Editor’s Choice -Category

‘The Court & the Constitution’ Conference – 2018 in Review

NALSAR University of Law is hosting the inaugural 'Court & Constitution' conference in collaboration with NALSAR and Azim Premji University ...
Read More
/

All you need to know about the Aadhaar Litigation

The Aadhaar litigation will go down in history for being the second longest hearing in the Supreme Court of India ...
Read More

Delhi High Court on Beggary: Law Untangled but not Completely  

A Division Bench of the Delhi High Court declared as many as twenty-five sections of the Bombay Prevention of Begging ...
Read More
/

The Global Itineraries of Lynch Justice

Lynching is not a phenomenon of just one nation or one society. It is universal, multifarious, undemocratic and unjustifiable. It ...
Read More
/

Examining the Legality and Limitations of Serving Summons via Text Messaging

The Delhi High Court, in an order dated 27.04.2017, through Justice Endlaw directed Tata Sons Limited to serve summons through ...
Read More
/

The Many Ups and Downs in the Battle of Section 377

On September 6, 2018 in the case of Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India a five-judge constitutional bench of ...
Read More
/

Misnomer of the decade: Crypto-“currency”

A lawyer and her client walk into a room full of accountants. The client looks at the room and says, ...
Read More

Reimagining the Vision of Religion-based Sex Discrimination Through Sabarimala

(Guest post by Shreya Atrey) On a friend’s invitation, I attended a Sabbath service at her synagogue, which is part ...
Read More
/
Loading...