Supreme Court

Mumbai Notebook

Anil Dharker

Judicial overreach and mercury overshoot

Sabarimala: Among the Believers

Kerala’s most visited temple has become a war zone for reformists and traditionalists following the Supreme Court verdict allowing young entry to the shrine

A Crisis of Faith: The Wages of Selective Secularism

The issue at Sabarimala is not about equal gender rights

A Tale of Two Temples

Sabarimala and Ayodhya: from the fluidity of Hinduism to the certainties of social engineering


A tame Diwali and Jairam Ramesh's new biography


MeToo comes to India and the secret of a former UPA minister

The Law’s Big Flaw

A Supreme Court judgment on Section 498A puts husbands at the peril of divorce lawyers again

India 2018: A Love Story

The lives and loves of Indian gay couples after the freedom verdict

Comfort In Anonymity

For socially and economically disadvantaged queers in conservative Chennai, the quest for personal freedom and dignity does not end with the judgment on Section 377

Tyranny of the Majority

Why it takes society decades to remove a bad law


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