In response to a public interest litigation, Delhi High Court in Praveen Kumar Chaudhary v. Election Commission of India has reaffirmed that prisoners do not have a right to vote, thereby upholding the constitutional validity of Section 62(5) of the … Continue reading Should Prisoners Have A Right to Vote?
Introduction The Indian General Election of 2019 witnessed the largest voter turnout in the history of elections at 67.4%. The election also focused on providing accessibility to voters, innovative measures to provide transport facilities to the voters with special needs. … Continue reading Making Elections More Efficient: Analysis of the Working Group Recommendations 2019
Politics is a sideshow in the great circus of life… Politics is derived from the Greek words ‘Polis’ which means community and ‘Poli’ meaning many. Politics can be defined as the laws, methods and practices of a group which makes decisions (i.e. … Continue reading Election, Religion, and Indian politics
This article has been written by Mohini Singla. Mohini is currently a student in Army Institute of Law, Mohali. “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela In India, it is … Continue reading Educational Qualification as a basic criterion for Election