Discrimination Against Minorities By Public Authorities: What India needs to learn from Berlin

With Berlin passing the first anti-discriminatory legislation in the country, it is a moment of deep contemplation for Indian law-makers to take requisite steps in a similar direction. The anti-discriminatory law in Berlin prohibits public authorities and police officials to … Continue reading Discrimination Against Minorities By Public Authorities: What India needs to learn from Berlin

The Curious Case of India’s Draft Environment Impact Assessment Notification, 2020

For the past few months, there’s been an immense hue and cry over the draft EIA Notification, 2020. It is claimed by many activists, environmental groups, biologists and students that the notification is “anti-people”, “anti-environment” and “pro-industries”. In this article, … Continue reading The Curious Case of India’s Draft Environment Impact Assessment Notification, 2020

Evaluation of Jus Sanguinis Citizenship And Statelessness In India And South Africa

Introduction Article 7 of the Convention on Rights of Children provides that a child has the right to acquire nationality immediately after its birth. Article 7(2) specifically mentions that domestic laws should respect this right in cases where the child … Continue reading Evaluation of Jus Sanguinis Citizenship And Statelessness In India And South Africa