Anoushka Mehta

Anoushka Mehta is currently a penultimate year law student (B.A., LL.B) (Hons.) at Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai. She is a reviewer at Economic & Political Weekly and is also pursuing a Diploma in Advanced Contract Drafting, Negotiation and Dispute Resolution. She aims to write on legal issues alongside working in the area of corporate law.

Latest Articles By Anoushka Mehta

ED Arrests Chanda Kochhar’s Husband in Rs 1875 Crore Loan Scam

Deepak Kochhar’s arrest comes in connection with a money-laundering probe arising out of ICICI Bank’s "illegal" sanction of loans to Videocon Group of companies.

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Netflix Restrained From Releasing ‘Bad Boy Billionaires’ After Ramalinga Raju Obtains a Stay Order From SC

SC refused to hear Netflix’s appeal against the restraining injunction passed by a Hyderabad Civil Court that stayed the release of a docuseries featuring Ramalinga Raju.

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52 Black Franchisee Owners Accuse McDonald’s of Racial Discrimination

The former Black franchisee owners operated altogether around 200 restaurants from the 1980s till now.

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Interpol Issues Red Notice Against Ami Modi Over Allegations of Money Laundering

Last month, Interpol issued a Red Corner notice against the wife of Nirav Modi, Ms. Ami Modi. Nirav is the prime accused in the Rs 13,500 crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud case. The notice has been issued in connection with the money laundering case registered against Ms. Modi in India.

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Dr Kafeel Khan’s Speech Does Not Promote Hatred and Violence, Affirms Allahabad HC

Dr Kafeel Khan has been released from the Mathura Jail after Allahabad HC sets aside his detention under the provisions of National Security Act. He was booked due to his proactive Anti-CAA speech at Aligarh Muslim University on December 13, 2019.

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Pay Interest for Delay; Home Buyers Entitled to Compensation for Delay in Possession: SC to Developers

In the case of DLF Southern Homes and Annavbel builders, SC states that the flat purchasers cannot be left in the lurch and are entitled to compensation for delay in possession by the developers.

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In a first, New Zealand Court hands down a life imprisonment sentence without the option of parole

Your crimes are so wicked that even if you are detained until you die it will not exhaust the requirements of punishment and denunciation" – Judge Cameron Mander

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Online Sellers File another Anti Trust Case against Amazon over Deep Discounts

All India Online Vendors Association files a case against Amazon in the CCI alleging preferential treatment by the company to some sellers. The group claims that such anti-competitive behaviour drives out independent vendors from the business.

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RBI paves the way for Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) for digital payments

The Central Bank released a circular on August 6, 2020, wherein PSOs and its participants are required to have an ODR system in place by January 1, 2021.

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Tell us whether spectrum can be sold or not: SC in the AGR Case

SC asks Solicitor General Tushar Mehta whether the telecom spectrum can be sold by the Telecom companies for the AGR dues; next hearing of the matter on 14th August.

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