BEING A CONSCIOUS BUSINESS : REFLECTIONS AGAINST THE MIRROR OF ESG

The current BRSR framework has been envisaged keeping in mind all the relevant factors from the viewpoint of stakeholders. However, there are certain grey areas which need immediate attention like the lack of sector specific information and straitjacket “yes/no” questions which could severely mislead a third party. 

Round up of developments in Indian Gaming Laws – 2022

MeiTY has issued directions to Indian telecom service providers to block access to foreign / gambling platforms. However, the grounds on which MeiTY has ordered blocking of the websites is unclear.

NOMINATION – SHIFT OF RESPONSIBILITY – DIRECTOR TO OFFICER – LEGAL METROLOGY RULESNOMINATION – SHIFT OF RESPONSIBILITY – DIRECTOR TO OFFICER – 

Background On 4th October 2022, the Legal Metrology (General) Rules, 2011 ("Rules”) were modified through the Legal Metrology (General) Amendment Rules, 2022 (“Amendment”). This Amendment brought about a welcome change in Rule 29 by creating a provision for shifting the ownership  and responsibility of compliance with the Legal Metrology Act, 2009 ("Act”) read along with all... Continue Reading →

E-Pharmacies – Indian v. Global perspectives

Introduction The Indian pharmaceutical market is the 3rd largest in the world by volume and 13th largest in terms of value. It has an estimated value of 41 Billion USD[1]. India is the largest provider of generic drugs, one of the largest suppliers of low-cost vaccines and has provided access to affordable HIV treatment. India accounts for... Continue Reading →

ARE YOU AN “UNDERTAKING” UNDER THE MOTOR TRANSPORT WORKERS ACT?

As a newly found transport company, have you also wondered whether the Motor Transport Workers Act applies to your organization? Are you, as a team of entrepreneurs, also uncertain whether the definitions within the Act include your company too? In this article, we shall look at the major definitions within the Motor Transport Workers Act... Continue Reading →

E-Sports: Framework and Challenges for Indian Business Owners

At present, the central legislations on gaming in India are limited to the Gambling Act 1867 and the Prize Competitions Act, 1955. Applicable in 16 states and union territories, the Gambling Act excludes from its purview, those games which require skill.[4] Empowered under List II of the Seventh Schedule of the Indian Constitution to regulate laws on betting and gambling, various states accordingly permit games which require skill, and prohibit those based purely on chance.    

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