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Privatization of Liquor: A Look Into the Loopholes of The Policy

The division of the city was done into 32 zones and licenses were based on the same. In June 2021, the tenders were issued for the application of L-7Z and L-7V licenses. The office of commission of the excise government of the national capital issued terms and conditions for the grant of licenses.

The Information Technology Rules, 2021- A Constitutional Scrutiny

A law prescribing the procedure for depriving a person of his ‘personal liberty has to meet the requirements of Article 19 and if not shall be struck down as arbitrary under Article 14. Liberties and restrictions should run parallel to each other. One overpowering the other would distort the fair working of the constitutional machinery.

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Privatization of Liquor: A Look Into the Loopholes of The Policy

Privatization of Liquor: A Look Into the Loopholes of The Policy

The division of the city was done into 32 zones and licenses were based on the same. In June 2021, the tenders were issued for the application of L-7Z and L-7V licenses. The office of commission of the excise government of the national capital issued terms and conditions for the grant of licenses.

The Information Technology Rules, 2021- A Constitutional Scrutiny

The Information Technology Rules, 2021- A Constitutional Scrutiny

A law prescribing the procedure for depriving a person of his ‘personal liberty has to meet the requirements of Article 19 and if not shall be struck down as arbitrary under Article 14. Liberties and restrictions should run parallel to each other. One overpowering the other would distort the fair working of the constitutional machinery.

Gubernatorial impropriety

Gubernatorial impropriety

The office of the Governor is slowly and steadily being converted into an extended political branch of the central government. The scale and scope this time around are more than ever before! Are we ready for the implications this will have on National Unity and the dent it will cause to the constitutional principles of Cooperative Federalism, Constitutional Morality, and Democracy?

Supreme Court: A populist institution?

Supreme Court: A populist institution?

Dr. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud while overruling ADM Jabalpur v Shivkant Shukla said that:
“When histories of nations are written and critiqued, there are judicial decisions at the forefront of liberty. Yet others have to be assigned to the archives, reflective of what was, but should never have been.”

Strengthening the Democracy

Strengthening the Democracy

“We are constrained to express, that it seems, that in its anxiety to suppress dissent, in the mind of the State, the line between the constitutionally guaranteed right to protest and terrorist activity seems to be getting somewhat blurred. If this mindset gains traction, it would be a sad day for democracy.”

Whether Intermediary Guidelines 2021 are unjustified on legal principles

Whether Intermediary Guidelines 2021 are unjustified on legal principles

These guidelines have been placed to deal with the rapidly changing dimension of transmission of information through internet platforms. Stakeholders condemned these guidelines on various accounts. However, the plain reading of these guidelines reflects some drafting errors that are causing inconsistency with the common-law principles

Dissent in a political party equals defection?

Dissent in a political party equals defection?

From Gaya Lal to Jyotiraditya Scindia, nothing has changed except a law was enacted in the year 1985, which has been constantly violated by every party in power. A law with loopholes has made it easy for parties with huge cash reserves to reverse democratic mandate.

The Spoken word

The Spoken word

Once the legendary Tej Bahadur Sapru was arguing before Sir Shah Mohammed Sulaiman, who was known in the Bar as a “talking judge”.