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Prashant Panjiar

MORE THAN JUST AN ADJOURNMENT DISEASE

Justice Karanam Sreedhar Rao has rightly focused attention in his column in this issue of India Legal on the malignancy that has metastasized throughout...
KKV IN THE HOT SEAT

KKV IN THE HOT SEAT

Above: KK Venugopal, who takes over from Mukul Rohatgi, will also have to resolve several questions regarding a code of ethics for the AG’s...
Closed liquor shops along a highway in Punjab

Article 142: Cudgel or Balm?

While this Article confers powers bordering on the absolute to the apex court, it has been used in the past with reason and restraint~By...
Lawyers of the Patna High Court staging a demonstration in protest against the proposed Advocates Amendment Bill on March 31. Photo: UNI

SHOULD BAR ASSOCIATIONS PRACTISE ADVOCACY?

~By Inderjit Badhwar Lawyers’ protests, like the recent one backed by the Bar Council of India, raise an interesting issue. While these professionals are perfectly within...
The just-concluded UP assembly elections saw political parties spending huge sums on campaigns. Photo: UNI

ELECTORAL REFORM: A STERN REMINDER

By Inderjit BadhwarNewspaper editorials, public interest bodies, educational institutions and good governance advocates periodically issue calls for electoral reforms, but most of them fade...
Picture: Getty Images

Is American law enforcement agency soft on Dawood?

What happened to the Dawood Ibrahim-terrorist connection in the 2017 report?~By Inderjit BadhwarWhy does the International Narcotics Strategy Report (2017) not mention international terrorist...
Afghan refugees arrive at the Greek island of Kos on an overcrowded dinghy. Photo: UNI

IMMIGRANTS HAVE RIGHTS

~By Inderjit BadhwarIt is ironical that in today’s world, which has been shaped by waves upon waves of human migrations over the millennia, “immigration”...
Editor-in-Chief, India Legal, Inderjit Badhwar explains the rationale behind the fortnightly going weekly from February, starting this issue

THE WEEK THAT IS

~By Inderjit Badhwar Starting with this issue of India Legal our fortnightly takes on a new avatar—we go weekly. The transition, long in the making, is...
Interview of Chintan Chandrachud 2

“We emphasise too much on getting it right and not enough on getting it...

Dr Chintan Chandrachud, at an early age, has carved a niche for himself in the field of law. Coming from a renowned lawyer family,...
Inderjit Badhwar 16/01/2017

Lessons For Mr Urjit Patel

Arun Shourie is not only a journalist, as most Indians see him, but also a towering man of letters, a former BJP Union minister,...
CAN EC INTERFERE IN BUDGET?

CAN EC INTERFERE IN BUDGET?

The recent India Legal show deliberated on whether the Union Budget should be postponed in the light of assembly elections in five states, starting...
A grab of the video on the discussion conducted by APN News in Rudhani, IP

Ballot Box

A discussion for APN News, hosted by India Legal Editor-in-Chief Inderjit Badhwar, reveals that the people of Ujhani in UP are extremely angry over demonetisation...
Inderjit Badhwar

What Really Counts

When the re-launch architects of India Legal began framing the editorial parameters of this magazine three years ago—in January 2014—we struggled to come up...
Editor-in-Chief Inderjit Badhwar

Modi’s Experiment with Truth

By Inderjit BadhwarI have just returned from a 600-km reportorial road trip, accompanied by a camera crew from India Legal’s sister concern, APN NEWS,...

The Curse of OROP

The faujis are unflinching in their commitment to protect our border. Why then do political parties deny them their due?By Inderjit BadhwarThe LoC...
Inderjit Badhwar (The Demonetization Reality Show)

THE DEMONETIZATION REALITY SHOW

My colleague Dilip Bobb, now senior managing editor of India Legal, and I had just wound up a popular talk show on APN news...
Grab of APN Channel Show 'Afat' Kaal

APN’s special show deconstructs demonetization

The jury is still out on whether it was a wise decision. Will the surgical strike on black money yield the desired result or...
Legal luminary and legal educator Prof. NR Madhava Menon

Continuing Education for Lawyers Crucial: Prof. NR Madhava Menon

 At a felicitation ceremony for this “Father of Modern Legal Education in India”, many issues were discussed including the need for more law schools...

A Moveable Feast

Sometimes by default, often by design—especially when the editors have enough advance time to plan ahead (which they rarely have the luxury of doing...

Supreme Court allows photos of CM, Governors, cabinet ministers in government ads

The Supreme Court on Friday permitted publication of photographs of chief ministers, Governors as well as cabinet and state ministers in public advertisements, and...

Letter From The Editor

We carry in this issue a chapter from President Pranab Mukherjee's book The Turbulent Years. It is a vivid account of a significant downturn...

Letter From The Editor

The unfolding events in Arunachal Pradesh—elaborated in detail in our cover story—point to systemic imbalances which, if not addressed by all those who care...

Letter From The Editor

India’s Republic Day is commemorated each year with pomp and circumstance and is associated increasingly with a jingoistic display of military muscle in order...

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

Our courts are going to have a handful. Already overburdened by a mindboggling backlog of cases of every conceivable nature—civil, criminal, jurisdictional, international—the higher...

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

The long-awaited tantalizing Supreme Court judgment in the NJAC case was out in the public domain on October 16—about four months after the conclusion...

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

 Writing the year-end edit is often a lonely and onerous task. This is largely because, through the year, magazines have their ups and downs...

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

KALYUGA AND THE RULE OF LAWEver since the United Nations adop-ted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, December 10 is observed every...

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

 THE EFFICACY AND LEGALITY OF MASS SNOOPINGDURING this period of unusual national turbulence over the primacy of the constitution over partisan politics, we tackle two...

THE COW CRISIS

By Inderjit BadhwarThe more we read about the politics of beef and meat, the more confused we get. The greater the confusion, the greater...

NO MORE TEARS

By Inderjit BadhwarOne of the saddest hours befell Indian democracy in May 1990. During a stormy and unruly session of the Rajya Sabha when...

As You Sow, So Shall You Reap

By Inderjit BadhwarIn the way to work every morning, I drive along the India Gate parikrama. To my right, just before approaching the stately...

A TASTE OF THEIR OWN MEDICINE

By Inderjit BadhwarPerhaps one of the most powerful news developments of the year—lost in the din of Indo-Pak relations and cloak-and-dagger spy stories—is how...

WITNESS TO TERROR

By Inderjit BadhwarThis editorial is not about the pros and cons of the death penalty. There are legal luminaries, some of the best in...

kashmir: not an official secret

By Inderjit BadhwarNo self-respecting journalist should want to become a part of the me-too-brigade: the herd instinct that propels so many of us to...

ADVANI AND THE GOALPOST

Bharatiya Janata Party veteran Lal Krishna Advani, who has seen the ins and outs of power and governance, rule and misrule, corruption and probity,...

COURTS AND THE AGONY OF TRANSFORMATION

By Inderjit BadhwarOur courts are going to have a handful. Already overburdened by a mindboggling backlog of cases of every conceivable nature—civil, criminal, jurisdictional,...

PERILOUS ASSAULT

By Inderjit BadhwarDuring the many years I spent in America, starting in the mid-1960s, American friends, and mostly without any particular malice, would taunt...

The Supreme court and the good samaritan

Editorial by Inderjit Badhwar Have you lost someone—a friend, a relative—in a road accident who could have been saved through timely intervention? Have you driven...

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Prashant Panjiar

MORE THAN JUST AN ADJOURNMENT DISEASE

Justice Karanam Sreedhar Rao has rightly focused attention in his column in this issue of India Legal on the malignancy that has metastasized throughout...
KKV IN THE HOT SEAT

KKV IN THE HOT SEAT

Above: KK Venugopal, who takes over from Mukul Rohatgi, will also have to resolve several questions regarding a code of ethics for the AG’s...
Closed liquor shops along a highway in Punjab

Article 142: Cudgel or Balm?

While this Article confers powers bordering on the absolute to the apex court, it has been used in the past with reason and restraint~By...
Lawyers of the Patna High Court staging a demonstration in protest against the proposed Advocates Amendment Bill on March 31. Photo: UNI

SHOULD BAR ASSOCIATIONS PRACTISE ADVOCACY?

~By Inderjit Badhwar Lawyers’ protests, like the recent one backed by the Bar Council of India, raise an interesting issue. While these professionals are perfectly within...
The just-concluded UP assembly elections saw political parties spending huge sums on campaigns. Photo: UNI

ELECTORAL REFORM: A STERN REMINDER

By Inderjit BadhwarNewspaper editorials, public interest bodies, educational institutions and good governance advocates periodically issue calls for electoral reforms, but most of them fade...
Picture: Getty Images

Is American law enforcement agency soft on Dawood?

What happened to the Dawood Ibrahim-terrorist connection in the 2017 report?~By Inderjit BadhwarWhy does the International Narcotics Strategy Report (2017) not mention international terrorist...
Afghan refugees arrive at the Greek island of Kos on an overcrowded dinghy. Photo: UNI

IMMIGRANTS HAVE RIGHTS

~By Inderjit BadhwarIt is ironical that in today’s world, which has been shaped by waves upon waves of human migrations over the millennia, “immigration”...
Editor-in-Chief, India Legal, Inderjit Badhwar explains the rationale behind the fortnightly going weekly from February, starting this issue

THE WEEK THAT IS

~By Inderjit Badhwar Starting with this issue of India Legal our fortnightly takes on a new avatar—we go weekly. The transition, long in the making, is...
Interview of Chintan Chandrachud 2

“We emphasise too much on getting it right and not enough on getting it...

Dr Chintan Chandrachud, at an early age, has carved a niche for himself in the field of law. Coming from a renowned lawyer family,...
Inderjit Badhwar 16/01/2017

Lessons For Mr Urjit Patel

Arun Shourie is not only a journalist, as most Indians see him, but also a towering man of letters, a former BJP Union minister,...
CAN EC INTERFERE IN BUDGET?

CAN EC INTERFERE IN BUDGET?

The recent India Legal show deliberated on whether the Union Budget should be postponed in the light of assembly elections in five states, starting...
A grab of the video on the discussion conducted by APN News in Rudhani, IP

Ballot Box

A discussion for APN News, hosted by India Legal Editor-in-Chief Inderjit Badhwar, reveals that the people of Ujhani in UP are extremely angry over demonetisation...
Inderjit Badhwar

What Really Counts

When the re-launch architects of India Legal began framing the editorial parameters of this magazine three years ago—in January 2014—we struggled to come up...
Editor-in-Chief Inderjit Badhwar

Modi’s Experiment with Truth

By Inderjit BadhwarI have just returned from a 600-km reportorial road trip, accompanied by a camera crew from India Legal’s sister concern, APN NEWS,...

The Curse of OROP

The faujis are unflinching in their commitment to protect our border. Why then do political parties deny them their due?By Inderjit BadhwarThe LoC...
Inderjit Badhwar (The Demonetization Reality Show)

THE DEMONETIZATION REALITY SHOW

My colleague Dilip Bobb, now senior managing editor of India Legal, and I had just wound up a popular talk show on APN news...
Grab of APN Channel Show 'Afat' Kaal

APN’s special show deconstructs demonetization

The jury is still out on whether it was a wise decision. Will the surgical strike on black money yield the desired result or...
Legal luminary and legal educator Prof. NR Madhava Menon

Continuing Education for Lawyers Crucial: Prof. NR Madhava Menon

 At a felicitation ceremony for this “Father of Modern Legal Education in India”, many issues were discussed including the need for more law schools...

A Moveable Feast

Sometimes by default, often by design—especially when the editors have enough advance time to plan ahead (which they rarely have the luxury of doing...

Supreme Court allows photos of CM, Governors, cabinet ministers in government ads

The Supreme Court on Friday permitted publication of photographs of chief ministers, Governors as well as cabinet and state ministers in public advertisements, and...

Letter From The Editor

We carry in this issue a chapter from President Pranab Mukherjee's book The Turbulent Years. It is a vivid account of a significant downturn...

Letter From The Editor

The unfolding events in Arunachal Pradesh—elaborated in detail in our cover story—point to systemic imbalances which, if not addressed by all those who care...

The Supreme court and the good samaritan

Editorial by Inderjit Badhwar Have you lost someone—a friend, a relative—in a road accident who could have been saved through timely intervention? Have you driven...

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