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’21 Week 15 (11/04 – 16/04)

Greetings! This week, Telawgram brings to you discussions ranging from the Limitation Act to the NCLAT on the national front and updates from Hong Kong’s voting laws to indigenous land rights in Brazil on the international front and much more. Happy Reading!

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’21 Week 14 – 04/04 – 10/04

Greetings! This week in TeLawgram, we discuss a wide range of news ranging from the Indian Supreme Court allowing deportation of Rohingyas to Putin’s new constitutional amendment to retain his presidency and much more. Happy Reading!

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’21 – Week 6 (04/02- 11/02)

Greetings! This week our updates look at decisions ranging from the Madras HC’s ruling on HRC recommendations to the ICC’s ruling on jurisdiction over crimes committed in Palestine. Happy Reading!

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TeLawgram Jan, 2021 – Roundup

Hello, this past week has seen several developments ranging from the Supreme Court staying the Bombay High Court judgment which ruled that skin-to-skin contact necessary for offence of ‘sexual assault’ under POCSO to the US Congressional Commission declaring a ‘possible genocide’ against Uighurs in China.
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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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11.10.20 – 17.10.20

Hello! This past week, we’ve seen a number of legal updates, ranging from the Delhi High Court issuing a notice to the Centre in the same sex marriage plea, to Bangladesh passing a law increasing the maximum punishment for rape from life imprisonment to death penalty.
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International Law

Annihilation of Democracy: Hong Kong’s National Security Law

Abhijeet Kashyap Introduction At a time when the whole world is facing the brunt of the deadly coronavirus, citizens of Hong Kong are facing the gravest form of human rights violation. Since mid-2019 the protests in the region have been in the media’s  spotlight across the world. These protests are nothing new for a nation […]

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Coronavirus Securities

Loot a house when it is on fire? : The fear of Chinese Hostile Takeovers during COVID 19

By Shreya Shrivastava The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound economic impact across the globe. The entire industrial sector has come to a halt and unemployment claims are soaring high with an all-time low demand, courtesy of government-mandated restrictions. It is quite obvious that this resulting market will likely bring a rise in instances of […]