An Indian reality: The freedom after speech question
Given how the march of technology has completely triumphed over law and regulation, the time has come to have a fresh look at Article 19 of the Constitution.
Will a uniform civil code help address the problem of gender inequality in India?
India’s personal laws are often discriminatory towards women, particularly in matters of marriage, divorce and inheritance
Amend Constitution, remove Governor's power to approve state bills: TN CM MK Stalin
We have to take steps for amending the constitution” Stalin said while moving a resolution censuring the activities of governor R N Ravi.
'A Part Apart': Biography traces journey of Ambedkar becoming Babasaheb
The book will be formally released on April 14 on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti.
'Corrupt' have united against honest PM Modi: BJP
Bhatia claimed that the government has a policy of zero tolerance against corruption and probe agencies have been acting against corruption without any discrimination.
No automatic disqualification for Rahul Gandhi: PDT Achary
The verdict of the Surat court has led to a confusing situation as the operation of the sentence has been suspended by 30 days.
No proposal to rework Constitution based on introduction of 'she/her' pronouns: Govt
In a written reply, Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said drafting of legislation in line with the government's philosophy of empowering women is an evolving and innovative practice.
Denying RTI access to non-citizens goes against spirit of Constitution: Delhi HC
This court is of the opinion that the RTI ought to be available to citizens and non-citizens depending upon the kind of information.
Vote to save Constitution in 2024: Akhilesh Yadav
Akhilesh Yadav accused the BJP of rigging the last assembly elections and ensuring the loss of his party candidates.
No deputy speaker in Lok Sabha for last 4 years; unprecedented, say experts and Opposition
Earlier, the SC had called the matter ‘very important’ and sought response from the Centre.
India's educational institutions must do better to support persons with special needs. Here's why
The Supreme Court has held that inclusion of persons with special needs in mainstream society can be ensured by improving enrolment of such children in schools (public & private) and universities.
'Setting aside appointment of non-brahmin priests against Constitution'
Addressing the media persons, Vanchinathan said the two non-brahmin priests had the required qualifications and attended interviews before being selected as priests of the temple.
If fraternity is a constitutional virtue, politics of the day is divorced from Constitution
The tragedy is that today’s politics is divorced from the Constitution, with striking contradictions between the two.
Why domicile status is not relevant to India
As a citizen, I should have the right to study, work and die anywhere within the country.
Japan’s new defence strategy and the move away from pacifism
Thus, there are strong indications that the current interceptor-reliant missile defence system is outdated in protecting the core interests of Japan.
SC pulls up Punjab Governor over Budget session, raps CM on teachers’ Singapore trip
The court said the governor has the right to seek information from the CM on matters related to the administration of the state.
Raipur Diary: ‘Collegium system best for appointing judges’
The Preamble of Indian Constitution has always been cited as the defining document for the judges.
We the people must never let freedom die
The last citadel of freedom, the judiciary, is under attack. While the ruling class has captured all other institutions, the lone one that can protect our freedoms, is the judiciary.
We, the people of PR-led India
As children growing up in the 80s, we woke up early every January 26 to watch the Republic Day parade.
Republic of the Constitution and Narendra Modi’s India
When the Indian republic inaugurated itself on January 26, 1950, it was a major historic transformation in our nation’s journey towards the emancipation of its masses.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test