Amidst the high demand for food delivery, Swiggy and Zomato are facing a shortage of delivery partners. Is this part of a bigger problem with their business models? What needs to change to ensure their continued success?
This is part two of Out of the Woods, a two-part series that explores the implication of treating Mother Nature as a legal entity....
How can technological advancement further the cause of justice innovation?
Technology can improve the way that citizens engage with the law. Citizen feedback is crucial to a healthy legal system- what technological tools can improve the pre-legislative consultation process in India?
A group of international lawyers have petitioned the MEA for greater documentation of State practice. Why is there a need for transparency and accountability in State practice?
The Madras High Court declared 'Mother Nature' as a living entity. What are the implications of such a judgement?
Sakshi Lama*, a tea garden worker in West Bengal’s Alipurduar District, is relatively at peace since it is now the peak season for harvesting...
Weakening encryption technology has serious implications on privacy and security. What are the workarounds to breaking end-to-end encryption?
The Competition Commission of India is of the opinion that Google has been abusing its dominant position as a news aggregator. How do we ensure that news publishers do not receive the short end of the stick?
The Draft Data Protection Bill is holding social media platforms hostage by risking their safe harbour protections. It also risks the privacy and freedom of speech that users are entitled to.
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