Centre’s stalling before the Delhi High Court is not surprising (on marital rape)

Picture Credit - Zee News India Last week, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta representing the central government told the Delhi High Court that the Centre needed reasonable time to formulate its stand on the issue of marital rape. Mehta submitted, that an ‘amendment to criminal law is a continuous process’ and suggestions have been invited from... Continue Reading →

Ayushmann Khurrana’s Article 15 & the Law punishing Atrocities against SC & ST

The motion poster for the movie. The Republic of India celebrates its 73rd Republic Day today i.e., 26 January 2022. On this day, the erstwhile dominion of India became a Republic i.e., a nation governed by its own Constitution. This Constitution was a result of extensive labour and discussion by a Constituent Assembly consisting of representatives... Continue Reading →

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 →

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