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All about MSME | MSME Benefits, Schemes in India

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In India, MSMEs are even considered a backbone by few scholars as it accounts for almost 8% of the country’s GDP, 45% of manufacturing output, and over 40% of exports. In addition to this, MSMEs are a vital part of the Indian economy and have contributed to the country’s socio-economic growth. It creates job possibilities and contributes to the development …

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Right to Internet is a Fundamental Right or Not

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The Internet plays a significant role with the escalation of technology in modern times. Hence, the important question that would arise is whether access to the internet can be considered as a human right or not? It has been declared by the United Nations Human Right Council General Assembly in 2016 that Right to Internet is an essential human right.  …

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Constitutionalism of Minority Rights in India

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Accepting diversities in a country is the pillar of a great civilization. All over the world, minority rights are now being given greater visibility and relevance. Minority groups are the people who are secluded in society just because the majority groups are more in number than then and are in a dominant position that the minority groups. The minority groups …

Personal Guarantor Under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 | DMA Advocates

Personal Guarantor Under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016

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The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“Code”) is one of the most significant legislative developments in recent years, resulting in a flurry of litigation, multiple legal interpretations, and regular modifications to deal with non-performing assets held by various Indian financial institutions. Originally, banks requiring personal guarantees from Promoters to secure their ‘skin in the game’ would always demand them and ensure …

Competition (amendment) Bill, 2020: from a Digital Market Perspective

Competition (Amendment) Bill, 2020: from a Digital Market Perspective

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Every economy has to change its market policies to keep up with global standards and technological advances. The Competition Act was one such change due to liberalization in 1991 to prepare Indian markets to deal with competition and control anti-competition practices. In 2018, a similar need was felt by the Government of India to review the 2002 Act and to …