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Red Eyes On Weak Knees

South Africa has taken Israel to the International Court of Justice, a toothless organisation that can issue a rebuke. And then it has to be proven that Israel is actually carrying out a pogrom, as i...

Same Old Stuff?

In the purported overhaul of the justice codes, the three revisions are not only very similar to old procedures, but also lack clarity that could lead to arbitrary and whimsical enforcement By Pro...

The Exceptions to the Rules

India is ranked as one of the least happy nations in the world. India’s rank was 136 out of 146 nations in 2022. We are behind Nepal, China, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. And why is this, one might ask. ...

AI and the law

While artificial intelligence modules are slowly taking over many positions within the Indian administrative system, the Indian justice system is so complex that AI may only have peripheral applicati...

2023: Looking like a Wow?

Gaza continues to be pounded. At home, Manipur hasn’t been at peace since May, the Ram Janmabhoomi project nears its completion, the BJP flexed its electoral muscle in three key states and Indian cri...

Twilight Lives

Despite Supreme Court judgments, UN conventions and schemes, the rights of the elderly to live a life with human dignity and care are being bypassed. How serious is the centre and states about them? ...

Where The Mind Is Without Fear

In a shocking development, a woman judge from Uttar Pradesh has alleged sexual harassment by her senior in an open letter written to the chief justice of India. Is no woman safe in this country?

Trying Time for Telangana

Akbaruddin Owaisi’s appointment to the post led to furore in the state assembly as eight BJP MLAs refused to take oath administered by him. But this could just be a temporary state of affairs till the Speaker is elected

Be Your Own Man

The former V-C of DU looks at an apex court ruling which quashed the reappointment of Kannur University V-C and said governors acting as chancellors are not bound by the advice of the council of ministers

Rally Rights

While even political campaign rallies are generally categorised within the right to protest sphere, what relief does a common, apolitical citizen have when the rally’s side-effects infringe upon his human rights?

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