Surbhi Ghai Protective legislation for females, with their stereotyped perceptions, are inhibiting their labour force participation rates. They must be revamped. The female labour force participation rate (FLPR) in India has continued […]
Law School Policy Review
Prof. Dr. Roopa Madhav The National Mineral Policy 2019 is a testament to the general approach of policymaking in India: Confused and Unimaginative. The National Mineral Policy (NMP) 2019 is a mixed bag. […]
Prannv Dhawan speaks with LGBTQ Rights Activist Anish Gawande in an exclusive Q&A for LSPR. This post is the 10th Installment to Law School Policy Review’s Election Series, 2019. Anish Gawande is […]
Binit Agrawal Does an employee buyout of the distressed airline make sense? Once India’s largest airline, Jet Airways has now ceased all its operations. Saddled with a huge debt, unprofitable operations and […]
Deconstructing The Sabarimala Dissent (3/3): Overcoming Multicultural Vulnerability through Transformative Accommodation
Tanishk Goyal, Naman Agarwal and Rishabh Singh Moving from the redundant ERP Test to the twin principles of the CVT and the theory of transformative accommodation could go a long way, in […]
Deconstructing The Sabarimala Dissent (2/3): Can the Contemporary Relevance of a religious practice override its essentiality?
Tanishk Goyal, Naman Agarwal and Rishabh Singh It is quite perspicuous that three of the honourable judges prescribed to the populist understanding and definition of the little enhanced arena of constitutional morality […]
Deconstructing The Sabarimala Dissent (1/3): An Analysis of the Essential Religious Practice (“ERP”) Conundrum
Tanishk Goyal, Naman Agarwal and Rishabh Singh The Essential Religious Practice (ERP) Test, used to determine inviolable aspects of a religion, favors an interventionist attitude by courts. This is because the test […]
Dr. B.C Gupta The justice delivery system should implement procedures to ensure speedy redressal to aggrieved consumers The United Nations Guidelines for Consumer Protection (UNGCP) adopted by the General Assembly through resolution […]
Aditya Prasanna Bhattacharya Ashok Lavasa’s dissents in the ECI’s “clean chits” to Modi give us occasion to turn back the pages of legal history, in order to understand how the Election Commission […]
The Legitimization of Saffron Terror: What does Sadhvi Pragya’s Lok Sabha Candidature Mean for India?
The BJP is openly signalling that not only will those accused of Hindu terror walk free, they will very much be part of policy decision making and crafting the future of the […]