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13.11.20 – 19.11.20

Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Tamil Nadu Government considering regulating online gambling to the Asia Pacific states entering into a Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership. Happy Reading!

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International Law

Hong Kong’s Dwindling Identities and Liberties

Neeraja Rajesh From the Star Ferry Riots (1966) to the Anti- Extradition Bill Protests (2019), the city-state of Hong Kong is no stranger to the fight against arbitrariness and the concomitant sacrifices demanded by a thirst to retain its identity. Impediments to basic freedoms have plagued the region incessantly, ultimately culminating in the ‘Law of […]

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06.11.20 – 13.11.20

Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Supreme Court halting the enforcement of the Antrix Arbitral Award to the President of Kosovo being indicted on war crimes. Happy Reading!

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30.10.20-05.11.20

Hello! This past week has seen several developments ranging from the National Green Tribunal issuing a notice to 18 States and UTs to ban the use of firecrackers to New Zealand legalizing euthanasia for terminally ill patients. Happy reading!

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Constitutional Law Policy

Analysing Online Fantasy Sports Gaming in India

Sarthak Bhardwaj On 18th September, 2020, Paytm was temporarily removed from Google Playstore. Google alleged that Paytm flouted its gambling policies. In an official blog post, Suzanne Frey, Vice President, Android Security and Privacy, wrote, how they “don’t allow online casinos or support any unregulated gambling apps that facilitate sports betting.” This incident brings into […]