Session 3: Preventive Detention- A Necessary Evil?

By Preyoshi Bhattacharjee The third session of CRCLP commenced on 30th August, 2019 with the engrossing topic of Preventive detention. The session began with a video clip showing the harrowing experience of preventive detention of Muhammad Amir Khan, author of the book ‘Framed as a Terrorist’, who spent fourteen years of his life in Jail … Continue reading Session 3: Preventive Detention- A Necessary Evil?

Bypassing of Anti-Defection law: Recent Scenario

By Gunsimran Kaur The Anti-Defection Law of 1985 has failed to serve it's purpose as members of certain political parties have found ways to bypass this legislation brought about to curb the same. The political corridors of Kartnatka were recently embroiled in a situation where the Congress-JD(S) coalition government was brought down due to resignation … Continue reading Bypassing of Anti-Defection law: Recent Scenario

Law Redefined: Parliamentary Supremacy vis-à-vis the Amending Power

By Mayank and Preyoshi This case-by-case analysis is done in order to determine how the law regarding 'What can be amended?' has been evolved. This article shall presue the following landmark judgements, namely, Shankari Prasad v. Union of India, L. C. Golak Nath V. State of Punjab, Kesavananda Bharti v. State of Kerala, Indira Nehru … Continue reading Law Redefined: Parliamentary Supremacy vis-à-vis the Amending Power