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In Defence of Personal Liberty

The chief justice of India’s statement that the SC is keen on discouraging petitioners resorting to Article 32 has drawn criticism as it is one of the basic features of the Constitution. Perhaps he was alluding to the flood of petitions reaching Court when personal liberty is not taken seriously by High Courts.

Towards Isocracy? The Indian Constitution as a Site of Complex Equality

The Constitution, through Articles 15 and 16, seeks to crystallise the idea of “complex equality” and the trilogy of Pavitra v Karnataka illustrates this. The apex court has thus emerged as the moral pedagogue of social justice.

Is this the Golden Age of Ram’s Kingdom?

Modern jurisprudence in India can be compared with justice that prevailed during Lord Ram’s reign. While there are many differences with these ancient precepts, commonalities in both legal codes are interesting.

Catch 22: Filing GST returns

Small businesses which could not file their returns as they had no income due to the pandemic are now facing closure as the GST department is demanding back breaking penalties.

Covid-19: No sweat for India on cold-chain infra

Finding a vaccine suited to India is the least of the problems the government will face. Storing and transporting them at a certain temperature range can be a logistical nightmare, but India is adept at this.

The 3 organs of State and their harmony

The annual conference touched on many important concepts, including the “Separation of Powers” and the harmonious working of the three organs, with each one doing its job without interfering with the...

Taking Back The America We Knew

President-elect Joe Biden’s promise to reverse the vanquished Donald Trump’s destructive attempt to demolish the post-World War II world order based on America’s support for the principles of cooperative internationalism, has come as music to the ears of Amricans

Abetment to suicide: A slippery section of the law

A recent case in Haryana confirms that abetment to suicide is a very dubious section. In many cases, causes of suicide are psychological and societal and should be dealt with accordingly and legal tests should be used before prosecution.

Throwing open commercial coal mining without a watchdog in place

The recent amendment on reform in the coal sector allows, for the first time, private industrialists to mine coal without any end utilisation limitations. However, some questions remain. By Shivan...

Covid-19 vaccination: Who gets it first when everyone has an equal right to it?

While framing the rules, the government has to keep in mind that health is a fundamental human right, which has as its prerequisites social justice and equality. It should be accessible to all. Legal provisions are in place.

News Update

Allahabad HC refuses relief to Azam Khan’s varsity in Rampur

The Allahabad High Court has refused to grant relief to Mohammad Azam Khan's dream project Maulana Mohammad Ali Johar University, Rampur.

Munawar Faruqui bail: Madhya Pradesh High Court reserves verdict on merits

Munawar was arrested by Madhya Pradesh’s Indore Police on January 2, a day after he was detained from Monroe Cafe on January 1. His show had been interrupted by BJP MLA Malini Gaur’s son Eklavya Singh Gaur.

Petition in Delhi High Court seeks directions to e-commerce websites to display MRP, seller details

The petition was filed by Ajay Kumar Singh, through advocate Rajesh K Pandit, stated that he has done due research and found that the requirements mandated under the Consumer Protection Rules, 2020 and Legal Metrology Rules, 2011, are not complied with.
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