A Brahmin lover to a PM idolizer: Can a Judge be removed for making communal/political comments?

The Supreme Court has described an ideal Judge as the one who lives and behaves like a hermit having no desire or aspiration.[1] The justification behind this life of seclusion is that the Judge should not encounter people, who’s rights and liabilities she/he decides. A Judge should be unbiased and should decide every case before... Continue Reading →

Everything wrong with the J&K Presidential Order

Two days ago, India underwent a major constitutional and political change, as the central government through a presidential order (‘order’) set in motion the revocation of Article 370 which granted special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir (‘J&K’). The order has been followed by a Bill through which the state of Jammu and... Continue Reading →

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