Volume 1 Issue 3

Drone Law and its Changing Dimensions

Authors: Aditya Shah and Zoya Sheikh

Abstract: With time, drones have evolved a lot since their inception due to the technological advancements taking place in the field of aeronautics. Today they have the ability to help mankind through their contributions in enforcement, mapping and delivery, but at the same time have disrupted peace by posing a threat to a nation’s security or an individual’s privacy. And so, to understand their intricacies in a comprehensive manner, this research will be providing an overview as to how drones are being used, its potential future application(s) and analyze the laws governing them. 

Anti-Hijacking Laws and Treaties

Authors: Blessy Rachel and Mithra M.

Abstract: When we see aircraft in the sky, we often feel contented to take a flight to our dream destination. Imagine a scenario whilst a Boeing flight with quite a good amount of mob waiting to travel to their desired destination. Targeted by some greedy wants of some individuals or a group of folks. This act of the seizure of an aeroplane and its forcible diversion to destinations chosen is termed aircraft hijacking.

Historical Development of Aviation Law

Authors: Sri Siri Tarimala and Yuva Sri

Abstract: Since 1919 there have been significant changes in Aviation Law. In the International Public Aviation Law, various multilateral treaties were started. Multilateral conventions on Public Aviation Law were concluded and multilateral conventions on Private Aviation Law were adopted between World Wars I and II. There are three Principles of Aviation Law. Sovereignty, Aircraft Nationality and Cabotage.

Agri Reforms and its Impact on the Agri Sector

Author: Priti Saigal

Abstract: As a significant Agri producer in the world, India has set sail on the waters of new policies. While it is a move in the right direction, India needs a combination of reforms, investments, support prices and subsidies. The test lies in developing the rules for each of the bills with fine details leading to profitable farmers, happy consumers and prosperous planet. Agriculture sector is the cornerstone of India’s economy and a majority of India’s population is dependent on it as the source of sustenance. Two-thirds of India’s 1.3 billion population depend on farming for their livelihood; however, the Agri sector makes up only 17% of the nation’s total GDP. India has a phenomenal potential in agriculture but archaic laws and regulations have held back investments resulting in depressed productivity. The agricultural sector reforms announced by the government of India in 2020 will sow the seeds of prosperity which shall not just transform agriculture, but the entire rural economy of Bharat.

Law Regarding Cyberbullying

Authors: Janvi Kanodia and Shailvee Vashishtha

Abstract: There has been a substantial surge in cyberbullying since the internet has become an integral part of our life. Cyberbullying indicates the employment of digital technology and internet communication to badger, frighten, terrorize, or humiliate others. While India has mentioned various consequences for cyber bullying under IT Act, 2000 and IPC section 66 and 67 , it is still not identified as a criminal offence. Moreover, technology has advanced beyond the scope of existing laws, therefore, amendments are required. This paper will focus on what cyber bullying means, its repercussions, laws against it in different countries, laws in India and amendments required.