The government of India decided to stop the sale of medicines through unlicensed online platforms considering the fact that most of these platforms don’t have the necessary license to sell medicines online as required under the law. The government also … Continue reading e-Pharmacies and Right to Privacy: Need for Robust Regulatory Framework
On the 5th of March 2020, authorities in Lucknow erected banners across major road crossings in the city, identifying several anti–CAA protestors allegedly responsible for vandalism and causing loss to public property. The banners go on to expressly state the … Continue reading UP Hoardings: Upholding Privacy, The Chilling Effect and a Missed Opportunity
General Background The Indian Parliament recently passed a new legislation “The Citizenship Amendment Act 2019” (CAA) through which religiously persecuted minorities from three countries namely Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan who have come to India before 31st December 2014 will get … Continue reading Hoardings by Uttar Pradesh Government: The Constitutional Angle
Right to privacy is a fundamental right and not merely a common man right. The ambit of the right to life embodied in Art.21 is wide and far reaching. The right to life has been liberally interpreted so as to … Continue reading Right to be Forgotten: A Forgotten Part of Right to Privacy
Marriage is defined as “the civil status, condition, or relation of one man and one woman united in law for life, for the discharge to each other and the community of the duties legally incumbent on those whose association is … Continue reading “Restitution of Conjugal Rights OR Deprivation of Privacy Rights”?
The Supreme Court of India’s judgment in Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd) vs Union of India was a milestone in the history of democratic India. The wordings of the judgement are as follows: “The right to privacy is protected as an … Continue reading Right to Privacy – A Fundamental Right