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 post, the author analyses the bona fides and credence of the recently introduced Lakshadweep Development Authority Regulation Bill. In doing so, the author contends that the Bill is violative of the fundamental rights of the inhabitants, and runs contrary to the pluralist canvas that the framers of our Constitution had envisioned.
Should Canadian Law Matter to Indian Jurists? Advocating for More Substantial Legal Discussion Between the ‘Long Lost Siblings’
In this post, the author argues that in light of some broad similarities between Indian and Canadian legal systems, Indian and Canadian jurists and practitioners must commit to more extensive collaboration with each other not only for the benefit of the legal science, but also for the sake, to a greater extent, of the evolution of justice as a whole.