Article 324(2): The Legal Tug of War?

By Anmol Kaur Bawa, Symbiosis Law College, Pune. Anoop Baranwal v. Union of India, Ministry of Law and Justice Secretary (Writ Petitions Civil Case no. 104/2015), is the recent PIL case, filed in the Supreme Court, which has managed to sprout…

Exceptions to Principles of Natural Justice: Part I

By Adv. Shriya Maini. “There are no Victors in the game of law until the Court verdicts…” Justice is the most important task of Rule of Law of the State. The role of an attorney is an integral part of…

Judiciary, Media and Public Opinion: An Overview

By Arifa Khan, Post Graduate College of Law, Osmania University, Hyderabad. The media is regarded as the fourth pillar of any democracy. An independent media is necessary for keeping a check on the government and its organs. But with the increasing…

Would India be justified in doing away with the Death Penalty?-Decoding the 262nd Law Commission Report

By Vershika Sharma, National Law University, Jodhpur. India is one of the 59 countries in the world that still retain death penalty even after the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution 62/149 on 18-12-2007. 262nd Law Commission Report is the outcome of…