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Tiger’s Trials

One of India’s most popular tiger reserves, Jim Corbett National Park, in Uttarakhand is the focus of a Supreme Court decree which has blamed the state’s former forest minister for multiple irregularities.

Clever Move?

The proposed amendment in the Bill can deny the right to access public information if the government thinks that it impinges on the private realm of a person and is not of larger public interest.

Right to Die

Recently, a ruling by a five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court made the process of passive euthanasia less difficult and less time-consuming. What is the legal history of this matter and the issues involved?

Call for Compensation

The recent disaster in Uttarakhand has revealed the need for compensation. India lacks a firm policy and methodology in this regard and ensuring the legal rights of the affected people.

PIL, difficult to swallow

In a recent ruling, the Bombay High Court lamented the increasing number of frivolous public interest litigations being filed in courts and echoed the sentiments of the Supreme Court that such litigations are the bane of the judicial system. Is there any way to restrict their misuse?

America’s angst

From messy, divisive politics to a series of mass shootings, and now black officers brutally beating another black man to death as seen in bodycam videos, America’s domestic convulsions are cause for serious introspection.

Justice League

There are few judicial appointment procedures in the world that are completely bereft of the overarching presence of either the executive or the legislature, or both. In the end, the judge is left with all the powers vested in him/her by the constitution to uphold the rule of law, within an atmosphere of external influences.

Till infertility do us apart…

The Calcutta High Court slammed a husband for initiating divorce proceedings due to his wife’s infertility and asked him to be a pillar of support for her. Courts have often taken an empathetic view in such matters.

Diversity is the key

There is a rainbow on the cover of this issue of India Legal. When our editorial team sat to discuss how best to illustrate the theme of our latest cover story, we unanimously invoked the rainbow—the Indradhanush. Why? Because nature in no other form depicts its “vibgyor” colours more emphatically than in the vibrant arc that cuts a swathe across the skies after a rain.

Bad times for Indians in American tech

When the hi-tech sector in America sheds tens of thousands of jobs, the tsunami of firings is felt globally, especially in India, because so many Indians work abroad in the technology sector. These companies are not on the brink of financial ruin. Quite the contrary, so why shed people?

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