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Aug 23, 2016 · New Delhi: Latest reports suggest visiting and viewing information from torrent site and blocked URLs in India would land one in jail for 3 years including a penalty of Rs 3 lakh. Over the years, the government has banned thousands of websites and URLs in the country with the help of internet service providers or under the directive of the courts.
However, no law in India discusses the aspect of display/ disclosure of "country of origin" on the seller's website. The issue relating to display of "country of origin" on e-commerce websites has gained momentum recently in the wake Prime Minister's vision of "Atmanirbhar Bharat" and subsequent efforts of the Indian Government to weed out
India Law Journal’s Managing Editor Vikrant Pachnanda spoke with Prof. Stephan Hobe about the law revolving around subsidies in the aviation sector that is prevalent in the European Union. Ques: Can the subsidies be deemed valid if there is no direct effect on the prices of the tickets due to the subsidies?