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Prof Upendra Baxi

The Fundamental Right to ...

While the Constitution abhors the idea of indefinite incarceration, there is a culture of opposition by law enforcement agencies to deny bail. Indeed, time is at hand to redress this state of affairs, with firm judicial leadership.

Times of Stress & Di...

There is a constitutional right to speedy trial, but this often does not take place due to case overload in courts. The apex court needs to devise an effective policy on wrongful charging, prosecution and incarceration.

Whose Law? Which Order?

Even as the conceptions of the right to freedom to assemble and public order are under scrutiny in India, the Ugandan constitution shows the way ahead. Nowhere does it suggest that the ways of policing may downgrade dissent or adjudication of rights in conflict.

An Act of God, No Doubt, ...

An admirable judgment from the Madras High Court relieved a trader from paying license fee during the lockdown and focuses on the “impossibility” of performance of the contract and sees it under the scanner of Article 14.

“Something is Rotten in t...

Delays in judicial appointments affect every citizen whose basic human rights are protected by courts. Are the Executive and the Judiciary equally to blame for this?

Donald Trump’s Impeachmen...

Though the Democrats have now captured the commanding heights in the House of Representatives and a majority of the Senate in the US, they still require support from Republican senators to impeach Donald Trump

The Endless Struggle: Bho...

The victims of “the larg...

Towards Isocracy? The Ind...

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.

Died to Vote: Fierce Vote...

The election marks the resurgence of the American dream. But President Trump alleging “systematic” voter fraud even after the results were out is a constitutional disgrace. One hopes no further unbecoming conduct will mark the smooth transition of democratic power.

Women’s Rights are Human ...

In a far-reaching judgme...

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