In our latest post, the authors analyze the scope of the “Right to be Forgotten” in India after the K.S. Puttaswamy Judgment and its potential conflict with the freedom of expression. In doing so, they also aim to highlight certain methods to effectively enforce the right in India.
In this article, the authors provide an impact based analysis of the recent Amendements of the FCRA, examining their effects on NGOs attempting to facilitate vaccination and ensure supply of medicines and essential commodities. In doing so, the authors also attempt to to bring out how the amended FCRA could be used as a legislative tool to keep a check on the PM CARES Fund.
In this post, the author attempts to bring out a narrative for how sexual assault should ideally looked at from a legal lense in India. In doing so, he looks at the existing position of Sexual Assault, examines the Candian jurisdiction’s position in this regard and reasons out as to why the same is not suitable for India, and makes recommendations to the sexual assault law, calling for legislative inclusivity.
In this post, the author attempts to highlight the relationship between a woman’s prerogative to make decisions about her health and body and the fundamental right to privacy. In doing so, she analyses the jurisprudential foundations of the right to abortion in detail, highlighting some key judgments along the way.
In this post, the author aims to highlight the issues concerning urban water supply in India, and further analyze the working of PPP models in the water supply sector. In doing so, the author would also focus upon the regulation of PPPs in India, and argue for the enactment of a specific PPP legislation.
In this post, the author, through a doctrinal and reform-oriented approach, explores the means of more effective means of inclusion of ADR for resolution of disputes under the recent farm law enactments by the Union Legislature. The author does so by critically analysing the consequences of the prescribed conciliation procedure and the discretion afforded to the executive, and makes suggestions to ensure fairer adjudications of such disputes emanating under the law, and the quicker resolution of such disputes by changing the means in which ADR can be enabled.