Supreme Court of India
India’s Supreme Court and High Courts: Imbalance in the Power Equation
The High Courts no longer have the powers that were accorded to them in the Constitution, their authority having been whittled away by the Supreme Court. It is time for a reform that introduces a…
Letter: Ghosts of ADM Jabalpur in SC Order on Prof. Saibaba
"It’s troubling that a well reasoned judgment of the Bombay HC acquitting Prof. Saibaba and others which pointed out to serious shortcomings in the prosecution case relating to mandatory…
People's Union for Civil Liberties
Supreme Court Endorses Enhanced Powers of Enforcement Directorate
The court accepted the government’s contention that the ED's powers did not need further checks to place it at par with the standards of justice applied in other criminal trials.
How Judicial Inaction is Killing Constitutional Faith with a Thousand Cuts
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 the judges to get down to their actual…
The Supreme Court Needs to Step in to Stop Mob Lynchings
The Supreme Court has a duty to enforce its 2018 judgement against lynchings and mob violence. Its failure to do so emboldens majoritarian governments and vigilantes alike.
Why the CAA Violates the Constitution
‘A reasonable analysis based on primary legal principles, on the Constitution’s language and on the Court’s own past decisions, will show us that the CAA … infracts fundamental rights, in particular…