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The Constitution must permeate Indian society

Mumbai, June 18 -- Much has been written about the Indian Constitution recently. It has been described as revolutionary and transformative, India's holy book of sorts. The Supreme Court has used the n... Read More


The Constitution must permeate Indian society

New Delhi, June 18 -- Much has been written about the Indian Constitution recently. It has been described as revolutionary and transformative, India's holy book of sorts. The Supreme Court has used th... Read More


The Constitution must permeate Indian society

India, June 18 -- Much has been written about the Indian Constitution recently. It has been described as revolutionary and transformative, India's holy book of sorts. The Supreme Court has used the no... Read More


The need to ensure justice without fear or favour

Mumbai, April 26 -- Growing up in a middle-class neighbourhood in Kolkata in the 1980s, a para dadu (an elderly man in the neighbourhood) used to remark every so often that the Chief Justice of India... Read More


The need to ensure justice without fear or favour

India, April 26 -- Growing up in a middle-class neighbourhood in Kolkata in the 1980s, a para dadu (an elderly man in the neighbourhood) used to remark every so often that the Chief Justice of India (... Read More


SC's Ayodhya mediation is pragmatic and wise

India, March 25 -- The sight of lawyers arguing about civil procedure before judges, while the litigant strains her ears to understand how her legal claim is being decided, has always been a curious a... Read More


SC's Ayodhya mediation is pragmatic and wise

Mumbai, March 25 -- The sight of lawyers arguing about civil procedure before judges, while the litigant strains her ears to understand how her legal claim is being decided, has always been a curious ... Read More


The SC's Ayodhya mediation offer is pragmatic and wise

India, March 25 -- The sight of lawyers in black and white robes arguing about civil procedure before judges seated on a pedestal, while the hapless litigant strains her ears to understand how her leg... Read More