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Transgender

Sexual minorities: the long and lonely road

A report on human rights violations on the basis of sexuality and gender identity in South Asia has shown how deep-rooted attitudes continue to...
Journey of Bill 330; Photo: UNI

Legislating a law

When a bill journeys through parliament, it goes through an elaborate process. What finally emerges from the parliamentary crucible is unassailable.By Devender SinghCome every...
Protests by students of JNU have been dubbed as seditious and anti-national. Photo: UNI

Section 124A—Scrap it or Tame it

The NGO Common Cause had filed a plea in the Supreme Court seeking amendments in Section 124A of IPC. The apex court dismissed the...
Silent protests in Maharashtra over the killing of a 14-year-old girl in Kopardi village in Ahmednagar

Maharashtra: Uprising of the Marathas

The brutal gang rape and murder of a girl has led to protests across Maharashtra and a demand for reservations and abolishing of the...
Madras High Court

Madras High Court hit by fund crunch

In a sign of growing tension, the Tamil Nadu government has not given enough funds for the judiciary, forcing the Madras High Court to...
Men load a cow onto a truck in the Jantar Mantar area of New Delhi

Milking the Cow

Way back in the fifties, the Supreme Court ruled that a ban on cattle slaughter would seriously affect some occupations. But today, we are...
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...
Apprehensions about the new trafficking bill

Apprehensions about the new trafficking bill

The minister of women and child development, Maneka Gandhi, will be presenting the Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill in parliament during...
Computer Graveyard

Computer Graveyard

August 19 is World Photography Day. The importance of pictures in saying a story can’t be understated. More often than not, the message is...
Supreme Court_AS (1)

SC to examine RTI’s ambit in judicial appointments

On August 17, the Supreme Court passed an order referring to a five-judge constitution bench the issues of whether disclosures of information about appointments...
Person Self-Administering an Injecting in the Arm

A ray of hope for diabetics

Diabetic girls no longer find it difficult to get a partner in Gujarat. A matchmaker bureau is helping them find an ideal soulmate.By Mahesh...

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...

US Supreme Court upholds affirmative action program at Texas varsity

In a landmark ruling, that will go a long way in establishing racial inclusion and ethnic diversity in university admissions in the US, the...

National Commission penalizes Emaar Builders

India Legal BureauThe National Commission recently passed an order that’s good news for flat buyers who are kept waiting on the tenterhooks for their...

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Transgender

Sexual minorities: the long and lonely road

A report on human rights violations on the basis of sexuality and gender identity in South Asia has shown how deep-rooted attitudes continue to...
Journey of Bill 330; Photo: UNI

Legislating a law

When a bill journeys through parliament, it goes through an elaborate process. What finally emerges from the parliamentary crucible is unassailable.By Devender SinghCome every...
Protests by students of JNU have been dubbed as seditious and anti-national. Photo: UNI

Section 124A—Scrap it or Tame it

The NGO Common Cause had filed a plea in the Supreme Court seeking amendments in Section 124A of IPC. The apex court dismissed the...
Silent protests in Maharashtra over the killing of a 14-year-old girl in Kopardi village in Ahmednagar

Maharashtra: Uprising of the Marathas

The brutal gang rape and murder of a girl has led to protests across Maharashtra and a demand for reservations and abolishing of the...
Madras High Court

Madras High Court hit by fund crunch

In a sign of growing tension, the Tamil Nadu government has not given enough funds for the judiciary, forcing the Madras High Court to...
Men load a cow onto a truck in the Jantar Mantar area of New Delhi

Milking the Cow

Way back in the fifties, the Supreme Court ruled that a ban on cattle slaughter would seriously affect some occupations. But today, we are...
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...
Apprehensions about the new trafficking bill

Apprehensions about the new trafficking bill

The minister of women and child development, Maneka Gandhi, will be presenting the Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection and Rehabilitation) Bill in parliament during...
Computer Graveyard

Computer Graveyard

August 19 is World Photography Day. The importance of pictures in saying a story can’t be understated. More often than not, the message is...
Supreme Court_AS (1)

SC to examine RTI’s ambit in judicial appointments

On August 17, the Supreme Court passed an order referring to a five-judge constitution bench the issues of whether disclosures of information about appointments...
Person Self-Administering an Injecting in the Arm

A ray of hope for diabetics

Diabetic girls no longer find it difficult to get a partner in Gujarat. A matchmaker bureau is helping them find an ideal soulmate.By Mahesh...

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...

US Supreme Court upholds affirmative action program at Texas varsity

In a landmark ruling, that will go a long way in establishing racial inclusion and ethnic diversity in university admissions in the US, the...

National Commission penalizes Emaar Builders

India Legal BureauThe National Commission recently passed an order that’s good news for flat buyers who are kept waiting on the tenterhooks for their...

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