THE RIGHT TO REPAIR & PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE: NEW HORIZONS IN THE INDIAN IP LANDSCAPE

THE RIGHT TO REPAIR & PLANNED OBSOLESCENCE: NEW HORIZONS IN THE INDIAN IP LANDSCAPE

[By Sakshi Shrivastava, a student of Hidayatullah National Law University] Introduction While a faulty automobile will invariably lead you to a mechanic, a faulty smartphone will most often lead you to buy a new one. The added complexities of modern-day electronic devices have rendered them virtually incapable of having a repair infrastructure. Putting the innovative capital cost…

The Village Nobody Talked About: An International Law Analysis of Chinese Hamlet in Arunachal through the Prism of India

The Village Nobody Talked About: An International Law Analysis of Chinese Hamlet in Arunachal through the Prism of India

[By Rakshit Sehrawat, a student of Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, and Shreya Tripathi, a student of Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur] ‘Territorial Integrity’ is one of the most invoked phrases in the International Legal System. It is recognized as one of the linchpins of the International legal world, grounded on the fundamental concepts of…