In this post, the author delves into the complex socio-legal issues surrounding the decision to have three capitals in Andhra Pradesh and critically examines through historical events, legal provisions, and judicial precedents, the constitutional power of state governments to change or decide the State Capital against Centre’s will.
In this article, the authors undertake a deep jurisprudential analysis of the Marital Rape Exception vis-a-vis the recent Delhi HC verdict upon the same.
In this article, the author takes note of controversy regarding caste census and attempts to constitutionally evaluate the broader issue, the dangers we must be cautious of and the way forward.
In this post, the authors have elucidated how the ART Act goes against the spirit of equality and the stance of the established law regarding the rights of same-sex couples.
Constitutional Literacy is the cornerstone of every transparent and efficient government. Read this article to know more about its facets, scope and implementation in India.
In this post, the author revisits the emergency on its 45th anniversary and briefly describes 5 developments that took place during the emergency era which snuffed out democracy.
In the first episode, Ms. Bhati talks about her journey as a Litigator, some memorable cases of her career and much more.
In our latest two part blog post, Akshita Tiwary (a 2nd year law student at Government Law College, Mumbai) writes on the controversy surrounding former CJ Ranjan Gogoi’s nomination to the Rajya Sabha. Part II of the post attempts to analyse Constituent Assembly debates regarding independence of judiciary, the 14th Law Commission Report which advises against such appointments, the appreciation that the news has received and a conclusion.
In our latest two part blog post, Akshita Tiwary (a 2nd year law student at Government Law College, Mumbai) writes on the controversy surrounding former CJ Ranjan Gogoi’s nomination to the Rajya Sabha.
Part I of the post provides a brief introduction, draws a link with similar appointments in the past and mentions certain reasons behind the criticism of the nomination.
The author writes on the rather ignored aspect of ‘Princely States Exception’ under the Epidemic Diseases Act with special reference to the recent Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Ordinance…..