October 5, 2019

As the NRC Process draws to a close, its a race against time for the 19 million citizens to get their papers in time, and save their future. No one knows how many will remain. A lot has been said about the politics, but what of the law? Karun Gupta looks at how the Supreme Court impacted the case.

September 27, 2019

A theory from behavioral economics could have provided a better approach to tackling single-use plastics than an outright ban. So why did India not use it?

September 24, 2019

Parth Maniktala, student of Law at University of Delhi, explains all you want to know about Kashmir, Art. 370, and the present state of affairs in the beleaguered region.

September 24, 2019

Now that the NRC in Assam has been published, what happens to those who have been left out? L.L.M. Candidate at UCLA School of Law, Akruti Chandrayya explains the complex intricacies of national and international law that now come into play.

September 14, 2019

What is the Right to Information Act in India, and why does the recent amendment to the Act represent an unmistakable erosion of a democratic right? Read Gurmat's article to know it all.

September 13, 2019

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was brought in by the Indian Government to help speed up the process of dealing with bankrupt companies. However, it has ended up with a complex legal questions that now threatens a US$400 billion industry. Shivani Malik explains.

The Narendra Modi led BJP government in India is pursuing a hardline stance against encryption and user privacy. A proposed set of changes would grant sweeping new powers to the Executive to censor content on platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook. Pallavi Khatri from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, explains the proposed changes.

July 31, 2019

Kamya Vishwanath from Jindal Law School talks about Criminal Procedure in India and the rights of the accused therein.

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