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What can the US judicial overturning of Roe v Wade tell us about reproductive decision-making and the law in India? Our histories might be different, yet they…
05-Jul-2022
India’s punitive demolitions bear striking resemblance to Israel’s tactics against Palestinians. The tragedy is that a significant chunk of the majority in…
21-Jun-2022
The higher judiciary must proactively exercise its powers to intervene suo motu to deal with a spate of incidents that rip the country's social and…
22-Jun-2022
There is much to learn from unlikely places about the working — and promise — of the law against sexual harassment at workplaces.
31-May-2022
To say that street dogs should not be fed at all is a clear violation of animal and human rights. If the feeders are following rules, their action cannot be…
25-May-2022
The Supreme Court has forgotten that its primary duty is to protect the citizen from the excesses of the state and its instrumentalities. The time is ripe for…
05-May-2022
A 23-year-old reminisces about her 16-year-old self that was afflicted by a lifelong autoimmune illness, prompting recollections of the questions she asked…
26-Apr-2022
The October 2021 think tank report, ‘India’s Path to Power’ can be seen as a grand strategic document; it offers a comprehensive, ecological approach to…
13-Apr-2022
Without proper regulatory clarity and oversight, the emerging policy on online education threatens to turn the university into a shell institution,…
13-Apr-2022
The results of India’s tough Common Law Admission Test are unequal in socio-economic terms, highlighting the deleterious effect that a candidate’s low income…
28-Mar-2022
Russia has invaded Ukraine. At this stage, there are two questions. What will be done? And what should be done?
10-Mar-2022
Cow protection and ‘aawara pashu’ are two sides of the same coin and both are politically caught in a bind.
10-Mar-2022