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  • Tracing apps and competitive federalism

    Tracing apps and competitive federalism

    The use of tracing apps separately by the Union government and some states raises important questions on privacy, say ASHIT KUMAR SRIVASTAVA and DEVAL GARG.

    June 18, 2020
  • Law’s Not So Majestic Equality

    Law’s Not So Majestic Equality

    We should not read the Constitution as being fundamentally opposed to greater equality in economic dimensions; neither should we fool ourselves into believing that the law’s promise of equality is complete, says BASTIAN STEUWER.

    June 4, 2020
  • Impeaching a President

    Impeaching a President

    Unlike in America, our Constitutional scheme vests equal powers in either House of Parliament for impeaching a President, says NIRMALENDU BIKASH RAKSHIT

    May 7, 2020
  • Force Majeure and the Covid-19 pandemic

    Force Majeure and the Covid-19 pandemic

    Many contracts that have not been executed because of the intervention of a 'superior force' will be in jeopardy, writes GAURANG KANTH.

    April 30, 2020
  • Free to abuse in his castle

    Free to abuse in his castle

    Domestic violence during the lockdown highlights the infirmities of our patriarchal system, says Ashit Kumar Srivastava.

    April 25, 2020
  • Consular Access indispensible

    Consular Access indispensible

    The judgment of the International Court of Justice reaffirms wellestablished principles, say JOYEETA BANERJEE & RAJDEEP BANERJEE.

    July 26, 2019
  • Not so altruistic after all

    Not so altruistic after all

    Banning commercial surrogacy is a deeply flawed idea, argues PRATHEEK MADDHI REDDY.

    July 25, 2019
  • A system in peril

    A system in peril

    A judge in the Nawaz Sharif case admitting to being blackmailed highlights the crisis in Pakistan’s judiciary, says ZAHID HUSSAIN.

    July 18, 2019
  • Of judges and pending cases

    Of judges and pending cases

    The Central Government must act on recommendations of the CJI to ensure judicial backlogs are addressed holistically, says SUNIL GARODIA.

    July 18, 2019
  • AI, bias the Law

    AI, bias the Law

    Bias inherent in the way Artificial Intelligence operates could bring corporations in conflict with anti-discrimination laws, says ASHIT KUMAR SRIVASTAVA

    July 11, 2019