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THE BIOMETRIC BIG BROTHER “AADHAAR” AND THE CONTROVERSY TODAY    “Study after study has shown that human behavior changes when we know we’re being watched. Under observation, we act less free, which means we effectively *are* less free.”  ― Edward Snowden  ...
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R (Miller) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union [2016] EWHC 2768 – A remarkable decision by the High Court of England and Wales on notification under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union and the quintessential executive...
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Saving India's democracy.
Part I Buildup to Bharati This year marks an unlikely milestone in the history of India’s judiciary. It is the 40th anniversary of both the Emergency and of the review petition that sought to overturn the most famous case in India’s judicial...
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The much  awaited judgment in the NJAC case [Writ Petition (Civil) No. 13 OF 2015 Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record -Association and another v. Union of India] has been pronounced by the 5 judges bench of the Hon’ble Apex Court . The court...
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                                        Fundamental Rights or Fundamentally Right?   The Founding Fathers of our Constitution had a gargantuan task of drafting what turned out to...
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In another interesting song and dance by the forever entertaining Aam Admi Party, recently the Chief Minister of the Govt. of the NCT of Delhi addressed a melodramatic letter to the Lt. Governor that would leave most Ekta Kapoor-esque writers lining...
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Experiences make a person what he or she is mainly in his thoughts and ideas. Thoughts and ideas may not remain same all the time but they may as well change with the experiences that a person may undergo in his...
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Constituent Assembly Photograph
It is trend. In first semester when I was supposed to be studying Torts, I used to feel like reading Public International Law. Then when I was doing a PIL moot I felt like reading landmark Constitutional Law judgements. When it...
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Indian constitution is said to be federal, then why not India is a federation but Union. It is mainly for two reasons viz.  (a) that the Indian Union is not the result of an agreement by the states and (b)...
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Law Students. The symbols of what is right, just and fair. The symbols of Truthfulness, Honesty, Morality and Ethics. The future saviors of equity, justice and good conscience. Is it? Hold On, People! If you think the above description of today's...
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Respected Mother/Father, It is with deep pain that I write this letter. I request you to make a few minutes available to this humble invocation. Kindly oblige. How privileged I am to have been bestowed with more than a million mothers...
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  On 26th June 1975, a shocked nation heard Indira Gandhi’s unmistakable voice declare in All India Radio “The President has proclaimed emergency. This is nothing to panic about.” Perhaps its obvious that when someone uses such a defensive approach, the...
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Note: -  I admit to only a passing acquaintance with serious literature, political theory, Indian history and philosophy and I welcome constructive criticism and comment. All conclusions drawn are as a result of my own conjecture, and I could be wrong. Lata Mangeshkar...
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  Right, said Salmond, is any interest, respect for which is a duty, and the disregard of which is a wrong. Disregard means neglect or indifference and does not require an actual violation. Seen in this sense many of our rights...
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