Introduction Recently, due to the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections in the state, Manipur’s Speaker Mr Y Khemchand passed a decision that he kept pending for the past 3 years. He disqualified three Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA’s) of the … Continue reading Jeopardized democracy in Manipur: Pilferage of Anti-defection laws
This article has been written by Raina Mahapatra. Raina is currently pursuing her undergraduate course from Symbiosis Law School, Pune. The Indian Express I opened today looked up at me with a plethora of information and a particular article on … Continue reading The Tyranny of Forced discipline
This article has been written by Amrit K.N. Pradhan. Amrit is a student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala. “Precaution is better than cure” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. I have probably heard this fable more than ever in … Continue reading GST on the way, Labor Reforms on the Anvil!
This article has been written by Neeti Rana. Neeti, a recent graduate of Law College, Uttaranchal University, is a habitual writer and has a penchant for legal research. Education is a fundamental human right and essential for the exercise of … Continue reading Right to Education under Law
Sedition, simply put, is any conduct or speech made that is intended to persuade others to oppose the State. The law of sedition was originally drafted by Thomas Macaulay but was only brought in India by the British to repress … Continue reading Everything you need to know about the Law Of Sedition