The world is undoubtedly facing the biggest humanity’s crisis of recent times in the form of COVID-19 pandemic due to which the lives of millions of people are in the state of danger. Over 200 countries including India are affected … Continue reading Free COVID-19 testing by Private Laboratories: Supreme Court Favours Humanitarianism
Indian citizens have been placed in a lockdown to be prevented from the spread of COVID-19 and must stay at home except to buy basic items like groceries, medicines etc. The lockdown excludes essential services workers. Despite these special allowances, … Continue reading Authority of Police Officers on Citizens During Lockdown
With the government of India imposing a country-wide lockdown to prevent the spread of the deadly COVID-19, most of the economic institutions across the country have come to a standstill. With only essential services being allowed to continue, many industries … Continue reading Universal Basic Income in India: A possibility?
The origin of this Epidemic Disease Act dates back to ‘The Bombay Plague’ that spread in 1890s. This Bubonic plague created commotion across the country under the umbrella of the British Empire. This spread and the ruckus created across the … Continue reading Do We Need to Refurbish the Epidemic Disease Act, 1897?
INTRODUCTION WHO declared SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) as a pandemic on the 11th March 2020. India reported its first and foremost case on January 30, and in recent weeks, the nation has seen the exponential growth in the number of confirmed cases. … Continue reading COVID-19 as a Force Majeure Event: Re-examining Laws and Contracts
“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?