Constitutionality of imposing a British-era law during coronavirus pandemic is legally fraught, for the most part
From a public health perspective, there is no arguing with the fact that a strategic lockdown in a health crisis like the coronavirus outbreak is both desirable and necessary
Nationwide protests against CAA, NRC are noisy and chaotic but vital to furthering constitutionalism
The protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act has gained significant and sustained engagement and we must strive to keep up the momentum.
The government's appointment of Justice Sunil Gaur as the chairperson of the Prevention of Money Laundering Appellate (PMLA) Tribunal has once again brought back into the spotlight questions of constitutional significance facing the independence and credibility of India’s higher judiciary.
SC's handling of sexual harassment charge against CJI raises questions about its future as repository of public trust
A former woman employee of the Supreme Court wrote a letter to the judges of the Supreme Court, giving a fairly detailed account of how she was allegedly harassed and victimised by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.