[Premium] Fugitive Economic Offenders Act 2018 – Why is it Necessary?

Recently, there have been many instances of Enforcement Directorate (ED) filing charge sheet against economic offenders under the Fugitive Economic Offenders Act, 2018. In this scenario, it is essential to understand the need, features, benefits, and concerns regarding the Fugitive Economic Offenders Act, 2018.

This article explains the following in an analytical manner with a mindmap for better understanding and quick revision.

  1. What is the need for Fugitive Economic Offenders Act? (Benefits)
  2. What are the existing laws for seizing Assets?
  3. What are the salient features of Fugitive Economic Offenders Act, 2018?
  4. What are the Challenges in implementing the law?
  5. What is the way forward?

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[Premium] PepsiCo Vs Potato Farmers Case – Protecting Seed Sovereignty

PepsiCo, a multi-million dollar conglomerate, has sued Gujarati farmers asking them to pay ₹1.05 crore each for alleged violation of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).

The company claimed that farmers violated its patent rights by cultivating the potato variety used in its chips product named Lays.

However, after facing boycott calls by potato farmers and the government’s pressure, PepsiCo has offered to withdraw the case if the farmers stop growing the registered potato variety used in its Lays chips.

This issue highlights the importance of seed sovereignty and the role played by the Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights (PPV&FR) Act, 2001 in protecting the rights of the farmers and prevent seed monopoly.

This article explains the following in an analytical manner with a mindmap for quick revision:

  1. What is the issue?
  2. What is PepsiCo's perspective?
  3. What is the farmers' perspective?
  4. What is contract farming?
  5. What is seed sovereignty?
  6. What are the salient features of Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmers' Rights (PPV&FR) Act, 2001?
  7. Why is the PPV&FR Act significant?
  8. What is the way forward?

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[Table] Comparison between various Posts/Bodies (constitutional & non-constitutional) – Revise Faster

Indian Polity is one of the most scoring but difficult subjects. It means it is easy to score high marks in this subject if you have your facts right. But it is difficult to score if you have confused the facts and you will come back from the exam hall with regret even though you’ve prepared the subject well but failed to do comparisons…

Child Sexual Abuse in India – The Piercing Sound of Silence

Child sexual abuse, also called as child molestation, is a form of child abuse in which a girl or a boy who is under the age of 18 years forced into sexual intercourse with an adult or older adolescent in order to satisfy the sexual desires of the latter.Be it touching a child’s private parts to gain pleasure or forcing them to touch theirs, showing adult contents or exposing themselves naked in front of a child would also be a form of sexual abuse.

[Premium] Child Labour – India’s Hidden Shame

There are 1.01 crore children between the ages of 5 to 14 being made to work as child labourers in India, according to Government of India’s Children In India 2018 report which is based on Census 2011 data.

This article explains the following in an analytical manner.

  1. Who is a child?
  2. What is Child Labour?
  3. How children are exploited for Labour in India?
  4. What is the statistics of child labour in India?
  5. What is the nature of child labour in India?
  6. What are the causes of Child Labour in India?
  7. What are the impacts of child labour?
  8. What are the International Safeguards against Child Labour?
  9. What are the measures taken by India?
  10. What are the Challenges in reducing child labour in India?
  11. What is the way forward?

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