Judiciary: A Fine Balance

Siddharth Singh

India’s higher judiciary is on a course correction

Pawar Play

Sharad Pawar, one of India’s wiliest politicians, is getting back at the BJP by putting a wedge in their alliance with the Shiv Sena

Birthday Work

The blessings of the goddess

We Sindhis make good lawyers, Ram Jethmalani once said

Renowned lawyer and friend Indira Jaising pays tributes to the late legal luminary

Preet Bharara: ‘It’s the height of arrogance for Rajat Gupta to go smearing other people’

Preet Bharara has earned enough enemies in his career as a US attorney. Now he has written a book on crime and punishment. The high profile Indian-origin prosecutor in conversation with Bhavya Dore

One Before All

Placing the individual, not society, at the heart of the Constitution

Lust for Life

A first-hand perspective of Bengal’s prison systems

Of Cheeks and Slaps

The conditions under which force may be used against government injustice and what India’s historical experience tells us about resistance

States of Disobedience

Why is it that many Supreme Court rulings go unimplemented in the South?

Art of the Possible

Politics, the perils of democratic systems and the role of institutions


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