By Gaurav Redhal Law has been at the centre of all human activities since the inception of mankind. The organization of legal framework may have been varied as per the existing norms and precedents of that society but the underlying principle has always been to regulate the human conduct. Law being an inter-subjective study, it … Continue reading The Indian Constitution and International Law
By Mayank Sharma The ongoing nationwide lockdown announced on 24th March to contain the spread of the Coronavirus has turned out to be a nightmare for the migrant workers. These workers who survive on meagre wages were rendered jobless overnight without any money and food to survive. What followed was the mass exodus of workers … Continue reading Plight of Migrant Workers and the Constitutional Safeguards
By Gunsimran Sethi The Covid-19 pandemic has brought almost the entire world to a standstill. It has brought forth some unprecedented concerns – economic, social, and political for almost all the nations. Amidst this conundrum surrounding us, came the suggestion- of no government advertising for 2 years to cut down treasury expenses, by one of … Continue reading Regulation of Government Advertisements in India
By Gaurav Hooda, Alumnus AIL From the past few weeks, the situation in India & all across the globe has been tense. It is as close to war, the entire human race could have possibly been. Regardless of who’s to be blamed, which we all know by now, India for sure is on a war … Continue reading How to Fight the Pandemic Legally
By Preyoshi Bhattacharjee On this 26th day of November 2019 our Constitution completed 70 years of its existence. The Center for research in Constitutional law and Policy (CRCLP) organised the celebration of Constitution day on 28th November during the Thursday activity, which was attended by the first three years. The celebration commenced with the heartwarming … Continue reading CONSTITUTION DAY CELEBRATION
By Deepika Sangwan and Gunsimran Sethi The entire globe is walking through unchartered territory while containing the Covid19 pandemic but for a country like India with high population density, limited resources and illiteracy, the fight against the virus is certainly going to be more challenging and demanding. The country is going through the testing times … Continue reading Constitutional Obligation of Citizens & Welfare State amid Corona Outbreak: Legal Analysis
Picture Credits: ClearIAS Article 21 of the Indian Constitution states that “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law”. The words "procedure established by law" are of utmost importance, based on which someone's right to life and liberty can be taken away. On the outset, … Continue reading Due process of law or Procedure established by law?
Session 5.2 of CRCLP began with the introduction given by Gunsimran of fourth year. She introduced the controversial topic of NRC which is associated with the state of Assam. She also highlighted the issue of illegal migrants in context of Mexico and Venezuela and how they adversely affect the resources of a country particularly a … Continue reading Contesting citizenship vis-à-vis NRC
The fifth session of CRCLP was on the "Contours of Citizenship” wherein the centre endeavoured to apprise the students of the basic law governing Citizenship and was divided into four parts. The first speaker Deepika Sangwan elucidated upon the jurisprudential aspect of the law relating to citizenship with a special focus on the various concepts … Continue reading Session 5 Contours of Citizenship
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?