyberturfing – Shrouded Perils It Poses And The Applicable Law
‘Cyberturfing' is the online equivalent of the off-line ‘astroturfing', a term said to be coined by a US Senator back in 1985 and is understood to be a type of deceptive marketing or practice designed by marketers to create ...
India
26 Jun 2019
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Payment Of Gratuity To Teachers
The Hon'ble Supreme Court after hearing the arguments opined that the issue involved in this appeal remains no longer res integra and has been decided by the court in the APPTA Case.
India
14 Jan 2019
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Foreıgn Investment In The Educatıon Sector: Regulatory Roadblocks
The education sector in India is one of the most dynamic sectors with immense potential for growth and investment.
India
28 Jun 2018
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The Predicament Of Linguistic Minority Schools
With the intent to enable minorities to protect and preserve their language, culture and religion and also to promote and provide education to minorities in general, Article 30 of the Constitution of India ...
India
1 Aug 2017
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Supreme Court Drops The Hammer On TRAI's Call Drop Regulations
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has quashed the Telecom Consumers Protection (Ninth Amendment) Regulations dated October 16, 2015 issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.
India
17 May 2016
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TRAI's Regulations For Compensation To Consumers For Call Drops Upheld
Call drops can be simply explained as the service provider's ineptitude in maintaining a call between users and providing continued service once a call has been correctly established.
India
15 Apr 2016
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Legislative Update: Consumer Protection Bill, 2015 - Keeping Pace With Changing Times
The continued logjam on the effective working of the Parliament and the conflicting self-interest of political parties (at the cost of the nation) ensures that the legislature is unable to perform its key function of legislating new enactments to meet the needs of the changing times.
India
29 Feb 2016
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Is Imparting Of ‘Education' By Private Educational Institutions A ‘Public Function' And Its Implications
India has seen an exponential growth in the education sector and it holds an important place in the global education market.
India
29 Feb 2016
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