China’s Land Border Law: A serious concern for India

By Dr Abhishek Atrey International relations and international law are complementary and corresponding to each other. Hence, a minor change in laws with respect to another country has major repercussions. Recently in an endeavor to strengthen its border control and protection, China adopted a controversial Land Border Law of the People’s Republic of China 2021… Read More »

German court finds former Syrian colonel guilty of crimes against humanity

A German court in Koblenz Thursday sentenced Anwar Raslan, a former Syrian colonel who directed operations at a civil prison in Damascus, to life in prison. This unprecedented trial was the world’s first trial prosecuting state-sponsored torture in Syria. German human rights lawyers argued for the legal principle of universal jurisdiction, allowing crimes committed in… Read More »

Australia court rules Novak Djokovic allowed to enter Australia

Australia’s Federal Circuit and Family Court Monday ruled that Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic’s visa was improperly cancelled by Australian border services, and that he must be allowed to enter Australia immediately. The reversal came about after Djokovic’s initial ban from entering Australia to compete in the Australian Open due to a failure to prove… Read More »

India competitor regulator investigates Google for abuse of dominance in news aggregation

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) Friday initiated an antitrust inquiry into Alphabet Inc.’s alleged abuse of market dominance in news aggregation services. The inquiry was initiated by the antitrust regulator underSection 26(1) of India’s Competition Act in response to a complaint filed by the Digital News Publishers Association (DNPA) alleging that Alphabet Inc.’s search engine… Read More »

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