The Ayodhya Mediation – An OptimistThe Ayodhya Mediation – An Optimist's View

Public opinion is divided on the decision of the Supreme Court of India to refer the Ayodhya dispute to mediation. There are some who welcome the decision in the hope that there will be a peaceful...

"Bird Feeding In Public-A Law Urgently Required !""Bird Feeding In Public-A Law Urgently Required !"

Remember the 1960s famous Alfred Hitchcock, horror/thriller film 'The Birds'? For those who don't, it's about a series of mysterious indefinable bird attacks in an otherwise peaceful, sleepy town of...

Rafale: India
Rafale: India's 'Pentagon Papers' Moment?

The test of 'clear and present danger' is identifiable with two eminent Justices of the Supreme Court of America, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and Louis Dembitz Brandeis. In their judgment in...

Lawyering, For Women, Is Not A Cake Walk!
Lawyering, For Women, Is Not A Cake Walk!

In the wake of contemporary feminist movements like #MeToo emerging from all over the world since 2016, feminism has been well perceived by young minds and has flourished considerably. But I...

When Lapsed Bills Resurrect As Ordinances
When Lapsed Bills Resurrect As Ordinances

The past few weeks saw a troubling phenomenon of lapsed bills resurrecting as Ordinances.Eight Ordinances were made - four of them reviving lapsed bills, and four of them dealing with issues which...

Woman Judge
Woman Judge's Case: The Tale Of Triple Recusal

Ten days back, all three members of a Supreme Court bench had recused from the plea of a former woman ADJ seeking reinstatement after having resigned following an inquiry into her allegations of...

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