The COVID-19 pandemic has raised severe concern over the health of every individual across the world. The virus had the deadly property of transmission from one to another human just by coming in contact with the infected person and hence, the social distancing theory is to be followed by each person in India. The health workers have been in the middle of the situation since its beginning. They have been catering to the health concerns of every infected person, along with regular carrying out of tests to find out who is infected.
They are in direct contact with the infected patient while providing treatment or conducting tests. They are highly vulnerable as they cannot restrict human contact from the infected people so as to prevent themselves from getting infected. The Government while acknowledging the sacrifices of these front line workers addressed them as health warriors. This Bill was passed keeping in mind and protecting the interests of these health warriors.
Posted on April 25, 2021, 6:25 p.m.Read More →
Predatory pricing can be defined as a pricing strategy where the prices of goods and the services are fixed at such low level that it becomes almost impossible for the other firms to compete in the existing market and are thus forced to go out of the race. This article lays down a brief introduction of the predatory pricing and the provided legal remedies.
Posted on July 29, 2020, 12:57 a.m.Read More →
India incorporates a recorded legal history ranging from the Vedic ages. It's believed that ancient India had some type of system in situation even during the Bronze Age and also the Indus Valley civilization. Law as a matter of non-secular prescriptions and philosophical discourse has an illustrious history in India. Secular law in India varied widely from region to region and from ruler to ruler. Court systems for civil and criminal matters were essential features of many ruling dynasties of ancient India. This article describes the evolution of the legal system from the ancient period and what is the situation post- independence through the lens of literature.
Posted on July 29, 2020, 12:06 a.m.Read More →