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Freedom, Finally: Senior Advocate Dr GV Rao on the Supreme Court’s recent stay on the sedition law

The right to freedom of speech and expression is subject to the rigours of hate speech or seditious content. With the apex court boldly moving to suspend the sedition law, free speech will be protected.

Global landscape of women’s empowerment: A case of bolstered parochial bargains

By Mahalakshmi Pavani Gender equality is a basic human right, and it is also fundamental to having a peaceful, prosperous world. The last century witnessed movements and overall activism for real...

Hard Lessons

Approximately 22,500 Indian students were evacuated from Ukraine by the Government of India. Now, some of those students have approached the Supreme Court seeking formulation of a policy as a special measure to enable the Indian medical students who were studying in Ukraine to continue their medical education.

Rage over Rituals

By Dr Swati Jindal Garg No other culture in the world has the variety of weaves that India has and ensuring that this variety coexists and makes a beautiful tapestry is not easy. The Indian Consti...

Unfair Clause

By Shivanand Pandit Following worries raised by a group of IT sector employees and a complaint filed by a Pune-based association over a clause in the employment contract of Infosys, the office of ...

A Balancing Act

By Ashit Kumar Srivastava and Rishabh Shukla Recently, Computer Emergency Response Team-India (CERT-In) came up with new directions for data centres, virtual private network (VPN) service provider...

Is Uniform Civil Code a Distant Dream?

The sticking point is whether there should be a code of personal laws for all or would it infringe the freedom of religion of some. While the Code has been operational for Hindus, if it’s imposed and rejected by any other community, it will be a monumental folly.

Eviction of Art

Odissi exponent Guru Mayadhar Raut was evicted from his government flat in Delhi’s Asiad Village by the Directorate of Estates without looking at his contribution and his 90 years. Other artistes have also been given notice.

Please Release Me…

In order to reduce undertrials in jail, the prime minister has suggested that district-level panels headed by district judges consider their bails. Courts should presume an accused innocent till he is proved guilty.

The abortion bombshell: US Supreme Court draft document set to undo Row vs Wade

A leaked draft of a majority decision in the Court would allow the 50 states to ban abortions. If the Court’s decision remains unchanged, it means that Roe vs Wade, which enshrined a woman’s rights in medical decisions, is dead.

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