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Jun 29, 2016
SC to examine Muslim personal law to check violation of fundamental rightsThe SC will examine to what extent courts can look into Muslim personal laws if they violate the fundamental rights guaranteed by the constitution.
Jan 08, 2016
Odd-even formula: Not clean air, it's the Rs 2,000 fine that has Delhiites conforming, says PILThe experiment of the odd-even formula did not go down well with the high court hearing the PIL on Thursday described the status report filed by the Delhi government as "vague".
Jan 02, 2016
Kesavananda Bharati vs Kerala: 40 years on, what the landmark case means for IndiaThe idea that Parliament was a creature of the Constitution and draws its powers from it, is now well-established.
Oct 19, 2015
Right to choose: We can only hope Hansal Mehta's film on AMU professor Siras sparks a constructive debateIn 2010, the body of 62-year-old Srinivas Ramchander Siras, a reader in Modern Indian Languages, was found lying on the bed in his private apartment outside the university after police broke open the door which was locked from inside.
Sep 01, 2014
Not just AFSPA, force-feeding Irom Sharmila is also a bodily autonomy debateThe manner of how the Indian state has dealt with Irom Sharmila is not just a debate about AFSPA but about what constitutes bodily autonomy.
Feb 13, 2014
How to challenge book bans and censorships legallyQuite often one finds that rather than the author or the publisher, independent third parties are the ones who challenge book bans issued by state governments.
Sep 05, 2013
Land Bill is placebo; real cure is restoring Right to PropertyWe got Singur and Nandigram because we messed up Ambedkar's constitution by abolishing the citizen's fundamental Right to Property. That's what we need restored, not the Land Acquisition Bill.