Telangana HC’s Powerful Decision on the Right to Health in times like COVID-19

The world is currently dealing with the unfortunate COVID crisis. Almost every government across the world has brought in radical measures to curb the transmission of cases and save its citizens from dying. The central and state governments in India have also done the same. The laws and regulations framed by the governments, to either... Continue Reading →

Not ‘Distinguished’ enough? The Tale of Article 124(3)(c) of the Constitution

Next month, Professor Andrew Burrows (University of Oxford) shall be sworn in as a Justice/Judge of the United Kingdom Supreme Court. Prof. Burrows is following the footsteps of the great Baroness Lady Hale (former Chief Justice of the Court, who delivered the judgment quashing the prorogation of the UK Parliament) who had also travelled from... Continue Reading →

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