Sexism In Courts: A Daily RealitySexism In Courts: A Daily Reality

When a female senior advocate faltered with her arguments last week at the Madras high court, the judge asked her if she had had a busy morning in the kitchen that day. The entire court hall laughed...

The Existential Conundrum Of An Arbitration Agreement
The Existential Conundrum Of An Arbitration Agreement

On 18th July 2018, a bill titled The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Bill, 2018 was introduced in the Lok Sabha. The Bill intended to bring out several changes to the Arbitration and...

Voting From Prisons
Voting From Prisons

On 19th March, the Delhi High Court issued notice to the Election Commission of India (ECI) in a PIL pertaining to the denial of voting rights to prisoners – both under-trials and convicts....

The Supreme Court During Modi Regime
The Supreme Court During Modi Regime

The Supreme Court of India grew considerably in power and stature during the two decades since 1990, earning the epithet 'the most powerful court in the world'. During this period, the Supreme Court...

A Writ Petition Ends Without Writs!
A Writ Petition Ends Without Writs!

The public-spirited exercise in PIL by three RTI activists ended successfully but without any direction. They pinned hopes that this PIL would end disease of state lethargy that is plaguing the RTI....

Evolution Of The Model Code Of Conduct
Evolution Of The Model Code Of Conduct

The Election commission of India, recently, i.e. in March, announced the Model Code of Conduct, 2019 for the upcoming General Assembly Elections. Since we are not faraway form general election, I...

On Money Bills And Judicial Review
On Money Bills And Judicial Review

Over the course of the last five years, several laws of substantial and wide-reaching importance have been enacted without securing the Rajya Sabha's assent. These have included, among others,...

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