Conjugal Justice

Lhendup G Bhutia

Five years after instant triple talaq was declared unconstitutional, many Muslim women now seek a ban on other unequal practices

Jindal Global Law School: Raising the Bar

The success of JGLS marks the emergence of India as an important destination for pursuing legal education of a global standard

Life Uninterrupted

Covid deaths have sharpened the focus on posthumous sperm retrieval which continues to be plagued by the absence of legal and ethical guidelines

The Thing about Sedition

On evidences that are necessary to charge a person with sedition

The Heteropolar Challenge

India needs a coherent legal framework to deal with non-state players like Greta Thunberg and Disha Ravi

The Arsonist’s Act

Kangana Ranaut plays her biggest role as the demolition diva at Bollywood’s weakest moment

Love on Trial

Death does not deter intercaste and interfaith couples

Divided by Religion

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


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