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Vikram Kilpady

A Rainbow Dawn?

A five-judge Constitution bench will begin hearings on a batch of petitions seeking legal recognition for same-sex marriages from April 18. Will India become the 33rd country in the world, and the second in Asia, to legally acknowledge homosexual unions?

Backs to the Future

The Supreme Court bench of Justice KM Joseph and Justice BV Nagarathna dismissed a plea seeking the setting up of a Renaming Commission of India. Can’t let the past weigh down the present and the future, noted the judges.

Outlawing Copycats

Uttarakhand has brought in an ordinance to crack down on paper leaks and use of unfair means with hefty fines and jail terms. Can law eliminate cheating in exams, especially for recruitment to government jobs?

Spousal Storm

The Delhi High Court recently said a husband cannot invoke provisions of the Domestic Violence Act against his wife. The law specifies it can be only invoked by women against their male partners.

All Good With Note Ban

A 4:1 Constitution Bench verdict absolved the Narendra Modi government of rushing in with demonetisation, but the dissenting verdict notes the RBI did the government’s bidding without applying its mind.

Death by Vaccine

The central government told the Supreme Court recently that it can’t be held liable for the rare deaths caused by adverse effects of the Covid-19 vaccine. Two young women in Telangana and Tamil Nadu died after vaccination.

Be Constitutional Statesm...

At a Supreme Court Bar Association event on the eve of Constitution Day, Chief Justice of India Justice DY Chandrachud reiterates the need for stakeholders to sort out disagreements between Bench, Bar and Executive,

One Khaki Nation

The recent proposal by the PM to have one uniform for all police in the country may be a radical idea a little too early. Instead, the need of the hour is to focus on police reforms instead of cosmetic feel good.

Jailhouse Shock

A study has found that eight out of 10 inmates in prisons are undertrials. A majority of them are illiterate and poor with an alarmingly high number being Muslims, Dalits and Adivasis 

Technopolis Grinds to a H...

Parts of India’s Silicon City have been marooned after rains exposed its hi-tech lies. But this is the state of every city in the country with haphazard development and greedy contractors  

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