Dark patterns: deceptive business tactics


The Department of Consumer Affairs and the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) recently held a joint consultation with stakeholders on the menace of ‘dark patterns’.

UCC: instrument for the promotion of equality and justice for all citizens


Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called for the enactment of a UCC, pointing out the anomaly of having varying laws for different categories of citizens.

Issues in the Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction treaty


Recently, the UN adopted the Marine Biodiversity of Areas Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ) or the High Seas Treaty. 

Programmability for digital currency 


Central banks worldwide are actively exploring the concept of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) to complement physical cash and traditional banking systems. 

Framework of revenue deficit consolidation


The States in India mobilize altogether more than a third of total revenue, spend 60% of combined government expenditure, and have a share in government borrowing that is around 40%, thus up-to-date understanding...

Looking ahead for an equitable policing system


As the Leader’s Summit of the G20 inches closer, the dialogue on the glaring gender disparity in policing has failed to garner adequate attention.

India -U.S. initiatives on Critical and Emerging Technology


The U.S. and India are poised to lead in clean energy transformation, shore up and diversify global semi-conductor supply chains and supply chains in other critical goods, and lead the revolution in AI (Artificial Intelligence), advanced computing, biotech, and quantum computing.

Scaling Up Climate-Smart Agriculture


An estimated 22 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions in 2019 were from the agriculture, forestry, and other land use sectors.

Role of proper food standards in ensuring the safety


World Food Safety Day is celebrated annually on 7 June, with the purpose to promote awareness and action on food safety. 

Collaborate to strengthen the rare earth supply chain and build resilience


Driven largely by the global shift towards clean energy technologies such as electric vehicles, wind power, and solar power the global demand for rare earth elements is expected to reach 315,000 tonnes by 2030.

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