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Gyanvapi : A Victory for the Right to Worship

Siddharth Singh

The Gyanvapi case is an opportunity to think about settling religious disputes out of court

Justice Uday Umesh Lalit: An Institutional Mind

The new Chief Justice of India has a long way to go in a short tenure

The Great Balancer

The evolution of the Indian judiciary as a defender of both people’s rights and the state’s interests

Truth On Trial

On March 18, 1922, Gandhi pleaded guilty and won a moral victory

The Open Society

A welcome question mark on sealed covers by the Supreme Court

Good Riddance for the Second Time

Six years after it was struck down, the draconian Section 66A finally makes a reluctant exit

An Anachronistic Justice

On the predictable response to the chief justice asking a rape accused to marry the victim

Judicial Activism

The job of the courts is to resolve disputes arising from either the violation of laws or conflicting interpretations of the law

Notes on a Hounding

The idea of good versus bad media trials and mob lynchings only perpetuates the practice

Judiciary: A Fine Balance

India’s higher judiciary is on a course correction

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