Supreme Court

A Red Card for Indian Football

FIFA’s decision to suspend AIFF puts the spotlight on in-house intrigues and frustrates the Supreme Court’s efforts to reform the sport’s governance

Justice Uday Umesh Lalit: An Institutional Mind

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

The Loud Sentinel

The Supreme Court’s observations in denying Nupur Sharma relief contradict its own precedent and the notion of judicial restraint

America After Roe vs Wade

Conservative judges have inflamed the culture war by scrapping the constitutional right to abortion

An Emphatic Verdict

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court judgment, there have been a clutch of punitive measures against those responsible for falsifying witness statements and misleading courts

Caught in the Act

Converting Black Money into White

AG Perarivalan: A Free Man

Three decades after his conviction for Rajiv Gandhi’s assassination, he was released thanks to the efforts of his mother

A Rethink on Sedition?

With the government changing its stance, a more lenient law could be on the cards


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