Latest News on fundamental rights

'fundamental rights' - 14 Total Results

Supreme Court

Fundamental Rights of minority institution under Article 30 cannot be waived

A three judge bench of the Supreme Court upheld the position of law on minority status of educational institutions, as taken by Justice TS...
Taj-Mahal-Agra-UNI-2

When Monuments Become Documents

Above: The book gives a lot of attention to the Taj Corridor case where the SC saved the Taj Mahal from further degradation/Photo: UNI The...
Police Training: Setting New Guidelines

Protection of the fundamental right of the police personnel: Delhi HC issues notice to...

The Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice and sought responses from Centre and Delhi government on a suo motu initiated by it on...
Muslim women

SC issues notice to Centre, others, asks why Muslim women should not be allowed...

The Supreme Court on Tuesday (April 16) issued notice to Centre, National Commission for Women, Central Waqf Council and All India Muslim Personal Law...

A Dangerous Precedent?

Above: Attorney General KK Venugopal criticised the SC for giving itself enormous powers By Upendra Baxi In a surprising attack on constitutional morality, Attorney General KK...

Constitution Day: Making of India

November 26 is celebrated as Constitution Day, in celebration of the remarkable document that represents the supreme law of India, the Constitution of India,...
The Digital Divide

The Digital Divide

Illustration: Anthony Lawrence Indian courts are getting digitised but there are hiccups on the way—slow conversion of case records, red tape, incompetently executed renovations and...
Illustration by Anthony Lawrence

Tussle Over Guardianship: Facing the Music!

In a landmark judgment, the Delhi High Court has expanded the nature of fundamental rights by making the parents of a girl liable for...
9-judge SC bench declares privacy is a fundamental right

9-judge SC bench declares privacy is a fundamental right

Dealing a huge blow to the government’s insistence over attaching Aadhaar numbers to all and sundry services, the Supreme Court’s nine-judge bench on Thursday (August 24)...
Supreme Court clamps interim stay: No need to attach Aadhaar to PAN

Supreme Court clamps interim stay: No need to attach Aadhaar to PAN

Big defeat for the centre; apex court requests legislature to tone down notification The Supreme Court bench of Justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan on June...
Allahabad High court

Triple Talaq violates right to equality, says Allahabad High Court

Even as the legal validity of triple talaq will be examined by a constitution bench of the Supreme Court on May 11, the Allahabad...
Universities should be bastions of free speech but what happens when the debate does not take place in classrooms or lecture halls? Photo: Bhavana Gaur

“Allow Citizens to Express Opinions”

Article 19 (1) grants freedom of speech and expression. This right must be defended even if the majority does not like it. ~By Justice...
Reaching out, Reaching all

Reaching out, Reaching all

The first-ever conclave of the India Legal Research Foundation held in Ranchi took a long hard look at the reasons why access to justice...
MHA Disowns Tibetan Citizens

MHA Disowns Tibetan Citizens

  Even though the law and courts say that all persons, including children born between 1950 and 1987 to Tibetan refugees, are citizens of India...

'fundamental rights' - 14 News Results

Supreme Court

Fundamental Rights of minority institution under Article 30 cannot be waived

A three judge bench of the Supreme Court upheld the position of law on minority status of educational institutions, as taken by Justice TS...
Taj-Mahal-Agra-UNI-2

When Monuments Become Documents

Above: The book gives a lot of attention to the Taj Corridor case where the SC saved the Taj Mahal from further degradation/Photo: UNI The...
Police Training: Setting New Guidelines

Protection of the fundamental right of the police personnel: Delhi HC issues notice to...

The Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice and sought responses from Centre and Delhi government on a suo motu initiated by it on...
Muslim women

SC issues notice to Centre, others, asks why Muslim women should not be allowed...

The Supreme Court on Tuesday (April 16) issued notice to Centre, National Commission for Women, Central Waqf Council and All India Muslim Personal Law...

A Dangerous Precedent?

Above: Attorney General KK Venugopal criticised the SC for giving itself enormous powers By Upendra Baxi In a surprising attack on constitutional morality, Attorney General KK...

Constitution Day: Making of India

November 26 is celebrated as Constitution Day, in celebration of the remarkable document that represents the supreme law of India, the Constitution of India,...
The Digital Divide

The Digital Divide

Illustration: Anthony Lawrence Indian courts are getting digitised but there are hiccups on the way—slow conversion of case records, red tape, incompetently executed renovations and...
Illustration by Anthony Lawrence

Tussle Over Guardianship: Facing the Music!

In a landmark judgment, the Delhi High Court has expanded the nature of fundamental rights by making the parents of a girl liable for...
9-judge SC bench declares privacy is a fundamental right

9-judge SC bench declares privacy is a fundamental right

Dealing a huge blow to the government’s insistence over attaching Aadhaar numbers to all and sundry services, the Supreme Court’s nine-judge bench on Thursday (August 24)...
Supreme Court clamps interim stay: No need to attach Aadhaar to PAN

Supreme Court clamps interim stay: No need to attach Aadhaar to PAN

Big defeat for the centre; apex court requests legislature to tone down notification The Supreme Court bench of Justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan on June...
Allahabad High court

Triple Talaq violates right to equality, says Allahabad High Court

Even as the legal validity of triple talaq will be examined by a constitution bench of the Supreme Court on May 11, the Allahabad...
Universities should be bastions of free speech but what happens when the debate does not take place in classrooms or lecture halls? Photo: Bhavana Gaur

“Allow Citizens to Express Opinions”

Article 19 (1) grants freedom of speech and expression. This right must be defended even if the majority does not like it. ~By Justice...
Reaching out, Reaching all

Reaching out, Reaching all

The first-ever conclave of the India Legal Research Foundation held in Ranchi took a long hard look at the reasons why access to justice...
MHA Disowns Tibetan Citizens

MHA Disowns Tibetan Citizens

  Even though the law and courts say that all persons, including children born between 1950 and 1987 to Tibetan refugees, are citizens of India...

'fundamental rights' - 0 Videos Results

Recent Stories