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“I congratulate the MNLU Mumbai Law Review team for coming up with this blog. As the past one year has shown, the reach of technology in ensuring access to knowledge remains unparalleled. A platform such as this one would undoubtedly contribute to that end by offering space to some of the finest scholarly work in the field of legal studies. My best wishes for this endeavour.”

-Prof. (Dr.) Dilip Ukey, the Vice Chancellor, MNLU Mumbai


Information Technology Rules, 2021 – A Blemished Approach towards Unbridled Regulations

by Devashish Tiwari and Ayush Sharma, students at JIMS, School of Law (Affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi) Introduction Ever since the notification of the Information Technology (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021, the government of the day has been receiving backlash from all corners of society. Under the … Continue reading Information Technology Rules, 2021 – A Blemished Approach towards Unbridled Regulations

Wednesbury and Proportionality – Antipodes

by Manas Agrawal and Ritu Bhatia, students at National Law School of India University, Bangalore Presently, the courts rely on the Wednesbury principle while adjudicating administrative action. However, it is submitted by the authors that a more equitable solution for Fundamental Rights Adjudication is that of Proportionality compared to Wednesbury. This is the crux of … Continue reading Wednesbury and Proportionality – Antipodes

Equalisation Levy 2.0: A Half Baked Scheme too soon?

By Ayushi Singh, student at Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow Introduction Rapid digitalization of the economy and evolved business models, coupled with the exceeding dominance of some global giants in the market naturally gave rise to a new a sphere of taxation to eliminate the unfair advantage availed by non-resident companies over … Continue reading Equalisation Levy 2.0: A Half Baked Scheme too soon?