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Author-Bibanshu Mishra

Cyberstalking is stalking or harassment that has been done online. It is a form of mental hurt given by a person to another person. In cyber stalking there is no direct communication and most of the time the victims don't realize that they are being stalked online. The offender stalks the victim through various methods and steals the data of the victim. Not only this the offender can steal the personal data online can use it to blackmail the victim in offline mode. 

Types of Cyber Stalking
·E-mail Stalking
One of the most common forms of stalking in which the offender sends emails to the victims in which various prizes are offered in exchange for a victim's personal data. This data is used to threaten, blackmail and infect the data of the victim.
·Internet Stalking
Here, the offender uses the internet to slander the victims. It is used to publically harass someone with slangs, death threats and hate. This form of stalking is the most useful i…
Author-Bibanshu Mishra

According to Section 3 of the Indian Trust Act, 1882. Trust is a fiduciary relationship between property and owner for the benefit other party or owner and another party both.
The person who declares the confidence in the trust is known as the author of the trust.
The person who accepts the confidence is called the trustee.
The person for whose benefit the confidence is accepted is called the beneficiary.
The subject matter of the trust is called trust property.
The instrument by which the trust is declared is called Instrument of Trust.

How Trust is created?
According to Section 6 of the Indian Trust Act, 1882. Trust is created when the author or owner of the trust do or intend to do certain things –
·Intention to create trust
·Defines the Purpose of the trust
·Property of the trust
According to Section 7 of the same act, a trust may be created by every person competent to contract that means the age of majority, sane in mind and with free co…
Public Sector Undertaking Author-Bibanshu Mishra

Meaning- Public Sector undertaking also known as PSUs is a body in which more than 50 percent stakes is of government. If the body is owned by the central government then it is known as Central Public Sector Undertaking and if it is owned by the State Government then it is known as State Public Sector Undertaking.
Features of Public Sector Undertaking
·Ownership of the Government- The government is having more than 50 percent stakes in the body that results in the ownership of the body.
·Service Motive- The main objective of these bodies is to provide service to the citizens.
·Finance- The finance provider to these bodies is the government.
·Accountability– These bodies are accountable to the public who are the taxpayers. The audit of these companies is done by the CAG every year.
Types of Public Sector Undertaking
·Departmental Undertaking- It is a type of Public Sector Undertaking that is run as a government department and is operated by…
Author- Robin Sharma

Corona virus, the term which is nowadays becoming a great cause of concern all over the world not only as a global pandemic but also as a threat to economy. Started from China it is spreading rapidly all over the world. Corona viruses were first found in humans in 1960s. The viruses cause the flu and gastro intestinal problems. The virus has protrusions on its surface. The protrusions are made of proteins. The virus can also infect cattle, dogs, pigs, camels, birds, apart from humans. The disease is Coronavirus disease or COVID-19.
Coronaviruses are a diverse group of viruses that infect and cause disease in humans and other animals, including pigs and chickens. Coronaviruses are so named because of the crown like appearance of their virus particles when seen under an electron microscope (corona means crown).
The new corona virus outbreak is linked to a market in Wuhan which sold meat and live animals. It is thought that i…