Articles by Maansi Verma
Sep 26, 2018
Supreme Court, Parliament and voters are equally at fault for not curbing criminalisation of politicsTuesday's Supreme Court judgment may be legally sound, but it is a dampener in the struggle for clean politics
Sep 21, 2018
Personal Data Protection Bill: Loopholes pertaining to empowerment of children, consent and surveillance StateThis two-part series attempts to bring before you six major dilemmas and requires your suggestions to resolve these dilemmas.
Sep 17, 2018
Personal Data Protection Bill: Looking at loopholes in sections of the Bill pertaining to data ownership, RTI and moreThis two-part series attempts to bring before you six major dilemmas and requires your suggestions to resolve these dilemmas.
Aug 13, 2018
Monsoon Session sees falling standards of deliberative law: Parliament belongs to all MPs in democracy, especially OppositionBy controlling the 'Time' in Parliament, any government can easily control the discourse and curb dissent. To limit the possibilities of this, there is a provision of a Business Advisory Committee (BAC) in either House of Parliament, comprising of leaders of all major political parties.
May 28, 2018
Parliament Logjam Part 10: Enabling stakeholder consultations in policy-making can deepen democracy, improve transparencyA collaborative effort to policy-making is rooted in respect for an individual's dignity, capability and is responsive to genuine felt needs.