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Flying High–Right to Fly the Indian Flag

Flying the flag is an act of patriotism. But it is important to remember that our case was not pegged on patriotism. It is a victory for our democracy that the constitutional basis on which it was dec...

The Cases That India Forgot: An Incisive Look

Constitutional expert Chintan Chandrachud tells the stories of 10 extraordinary and dramatic legal cases, from the 1950s to the present day, that have all but faded from public memory. The book has a ...

Supreme Court Verdict: Back to Square One, if not Minus One

Above: BJP supporters at an election rally. The question of separating religion from politics was identified as a critical issue in 1948/Photo: UNI The book India’s Governance An incisive commentar...

Directive principles and the courts

Justice B.R. Gavai Introduction The Constitutional law is one of the most important and fast-growing branches of law in the country and it is that branch of law which considers the various aspects...

Separate Religion from Politics

Above: The Babri Masjid site with Ram Janmasthan and Sita ki Rasoi/Photo Courtesy: Konark Publishers In Babri Masjid–Ram Mandir Dilemma: An Acid Test for India’s Constitution, Madhav Godbole, form...

“The Use of Religion is a Potent Threat to Secular Democracy”

Above: Photo Credit UNI In the book “Politics, Religion and Judiciary in India”, which has been published by Har-Anand Publications Pvt Ltd, DR HANS RAJ BHARDWAJ  speaks eloquently about the role o...

News Update

Delhi HC directs Centre to find immediate solution to oxygen shortage, holds manufacturer in contempt

Mr Vinayak took the court through the various oxygen plants in the national capital and also the ones, which are in the process of being set up.

Video: Delhi HC to Delhi govt on immigrant workers, Delhi HC on film of late Sushant Singh Rajput’s life

Uttar Pradesh will not face complete lockdown at present, Supreme Court orders interim stay on order of Allahabad High Court.

Supreme Court says state can’t make a law if the Centre already has one

Senior Advocate Rakesh Dwivedi, appearing for West Bengal, said the matter is in the ambit of the concurrent list, where both the Centre and the State can legislate. The State law cannot be rendered repugnant to the Centre’s law, until and unless it is in conflict with the same.
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