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E-pharmacy and its regulation in India

E-commerce is rapidly transforming the way business is carried out in India. The increasing use of internet and smartphones is further making people dependant on such options as they offer convenience, promptness and cost effectiveness in the services provided by them. Improvements in technology and growth in digital payments have …

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Companies (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019

The Companies (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 was promulgated to replace the Companies (Amendment) Ordinance, 2018 which brought about amendments to 31 provisions of the Act. The need for repromulgation of an ordinance arose due to the fact that the Companies Amendment Bill, 2019 which was to replace the 2018 Ordinance was …

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Angel Tax fiasco: Government To Soften The Blow On Startup Businesses

New Delhi, February 12: In terms of the number of businesses, India is the second biggest ecosystem for the start-up. Even though the incumbent government has time and again promoted the entrepreneurship in the country, from the past two weeks it is receiving constant flak from the startup ecosystem, as …

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How The Resignation Of NSC Member Exposed The Incumbent Government’s Unwillingness To Put Forth Data

New Delhi: Few months into the most-awaited Lok Sabha elections, a report by The Business Standard has sparked a major controversy. Even though the data on unemployment has not been officially released, the business standard claimed to have procured the copy of the National Sample Survey Office’s (NSSO) periodic labour force …

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High Court’s Order On Law Exam Paper Row

Last month, an examination question  regarding a Muslim slaughtering a cow in front of three Hindus caused a furor across the nation. The aforementioned question formed a part of the Law of Crime-1 paper conducted by Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) on December 7. This question sparked a row …

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Lok Sabha Passes Consumer Protection Bill, 2018

New Delhi, December 21: The three-decade-old law, Consumer Protection Act, 1986,  is being changed. In an effort to protect consumers’ interest, Lok Sabha on Friday passed the Consumer Protection Bill, 2018. If adopted in Rajya Sabha, it will replace archaic Consumer Protection Act, 1986. The bill deals with product liability, class …

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Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Announces New Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)

New Delhi, December 22: The Ministry Of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) has issued a new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for presenting vehicle documents during an inquiry on demand by any police officer in uniform or any other officer authorized by the state government in this behalf. With the new provisions in place, the …

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Lok Sabha Passes Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill To Outlaw Commercial Surrogacy

New Delhi, December 20: Amidst frequent disruption and chaos, the Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill which was introduced in 2016. The Bill attempts to effectively outlaw commercial surrogacy but allows surrogacy for non-commercial or altruistic needs. It also ventures to end the exploitation of surrogate mothers and ensures the …

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Pharmacy Fiasco: Online Pharmacies To Seek Legal Recourse As Madras High Court Bans Online Sale Of Drugs & Medicines

Chennai, December 19: Six e-pharmacy companies approached the Madras High Court to appeal against the recent order directing a blanket ban on the online sale of medicines till the Government of India comes out with a new regulation. A common platform formed by these six major players have impleaded in the petition filed by the …

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Delhi HC Refuses To Consider Johnson &Johnson’s Plea

New Delhi, December 15: The Delhi High Court has refused any interim relief to Johnson and Johnson, which has, on the basis of reports of the two Committees, challenged the formula approved by the Union government to determine compensation for the patients who had received faulty hip implants. The Court further …

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