INTRODUCTION In this article, the researcher will look at the contested convention that came up before the Supreme Court in Supreme Court advocates-on-record association v. Union of India[i] (hereinafter referred as Second Judges case) and will argue that the opinion … Continue reading Case comment: Supreme court advocates on record association v. Union of India (1993)
“One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes a revolution in order to establish a dictatorship.” – George Orwell As the world battles with a deadly pandemic, Russia is caught up in yet another … Continue reading The Fall of a Democracy, in a Democratic Way
INTRODUCTION Anjana Hareesh, a 21-year-old student from Kerala who recognized herself as a bisexual, was forced by her family to undergo ‘conversion therapy’ and subjected to two de-addiction centres to ‘cure her bisexuality’. These disturbing incidents lead to her committing … Continue reading Prohibiting the Unethical Practice of Conversion Therapy
Introduction As economies world over initiate reboot in the backdrop of COVID-19, organizations and businesses will have to adapt to new market fundamentals and commercial disruptions. Besides dealing with logistical and physical environment challenges like workspace distancing, altered cash-flows and … Continue reading Pandemic and FDI: Black Swan Event or Inflection Point
The Indian Judiciary is conferred with an enormous role and power of interpreting statutes and adjudicating upon controversies between citizens or states or between a citizen and the state. Supreme Court is even called as the Guardian of our Constitution. … Continue reading The Indian Judiciary & Judges – Are they debilitating Justice?
Introduction While hearing an application for bail under S.439 of the Criminal Procedure Code (“CrPC”), the Odisha High Court on 28th May 2020 called for stricter regulation of the widely popular Chinese video-sharing application TikTok in the following terms: “TikTok … Continue reading An Unpleasant Present and a Troubled Past: The Need to Effectively Regulate TikTok