The Nipah virus is a zoonotic pathogen from the family Paramyxoviridae, genus Henipavirus. The zoonotic cycle of NiV includes fruit bats also known as flying foxes of the family Pteropodidae (natural hosts) and pigs (intermediate hosts). Infected bats act as a carrier for NiV and it is communicable to both humans as well as animals and various cases also suggest its transmission via nosocominal mode. The majority of the patients infected with the virus show symptoms of central nervous system damage along with acute encephalitis with fever, dizziness, or vomiting and till now no formal treatment has been developed for the same.
With a primary focus on consumer protection, the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020 created an extensive structure for managing the environment of online business. It is a crucial step towards regulating the e-commerce industry and aims to protect consumers' rights and interests in the online market. These regulations cover a broad range of clauses, such as those pertaining to data protection, openness, product quality, and dispute settlement. They work to make sure that e-commerce platforms uphold fairness, accountability, and moral standards while giving customers convenient ways to voice complaints. The adoption of these regulations is in keeping with a larger global trend to bolster consumer protection laws in the quickly developing field of Internet commerce. These rules signify a significant shift towards bolstering consumer rights and confidence in online shopping, acknowledging the growing importance of e-commerce in contemporary consumer markets.
Chaitanya Abstract India has a known history of water scarcity, droughts, and also, waterborne diseases. Various efforts have been made to address issues related to drinking water from the government side. The latest addition to this list is an ambitious…
Holding the current Presidency of the Group of 20 or G 20, India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s able leadership has adopted a number of fresh initiatives to bolster ties with the leading economies of the world. The adoption of the New Delhi Leader’s Declaration has been making headlines since September 10. Another major initiative of the summit is the announcement of the mega India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor (IMEC). This article tries to reflect upon the various details of the proposed economic corridor and the major reasons behind announcing such a massive project.
Bringing an end to the Ukraine war will help bring back wheat, corn, and sunflower oil from Ukraine and Russia to the market. This will help lower inflation and, in turn, help US President Joe Biden's re-election chances.
Initiatives like Giving to Earth Amplify Action (GAEA) play an increasingly important role in the unwavering quest for a sustainable future. GAEA has gained notoriety as a light of hope as we negotiate the complex web of climate change, environmental degradation, and social injustice. This policy update provides a thorough examination of GAEA's history, accomplishments, influence, operation, and most recent advancements in the ever-changing field of environmental advocacy.
In the intricate tapestry of India's legal and governance landscape, the realm of public policy stands as a realm of great potential for law students. With their deep understanding of legal frameworks, analytical prowess, and critical thinking skills, law students are uniquely positioned to influence and shape policies that drive societal progress. This article delves into the promising avenues available for law students in India who aspire to contribute to public policy. Furthermore, it highlights how IMPRI (Impact and Policy Research Institute) online courses can serve as a beacon for skill enhancement and specialized learning in this field.