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The Indian Supreme Court Declares the Constitutional Right to Privacy

The Indian Supreme Court Declares the Constitutional Right to Privacy

2017 has been a big year for constitutional development in India. In a historic and landmark decision, a 9-judge ...
Do Rohingya Refugees in India have Constitutional Rights?

Do Rohingya Refugees in India have Constitutional Rights?

The Indian Government recently issued a direction to identify and deport around 40,000 Rohingya refugees in India, ...
The Forced Expulsion of Rohingyas Reflects Why India Needs a Refugee Law

The Forced Expulsion of Rohingyas Reflects Why India Needs a Refugee Law

The Indian Government recently revealed its decision to deport the 40,000 Rohingya Muslims from the country, ...
An International Law Perspective on India’s Response toward the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

An International Law Perspective on India’s Response toward the Rohingya Refugee Crisis

In the opening statement made in the Human Rights Council’s 36th session on 11th September 2017, the United ...
Menstruation, the Right to Education and India’s Positive Obligations

Menstruation, the Right to Education and India’s Positive Obligations

The link between menstruation and the goals of gender justice is a complicated one- whether it is the debate ...
Watching the Indian Supreme Court Walk a Tight-Rope on the Right to Privacy in a Digital Age

Watching the Indian Supreme Court Walk a Tight-Rope on the Right to Privacy in a Digital Age

A nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has reserved its decision on whether or not there is a ...
The Constitutional Conundrum of The Right to Privacy in India

The Constitutional Conundrum of The Right to Privacy in India

A nine-judge constitution bench of Supreme Court of India is currently considering whether privacy is a ...
Aadhaar and the Right to Privacy

Aadhaar and the Right to Privacy

The Indian legal community is currently on tenterhooks awaiting judgment from the Supreme Court about the ...
India’s Model Beggary Bill: Towards Rehabilitating the Beggars

India’s Model Beggary Bill: Towards Rehabilitating the Beggars

The practice of beggary is rampant in India and currently, over 4 lakh (400,000) people are involved in it. Some ...
State Intervention in Muslim Personal Law: A Case of Fundamental Misunderstanding

State Intervention in Muslim Personal Law: A Case of Fundamental Misunderstanding

The All India Muslim Personal Law Board [the Board], has been at the centre of a raging controversy for the past ...
The Sorry State of Education in India

The Sorry State of Education in India

Lack of education is a fundamental problem in India, and the state of the Indian government schools is a clear ...
Death Sentences in the Delhi Gang Rape Case: Brutality as Trumps

Death Sentences in the Delhi Gang Rape Case: Brutality as Trumps

On 16th December 2012, a particularly disturbing case of gangrape and murder in New Delhi (‘the Delhi gangrape ...

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