Sukrut Khandekar

Sukrut Khandekar is a second-year student at the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad. His preferred pronouns are he/him. He is extremely passionate about the intersection between human rights law and criminal law, along with an interest in journalism.

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Human Rights Violations in Paradise: Lakshadweep’s Draft Regulations and their Potential Consequences on the Indigenous Tribal Populace

Human Rights Violations in Paradise: Lakshadweep’s Draft Regulations and their Potential Consequences on the Indigenous Tribal Populace

Recently, the administrator of India’s Lakshadweep islands, Praful Khoda Patel, introduced a slew of draft regulations, which have resulted in stern resentment from the indigenous population residing on the islands. The administrator ...