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Divided by Religion

J Sai Deepak

It is time to address the creeping inequality in cultural and educational rights caused by the 93rd Amendment

Setting the House in Order

In a setback for the AIADMK, the Madras High Court has recognised J Jayalalithaa’s nephew’s and niece’s legal right over her properties

Hanging by a Thread

Four men were executed in the early hours of March 20th finally bringing peace to Jyoti Singh’s family, though larger questions about the death penalty still persist

Nirbhaya Convicts: Hanging in the Balance

Nirbhaya convicts and the emotional cost of counting the days between death and legal hope

Mind Your Speech

How governments across time have used sedition to suppress freedom

Fraught States

The trouble in believing that constitutional crises around the world are symptoms of the same disease

Undue Process

Karan Oberoi’s arrest shows the danger of automatic assumption of guilt in sexual crimes

The Crime That Can’t Be

Why former CJI Dipak Misra’s take on marital rape not being made an offence is erroneous

One Before All

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

The Futility of Imposing Expiry Dates on Vehicles

Why am I being stopped: aam admi encounters an arbitrary rule

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