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Samvidhaan: Reflections on Shyam Benegal’s rendition of Indian Constitutional history

[Ed Note: As part of our series marking 15 Years of Law and Other Things, we bring to you posts from our long-time contributors and supporters! ...
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Response to “Undoing historical injustice: the role of the Forest Rights Act and the Supreme Court in departing from colonial forest laws” by CR Bijoy

[Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship Section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. This Response Piece is part of ...
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Discussing Vol. 4 Issue 2 of the Indian Law Review

As part of our New Scholarship Section on our Blog, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. The authors will also respond to ...
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Undoing historical injustice: The role of the Forest Rights Act and the Supreme Court in departing from colonial forest laws

[Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship Section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. This is part of a series of ...
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Intermediary liability and Safe Harbour: On due diligence and automated filtering

Introduction India’s intermediary liability regime flows from section 79 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 (the “Act”), a provision that exempts intermediaries from liability for ...
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The Health Data Management Policy: A Counterproductive Step towards Healthcare Digitisation? (Part-II)

Ed note: This is Part II of a two-part series on the National Digital Health Mission Policy. Part I can be accessed here. We would ...
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The Health Data Management Policy: A Counterproductive Step towards Healthcare Digitisation? (Part-I)

Ed note: This is Part I of a two-part series on the National Digital Health Mission Policy. We would like to thank Nivedita Saksena for her valuable ...
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Call for Papers | Indian Journal of Constitutional Law Vol X : Submit by 17th January 2021

The Indian Journal of Constitutional Law (IJCL) (ISSN: 0975-0134), a flagship journal of NALSAR University of Law is now accepting submissions for its 10th Volume, ...
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Over-Regulation of The Civil Society: Unpacking the FCRA 2020

INTRODUCTION The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Act, 2020 (FCRA) came into force on 20th September 2020. The FCRA aims to regulate the receipt and utilization ...
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Institutional Reform at the Supreme Court

[Ed Note: As part of our series marking 15 Years of Law and Other Things, we bring to you posts from our long-time contributors and supporters! ...
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Jeffrey Redding’s A Secular Need: Review by Shahrukh Alam – Part II

(Ed Note: Shahrukh Alam’s review is the fifth post in our blog’s round-table book discussion on Prof. Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in ...
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Jeffrey Redding’s A Secular Need: Review by Shahrukh Alam – Part I

(Ed Note: Shahrukh Alam’s review is the fifth post in our blog’s round-table book discussion on Prof. Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in ...
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Law & Other Things Monthly Round-Up: October 2020

This month, we published articles discussing a range of issues and witnessed very interesting discussions in our New Scholarship Section.Blog PostsOn the occasion of Mahatma ...
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Call for Applications | The CLPR Equality Fellowship

CLPR focuses on addressing discrimination at the intersections of caste, gender, sexuality, and disability and other minorities through law. As a part of this work, ...
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IACL Virtual Global Roundtable: ‘Democracy 2020’

On 18-26 November, the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL) Global Roundtable ‘Democracy 2020: Assessing Constitutional Decay, Breakdown, and Renewal Worldwide’ will take place as ...
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The Enduring Gaps and Errors in Capital Sentencing in India

In the article titled ‘The enduring gaps and errors in capital sentencing in India’ [32(1) National Law School of India Review (NLSIR) 2020], we revisit ...
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Right to Protest v. Right to Mobility: The Shaheen Bagh Case

Recently, the Supreme Court answered a much-disputed question of drawing the balance between the right to protest and the protection of people’s public rights through ...
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On Dar ul Qazas and Indian Secularism’s Ability to Contemplate Religious Plurality: A Review of Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need by Shaunna Rodrigues

(Ed Note: Shaunna Rodrigues’ review is the fourth post in our blog’s round-table book discussion on Prof. Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in ...
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The National Education Policy, 2020: Some Constitutional Concerns – Part II

[Ed Note: This is a two-part series on the National Education Policy. Part I can be accessed here.] IV. The Principle of Anti-Hierarchy: How The ...
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The National Education Policy, 2020: Some Constitutional Concerns – Part I

[Ed note: This is Part I of a two-part series on the National Education Policy. Part II can be found here .] Introduction The National ...
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Jeffrey Redding’s A Secular Need: A Review by Farzana Haniffa

(Prof. Farzana Haniffa’s review is the third post in our blog’s round-table book discussion on Prof. Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in ...
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Gandhian Constitutionalism: A Tale of Non-Violence and Decentralisation

On 17 October 1949, Brajeshwar Prasad opposed a proposition to incorporate Mahatma Gandhi’s name in the Indian Constitution’s Preamble as the Father of the Nation. Prasad’s opposition ...
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Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need – Comments by Arif Jamal

(Ed Note: As part of our blog round-table book discussion on Prof. Jeff Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in Contemporary India, this ...
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Volume II of the NLUD Journal of Legal Studies

[Ed Note: We’re happy to report the release of Vol 2 of the NLUD Journal of Legal Studies. We’re grateful to Anupriya Dhonchak for having ...
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Introduction to a Book Discussion on Jeffrey Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in Contemporary India

(Over the next few days, we will run a book discussion on Jeffrey A. Redding’s A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in Contemporary India. This ...
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Sub-Classification within Reserved Seats

On August 27, 2020, in State of Punjab vs Davinder Singh, the Supreme Court in a five-judge constitutional bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra deliberated ...
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Unfreedom of Press in Jammu and Kashmir: Media Policy, 2020

It has been more than a year since Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) witnessed a vacuum of news and information with the sudden suspension of all ...
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Prof. Dipika Jain Responds to the Discussion on her Pre-Legislative Consultation Paper

[Ed Note: Please find below Prof. Dipika Jain’s detailed response to the post(s) from Anirudh Burman and Ritambhara Singh & Arun PS regarding her Article ...
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