The Sabarimala Verdict: Praise and Criticism

The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, this Friday passed a verdict which has been hailed as a judgment in the right direction contributing significantly to the jurisprudence related to equality and dignity in India. The Court by a 4:1 majority struck down the prohibition on women from entering the Sabarimala temple. The judgment running over... Continue Reading →

[PART II] Right to Vote as a Statutory Right: Justifications and Repercussions

[This post is Part II of the previous post in this series. In this post I shall analyze the categorization of the Right to Vote as a statutory right and the repercussions it holds.] In the previous post to this series, a discussion on the nature of the Right to Vote [“R2V”] was undertaken and... Continue Reading →

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