Harshit Goyal Time and again, Gaza has signed numerous international agreements over a variety of issues but the question still persists, is there an international law for Gaza? Introduction Gaza is a […]
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 […]
Book Review: Supreme Whispers
Eukti Garg There have been many authors who have written about the Supreme Court, its evolution, its criticism or just simply about the highlights of this great institution serving the nation but […]
Death Penalty as Punishment for Child Rapists?
Rajat Maloo A disproportionate and ineffective measure, death penalty for child rapists is plagued by a host of jurisprudential, penological, and practical problems The State aims to regulate the conduct of the […]
Justice and the Death Penalty: Is it simply a game of chance?
Somyajit Mohanty Death penalty, as administered and practised in the Indian criminal justice system falls short of morality by violating the principles of legality as laid down by Fuller. Introduction Lon Fuller […]
Rethinking Commercial Surrogacy: From Criminalization to a Contractual Solution
Anmol Jain and Aditya Saraswat Bringing escrow agreements to rescue affected surrogates instead of creating more crime It would not be wrong to state that the last winter session of the 16th […]
An Interesting Question of Judicial Precedent (2/3): the Triple Talaq case
Vrishank Singhania This is a continuation of an article written by Shantanu Narvane which you can find here. In this article, I apply the three approaches on judicial precedent that Shantanu laid […]
From the Archives – An Interesting Question of Judicial Precedent (1/3)
Shantanu Narvane The following article was originally published in the Critical Twenties blog. The second part of this series can be found here One of the joys of any legal positivist is the […]