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Fake Journalism - An Era of Appealing to Majority
Fake news or Sloppy Journalism can be defined as the misinformation in the country which is spread either through the traditional media, i.e. word of mouth or through the digital forms of communication - social media clickbait rumours, memes, edited videos, unverified advertisements, etc. Fake News in India has become a grave issue since last few centuries as it has the potential to result in violence, riots and mob lynching.
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Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards and its implementation
The International business has grown exponentially in recent years and so have trade disputes. Parties having either commercial or non-commercial relationship are opting Arbitration as an efficient dispute resolution mechanism for resolving disputes quickly and amicably instead of engaging in lengthy litigation procedures.
FDI in Indian businesses holds post COVID-19 and their compliances in India in these inconsistent scenario
COVID-19 has brought the economies of not just of India but also of the entire world to a point of standstill. But this article is not about the effect of the present pandemic on the world economy but rather what to expect from the Indian economy post COVID-19. In these ordeal times when the major businesses of the world have lost more than 25% of their value, concerns of hostile takeover and leveraged buyout are on its crest.
Future of Multilateral Trade Rules Post COVID-19
Integration into the world economy has proven a powerful means for countries to promote economic growth, development, and poverty reduction. But, the global economy is in its worst downturn since the 1930s. The international trade faces unprecedented uncertainty amid the COVID-19 pandemic and its immense economic fallout.
COVID-19 and Penal Laws in India
COVID-19 is the talk of the world now. The Pandemic has led the world to a crisis which none of us could have ever imagined. It has led to nationwide shut down and brought the economy of the countries to a halt. What made the situation even worse is the shortage of quality health-care systems equipped to treat a large number of affected populations.
Company Restructuring and M&A post COVID-19
The Merger and Acquisition (M&A) exchanges are a type of agreements which are among companies to consolidate with each other after a procedure of valuation being completed. The merger is the common meeting up of monetarily equivalent organizations while the acquisition includes an organization obtaining the benefits of the other organization supplanting the Board of Directors of that organization.
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