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LAOT Podcasts: #Episode 2.2 – Interview with Anindita Pattanayak and Douglas McDonald-Norman (Rewriting of the Kaushalya Judgement)

  The Indian Feminist Judgments project [IFJP] is a collaboration between feminist legal academics, litigators and judges, practitioners, and activists from law and other disciplines who use a feminist lens to re-write alternative opinions to existing judgments. Indian …

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 LAOT Podcasts: #Episode 2.1 – Interview with Sannoy Das & Ananyaa Mazumdar on the Indian Feminist Judgments Project (Rewriting of the Charan Lal Sahu case)

The Indian Feminist Judgments project [IFJP] is a collaboration between feminist legal academics, litigators and judges, practitioners, activists from law and other disciplines, who are using a feminist lens to re-write alternative opinions to existing judgements. Indian Law …

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Indian Journal of Constitutional Law, NALSAR releases Vol 9 (2020) | A Mélange of Scholarship on Indian and Comparative Constitutional Law Issues

[Ed Note: We are happy to report the release of IJCL’s Vol. 9 (2020). This Volume of the Journal seems quite promising with 11 pieces in the form of 7 Articles, 2 Essays and 2 …

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Religious Denomination – Multiculturalism, Group Rights and the Constitution

This post analyses the Supreme Court’s attempt to reconcile its dominant liberalism/individualism based approach towards fundamental rights as against the group right claims under Article 26, in the recent Sabarimala verdict.

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The Impact Of Puttaswamy Judgement On The Rights Of The Media

The post is an attempt to anticipate the trajectory of decisions following the Puttaswamy judgment, in dealing with cases where the right to freedom of speech and right to privacy are seemingly in conflict, based on a decisions of a few High Courts in this regard.

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Delhi High Court on Beggary: Law Untangled but not Completely  

The piece analyses the shortcomings in the recent judgment of the Delhi HC which decriminalised begging and further suggests, that the Central Government should come with uniform central legislation which adopts a rehabilitative approach on the issue of begging.

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