General Background The Indian Parliament recently passed a new legislation “The Citizenship Amendment Act 2019” (CAA) through which religiously persecuted minorities from three countries namely Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan who have come to India before 31st December 2014 will get … Continue reading Hoardings by Uttar Pradesh Government: The Constitutional Angle
Few days back, I received a call from a close friend whose brother had tested positive for the COVID-19. Worrisome. However, what was further concerning was the misinformation being spread by the media, including one of the leading national newspapers! … Continue reading COVID-19, Medical Privacy, and Misinformation – A difficult tripod to balance?
It was rightly said by John Milton that for establishing any liberal society it is necessary to give the right to freely express their views and opinions to members of the society. It acts as a precursor for the smooth … Continue reading Contempt of Court v. Freedom of Speech & Expression
One of the main objectives of law enforcement is to ensure public safety and its corresponding duty is to include the apprehension of the perpetrator. Numerous investigation approaches are introduced; including the idea that crime scene might give hints about … Continue reading The Art of Profiling the Offender
Though many people not only ask this question and worry about its answers, according to AARP 60 per cent of the population dies without a will (intestate). No matter whether you are a young adult or a retiree, taking the … Continue reading What Happens If I Die Without a Will?
This is the second part of a two-part-long write-up. The second part, titled ‘An Attorney’s Right of Lien – An Ethical and Legal Conundrum‘ can be found here. In the previous post (Part I: An Attorney’s Right of Lien – … Continue reading Part II: Upon analysis, where do we stand?