Editorials

In Absence of Laws India Stands a Mute Spectator to Lynch Squad

Law is the defining principle of our life. It controls and regulates the direction of our actions in both personal and social state of affairs. India has a plethora of laws that not only safeguards the rights of its...

Is there an end to this plight?

Rational Ignorance has been defined as a concept where there is a chosen path to ignore something because the cost of knowledge outweighs the potential benefits. Of everyday events which occur in a day in a city’s life, some...

Babri Mosque Fiasco: The Politico-Legal Battle That Has Transcended Centuries

With the number of cases pending in the Supreme Court of India, it would not be an overstatement to assert that the ‘test of time’ is a concept foreign to Indian cases. Indian judiciary has, to its credit, cases...

Harming The Cause Of Hinduism

Never has been the national identity as much attached to the religiosity of Hinduism in the modern history of India as it is now. Never has the RSS doctrine of faith this aggressive in the country as it is...

Transformational Attitude of Youths from Kashmir against Terrorism

For long we have known Kashmiris as separatists, terrorists, stone-pelters and so on. The media too has made a sweeping judgment about the people of Kashmir in the same vein. To a reasonable extent, our apprehensive attitude toward them seemed...

Of Nagaland Row and a “series of fragments”: Reconciling Contradictions

Prof. Upendra Baxi, while talking of “Constitutionalism and Identity”, made an incisive observation on the nature of the Indian Constitution that pretty much sums up the dilemma that consumes the State of Nagaland today. “We live in the era...

Uniform Civil Code, Gender-Justice and Personal Laws: Putting Things into Perspective

Article 44 of the Indian Constitution is couched in such phraseology that it is replete with controversy when analyzed in the light of the broader constitutional scheme. The directive that has been laid down as, “The state shall endeavor...

Cauvery River Water Dispute: Advocating a modern approach to Basin Water Allocation

"Water is a fugitive resource that cannot be easily contained by political boundaries or property rights." Water being such an inseparable part of human existence has led to international and intra-national conflicts over the years and has beleaguered the...

ISLAMOPHOBIA OR THE FRENCH IDEALS: FRANCE, YOU DECIDE!

Burqa, the lengthy flowing gown worn by Muslim women, has been the subject of debate for tens of years. Some see it as a "mobile prison" that restricts a woman's right to participate in the society as an equal...

Liberalization and the power structure

Rule of Law is the basis of every free and civilised society. One of the major theses of this doctrine is the recognition of right to life and personal liberty as “inheres in the body of every living person.”...

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