ISSUE 4 - JUNE 26/2024 - SEPTEMBER 26\2024

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CYBER SQUATTING IN INDIA AND USA
AUTHOR’S NAME – Ashutosh Kumar Pandey, LL.M (Corporate Law).
INSTITUTION NAME – Amity Law School, Amity University Lucknow.
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Aim and Objective of the Project:
Firstly, to study the concept of domain name system and the influence of trademarks on domain names. Secondly, to explain the criminal intent through Cyber Squatting. Thirdly, to study the role of UDRP in regulating cyber-squatting. Finally, to propose eradicative measures for resolving disputes relating to cyber-squatting.
Research Problem:
In light of the above introductory remarks, the problem that is to be encountered is that there is no legal mechanism to deal with the issue of Cyber Squatting in India as compared to the USA.

( Volume 2 Issue 4 – 2024 )( Publication Date 02/JULY/ 2024 )

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Why Marital Rape should be criminalize 

AUTHOR’S NAME – Deepak Tiwari, B.A. LL.B. Second Year.

 INSTITUTION NAME – Integral University Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

 ABSTRACT:

 Marital rape is non-consensual sexual intercourse within marriage, Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code,1860 provide an exception for marital rape, this exception contradicts fundamental rights given under the Constitution of India, mainly Articles 14, 15, and 21, which provide equality before the law, prohibit discrimination based on sex, and protect the right to life and personal liberty. This article provides arguments on the constitutionality of the Marital Rape Exception (MRE) with modern principles of equality and justice.1 The MRE contains gender inequality by providing exceptions for married women against sexual violence which is rape for unmarried women. The argument revolves around the violation of Article 14, which discusses equality before the law. 

( Volume 2 Issue 4 – 2024 )( Publication Date 06/JULY/ 2024 )

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