“The framers of the Constitution were so clear in the federalist papers and elsewhere that they felt an independent judiciary was critical to the success of the nation.” The questions revolve around Justice Deepak Mishra’s arbitrary appointments of benches for … Continue reading Is it their duty as Supreme Court judges to protect the Constitution and also the citizen’s faith in the judiciary?
This is an issue covered by an article by Flavia Agnes, which addresses the issue of how the Indian Media refuses to acknowledge the variety of rights that Muslim Women have gained [in the field of divorce] through various judgements … Continue reading Muslim Women’s Rights and Media Coverage
Laws were created to regulate the coexistence of man within a society. Each country has a Supreme law, usually called Carta Magna or Constitution that establishes the foundations and principles by which it will be governed. It set down the … Continue reading And now, who will defend us?
The demise of Jayalalithaa, the second-longest serving female chief minister in India, who was a popular film actress, a charismatic mass orator, a seasoned politician have not only shaken Chennai but also the power of Centre in New Delhi. It … Continue reading Idiocracy of Tamil Nadu Politics
A Nation’s culture resides in the heart and soul of its people! Culture shapes our values, belief, norms and, to a great extent, our attitudes and the way we perceive the world around us. And our motherland, the India is … Continue reading An unbiased discussion on Jallikattu
The image of Aleppo kid, bloodied and covered with dust, sitting silently in an ambulance awaiting help as another stark reminder of the toll of the war in Syria has not vanished from our minds. The UN Security Council has … Continue reading Uniting for peace as a solution to Syrian issue