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Corona – Assassin Of Dead’s Dignity

Ayesha Afrose and M. Anantha Pavithra, B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology Abstract: In this age of pervasiveness, not only life but also death has changed. Increasing deaths during Covid-19 have led to various omissions. The burial or cremation of the deceased is never the same during this epidemic, but the rights granted to the dead are micro and are not absolute in manner. This epidemic has brought not only the economic and health crisis to our country but also the crisis towards human faith in his … Continue reading Corona – Assassin Of Dead’s Dignity

Refinement In Antitrust Regulation Of Big Data

Adv. Subramanya V. Mysore ABSTRACT “Big data” is a buzzword in the technology space of late; its reach is beyond the horizon. To name a few, big data is being devised in healthcare, public administration, sports, financial markets, and now in the legal realm. With increased penetration of big data in business operations and in daily interaction, it is subjecting everything that comes its way to a multidimensional transformation. However, with the change comes certain legal concerns, especially when there is no tangible regulatory mechanism in the domain of antitrust regulation … Continue reading Refinement In Antitrust Regulation Of Big Data


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    Ayesha Afrose and M. Anantha Pavithra, B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology Abstract: In this age of pervasiveness, not only life but also death has changed. Increasing deaths during Covid-19 have led to various omissions. The burial or cremation of the deceased is never the same during this epidemic, but the rights granted to the dead are micro and are not absolute in manner. This epidemic has brought not only the economic and health crisis to our country but also the crisis towards human faith in his … Continue reading Corona – Assassin Of Dead’s Dignity
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  • Expansion of Article 21 to include Right to have a Dignified Funeral of COVID-19 dead victim
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  • The Plodder of the Pandemic on Child Labors.
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1.1.Ayesha Afrose and M. Anantha Pavithra
2.2.Adv. Subramanya V. Mysore

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