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"Justify - Law and Politics in India", Vidhi Launches Podcast On Latest Legal Developments In India

18 Nov 2019 3:22 PM GMT
Justify - Law and Politics in India, Vidhi Launches Podcast On Latest Legal Developments In India
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Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy has announced the launch of its maiden podcast, "Justify - Law and Politics in India".

The podcast aims to break-down and discuss contemporary legal developments in India, to provide a better understanding of law.

The show is divided into four segments—

ROUND-UP: which gives updates of latest developments in the Indian judiciary;

DEEP DIVE: where arguments on a contemporary legal development will be discussed;

TETE-A-TETE: where special guest(s) will discuss the arguments and share their views on the subject;

CLATTER: a legal quiz (bit tougher than CLAT) with assured prizes for the first person who gives the right answer.

The show will be hosted by Dr. Arghya Sengupta, Founder and Research Director at Vidhi.

The 1st episode of the show will discuss the Supreme Court judgment on Ayodhya Land Title Dispute case and the 2nd episode will assess the Sabarimala judgment.

The show will also indulge in discussions pertaining to deep constitutional issues like Kashmir and the basic structure doctrine, the opportunities and challenges for Chief Justice Bobde besides a special episode with a Supreme Court judge.

VCLP is an independent think-tank aimed at facilitating better laws to improve governance for the public good. It undertakes original legal research, petitions courts on important law and policy issues, and collaborates with civil society, academic institutions and other stakeholders to have a positive impact on governance.

The podcast will be available every week by Wednesday at:

See Video Here

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