Guest post by Saurabh Bhattacharjee The Code on Wages Bill 2017 was introduced in the Lok Sabha in August 2017 as part of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) Government’s attempt to catalyse the process of labour reforms. Promised in its manifesto for the General Elections 2014, the agenda of labour reforms has so far largely centred…

You are cordially invited to attend a conference on International Human Rights Day (December 10th) at the Habitat Centre in New Delhi, India to discuss the legal and policy responses to gender-biased sex selection in India and the United States.  Acting Chief Judge of the Delhi High Court, Hon. Justice Mittal, will be releasing my…

Suresh Kumar Koushal v Naz Foundation (“Koushal”) is a bad decision which must be overturned. This is not a new or an original observation. (See, for example, most of December 2013 on this blog.) This post examines one particular aspect of Koushal – its use and abuse of evidence of discrimination, marginalisation and hardship suffered…

Guest Post by Vivek Anandh, an advocate in the Delhi High Court The recent decision of the Supreme Court to refer the Sabarimala Temple entry issue to a larger constitutional bench has thrown up a lot fascinating questions for the court to decide. In the communal rights jurisprudence that has so far been established by…