Author: Live Adalat

The Internet has become an integral part of life and business. It has contributed to a change in society, and a significant impact on business, manufacturing, service industry, government services, critical infrastructure, security setup and other fundamental aspects of modern society. Mobile technology, the Internet, cloud computing and advances in networking through fourth and fifth-generation technology have brought everything to the palmtop. With the advancement in technology, more use and reliability on the Internet in various businesses and government services have contributed to the increase in cybercrime. Criminals are harnessing the Internet for committing crimes. Economic gain is the primary…

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Cybercrime is nothing new, but increased levels of connectivity, remote working, reliance on technology, and automation mean the risk of attack is rising rapidly. In this article, we look at the common types of cybercrime and how you can protect your business against them. The coronavirus pandemic has made many organisations more vulnerable to cyber-attacks because of : Relaxed control environment;Revised processes and procedures and Changing employee workforce profiles All criminals target vulnerabilities, and this is no different online. Gaps in your defences can be targeted both at a human and system level. Pandemic aside, the last five years have…

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Forensics is the scientific discipline concerned with proving criminal offences. It proves in a way that an investigator collects, documents and analyzes all facts related to the crime. The most important task of the investigator is to collect the largest possible number of pieces of evidence that connect to a criminal offence. They are mostly found at the site of criminal events, and in technical terms, are called physical evidence. Based on these sets of hypotheses that connect one fact with another, and then we come to the theory that explains the nature of the criminal acts. Forensic proof of…

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Prof. P. N. Oak believes the whole world has been duped. In his book, Taj Mahal: The True Story, Oak says the Taj Mahal is not Queen Mumtaz’s tomb but an ancient Hindu temple palace of Lord Shiva (then known as Tejo Mahalaya ). In the course of his, research Oak discovered that the Shiva temple palace was usurped by Shah Jahan from then Maharaja of Jaipur, Jai Singh. In his own court chronicle, Badshahnama, Shah Jahan admits that an exceptionally beautiful grand mansion in Agra was taken from Jai Singh for Mumtaz’s burial. The ex-Maharaja of Jaipur still retains…

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The pandemic wrecked the world economy and Sri Lanka heavily rely on tourism, even it wasn’t spared. Sri Lanka is hit badly by one of the worst economic crises since its independence. The tourist economy is a sector that contributes 10% to Sri Lanka’s GDP. Earlier the Srilankan government decided to go “100-per cent organic.”. This sounded like a suicidal move and in a bid to fully realize this vision, they banned fertilizers. This move has hit their biggest export commodity — Tea. And Sri Lanka hasn’t been the same since. This growing effect translated into a reduction in foreign exchange earnings and without…

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Author: Gayatri N , Editor of Bharat Voice The judiciary, an independent arm of the Indian democratic republic reposed with ensuring justice to citizens of India has a dark underbelly which it refuses to address. Issues ranging from nepotism in the appointment of the higher judiciary, lack of transparency in the declaration of assets to sexual harassment allegations have been plaguing the judiciary with precious little action in the matter. The Supreme Court on Thursday, February 10, 2022, finally began to crack the whip by reinstating an Additional District Judge of Gwalior District Court who resigned over eight years back…

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In 1978, the highest court of India, the Hon’ble Supreme Court, installed a black bronze sculpture, made by the renowned artist Shri Chintamoni Kar, portraying Mother India in the form of the figure of a lady. The lady is sheltering the young Republic of India represented by the symbol of a child, who is upholding the laws of land symbolically shown in the form of an open book. In the book, a balance is shown, which represents the dispensation of equal justice to all. This statue symbolizes feminine power and reinforces the concept of Justice, which is also depicted by…

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India is a very diverse country rich in culture, food, language, and heritage. Once our first prime minister Pt Jawaharlal Nehru Ji said “ India is not a country of 40 crore peoples but it is a country of 40 Crore opinion”. Before the independence of India, every leader whether from a radical or moderate group was clear that Britishers must leave our motherland at any how and at any cost. The moment we got “Poorna Swaraj” leaders present at that time like Sardar Patel Ji, Ambedkar Ji, Nehru Ji, and many more said that parties will come and go…

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Inspite of the Government initiatives for Intellectual Property Right, there is still a long way to go yet One of the identifying options of a developed country is that the study protection/emphasis given to holding rights. Patents and emblems square measure zealously guarded and luxuriate in the total protection of the law. This is, however, not the case in developing countries like India, wherever IPR protection continues to be a difficulty, chiefly due to the low level of awareness and inadequate and delayed judicial processes. Growth in IPR The level of protection might not be restricted, however there has been…

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Author: Nishant Kr. Srivastava, Advocate Laws, especially the penal laws, fundamentally are never meant to control or regulate the majority. Laws are enacted and get their moral and legal sanction from the societies owing to the fact that the societies feel that there are some stains of behavior that are against the accepted norms of social behaviour and are detrimental to the peace and tranquility in a given society. For example, the law regulating theft; marriage amongst siblings; law proscribing domestic violence, or for that matter the sedition laws. Similarly, secularism, respect for laws, respect for religious sentiments of others,…

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