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CGD Networks: Shaping the Future, Lessons from the Past

Legislations are intended to address issues involving specific subject matter. A right granted under one legislation may be affected by the provisions of another legislation. A logical question that follows is – which provision would prevail? The obvious answer is that the legislation dealing with the specific subject matter should prevail over general legislation.

Green Credit Rules: The New Gold Rush?

Legislations are intended to address issues involving specific subject matter. A right granted under one legislation may be affected by the provisions of another legislation. A logical question that follows is – which provision would prevail? The obvious answer is that the legislation dealing with the specific subject matter should prevail over general legislation.

CGD Networks and Exclusivity Concerns

Legislations are intended to address issues involving specific subject matter. A right granted under one legislation may be affected by the provisions of another legislation. A logical question that follows is – which provision would prevail? The obvious answer is that the legislation dealing with the specific subject matter should prevail over general legislation.

CGD Network- Balancing Exclusivity and Consumer Interests

Legislations are intended to address issues involving specific subject matter. A right granted under one legislation may be affected by the provisions of another legislation. A logical question that follows is – which provision would prevail? The obvious answer is that the legislation dealing with the specific subject matter should prevail over general legislation.

Board Report and the State of Company’s Affairs

Legislations are intended to address issues involving specific subject matter. A right granted under one legislation may be affected by the provisions of another legislation. A logical question that follows is – which provision would prevail? The obvious answer is that the legislation dealing with the specific subject matter should prevail over general legislation.

Providing Personal Data: An Overview under Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023

The Parliament of India passed The Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023 (‘Act’)  on August 11, 2023. The Act recognises the right of individuals to protect their personal data and the need to process such personal data. This write-up enquires into the manner in which personal data is to be shared by an individual while also discussing the manner in which entities may process this personal data.

The Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021: Focusing on the 2023 Amendment

The Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 (‘2021 Rules’)[1] were released by the Central Government in February 2021. The 2021 Rules are framed further to the exercise of powers by the Government of India under Section 87(2) of the Information Technology Act, 2000. The 2021 Rules have now been amended vide Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code) Amendment Rules, 2023. (‘2023 Amendment’).

Indian Carbon Market: Prospects and Challenges

With the increasing reliance on renewable sources of energy, India is leaving no stone unturned to fulfil the targets set forth by it in COP26. This rapid transition to renewable energy is causing an irreversible impact on biodiversity which merits adequate attention from relevant quarters. This article seeks to map the effect of growth in renewable energy infrastructure on biodiversity and the legal framework in this regard.

Renewable Energy and Biodiversity – Legal Framework

With the increasing reliance on renewable sources of energy, India is leaving no stone unturned to fulfil the targets set forth by it in COP26. This rapid transition to renewable energy is causing an irreversible impact on biodiversity which merits adequate attention from relevant quarters. This article seeks to map the effect of growth in renewable energy infrastructure on biodiversity and the legal framework in this regard.

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