Social media’s impact on our daily life, and the way people form opinion through social media information, has become the subject matter of the study for academician. Social media is a platform on which fake news can easily spread and have the power to amplify the speed and force of the message that advocate abuse against minorities and allow incendiary news spread like wildfire, that phrase fake news has been used in different context. Fake news fabricates the information with organizational process or intent, purpose of information is to mislead other into believing falsehood and doubting true facts, fake news contain many kinds of information such as propaganda, person exploited as satire, profit mechanism fake news etc. Almost every political party had their own IT department for fabrication of the information. In India there is no direct regulatory regime for the regulation of fake news and indirect regulation are sometimes conflicts with the right of freedom of speech and expression. This paper outline the current regulatory mechanism for the regulatory framework, tools and techniques used for the regulation, loopholes in the current regulatory mechanism and need for specific law for fake news and repercussions of regulation of social media content because it may affect individual right of freedom of speech and expression paper also discusses about various steps taken by WhatsApp in response to the Indian government concern over fake news.
Keywords- Social Media, Fake news, regulatory framework, tools and techniques of regulation and right to free speech
The present paper discusses in details the historical background and inception of Foreign Banks in India and also the evolution of the Regulatory Framework of Foreign in India. The development of Regulatory Framework of Foreign Banks in India could be broadly divided into 3 Phases. The paper discusses in great detail about the Banking Reforms in India and also how Reserve Bank of India regulates the entry and functioning of Foreign Banks in India. The paper also elaborates about the modes of existence of Foreign Banks in India and the procedure for opening and operating of Foreign Banks in a particular mode in India. The Paper discusses what are the reasons for limited presence of Foreign Banks in India and what factors are discouraging Foreign Banks from entering Indian Banking Sector. The Paper also discuss the regulatory compliance which Foreign Banks have to comply for operating in India and also how emergence of Foreign Bank has led to improvised customer services, competitive efficiency, provided cheaper banking services and better banking products in India.
Mediation is an effective means of settling disputes in a cost effective manner, this research article aims at bringing out the reasons as to why mediation in maritime sector should be encouraged, what the country needs in order to make mediation a preferred choice and what are the challenges which pose in India with respect to mediation in commercial matters.
Litigation can turn out to be vexatious, costly and time consuming. Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution mechanism which carries in itself a huge scope to decrease the backlog of cases and create a friendly environment between the corporates which can get into heated disputes. This research article aims at making the reader more wary about the laws, regulation and scope in the maritime mediation sector in India.