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The Supreme Court’s Haryana Panchayati Raj Judgment Is Not Backed By The Constitution
14 December 2015
On 10 December 2015, when the world was marking Human Rights Day, the Supreme Court of India delivered its judgment in the case of Rajbala vs the State of Haryana. The court was ruling on the...
The Judiciary Is Too Important To Be Left To Judges Alone
22 October 2015
The speculation is over. Last week the Supreme Court of India finally stuck down the 99th Amendment to the Indian Constitution as well as theNational Judicial Appointments Commission Act...
Why Aadhar’s Backers are Wrong to Say Privacy Rights Can be Voluntarily Waived
09 October 2015
When the constitutional validity of the Unique Identification Authority of India (Aadhaar) was challenged last year by a retired judge, Justice K.S. Puttaswamy and a host of other petitioners, the...
How 'Surveillance Raj' In Educational Institutions Infringes Upon Personal Liberty
29 September 2015
In the making of an Orwellian State, due importance must be given to snooping. TheDraft National Encryption Policy which was floated by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology...
Is the Aadhar Card Compulsory? It’s Not Yet Clear
The Wire /
16 September 2015
“It is not mandatory for a citizen to obtain an Aadhar card”, stated the Supreme Court on the 11th of August, 2015. The court was considering whether the Constitution guarantees a right to...
Despite Supreme Court’s order, transgenders still feel discriminated
The Indian Express /
27 August 2015
Transgenders continue to face social exclusion and find it difficult to get official documents including ID cards even after the landmark Supreme Court verdict recognising the ‘third gender’,...
The curious case of Indian innovation
15 July 2015
India’s slide as a global innovation hub continues. Not only is India expected to perform poorly on this year’s World Bank sponsored Global Innovation Index, slated to be released later this month,...
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