The pandemic has exposed for all to see longstanding problems in the justice system across India. Let us acknowledge and rectify these issues.
The death sentence remains a highly controversial topic: Its supporters believe they deter crimes while those against it argue that nobody has the right to take...
Neither the Governor nor the Union government can treat an elected state government as a second fiddle.
Colonialism is deeply and disturbingly entrenched in the most fundamental and vital aspects of post-colonial societies, namely knowledge, education and legal systems.
Fear and anxiety from the pandemic can lead to stress and induce change in sleeping/eating patterns, worsening of chronic/mental health problems, increased consumption of alcohol, tobacco
Though these measures are commendable, we need to consider if India is ready to adopt virtual courts as a permanent part of the justice dispensation system.
The thousands of deaths due to Covid-19 should force everyone to work towards a mechanism to hold such nations accountable.
The focus will be on the cost effectiveness of legal services provided and competitive cost will be a defining factor. The customer will be picking up...
One of the reasons the Left-Right binary approach is at loggerheads with the Indian worldview is because of its messianic certitude which is non-native, and its...
One can only hope the Novel Coronavirus outbreak spurs a movement of technology reforms that are long-lived.