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Anurag Bhaskar’s The Foresighted Ambedkar Ideas that Shaped Indian Constitutional Discourse

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Did Dr Ambedkar Want to Burn the Constitution?

A chapter in a recent book looks at the context of a statement often quoted by proponents of a new Constitution. Here’s a brief excerpt.

6th Jun 2024

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A star in the judicial firmament: Fali Nariman on Justice Subba Rao

An excerpt from Nariman’s autobiography showcases his wit and insight on a favourite topic: Supreme Court judges

1st Mar 2024

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“In choosing the essential practices test, Indian courts have shaded out alternative doctrinal approaches”: Mathew John

The author of ‘India’s Communal Constitution’ on the balance between individual rights, religious identities and the Uniform Civil Code

11th Jan 2024

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A Tale of Two Constitutions: An Excerpt from ‘A Dismantled State’

The abrogation of Article 370 threatens the safeguards acknowledging special arrangements in other states too, writes Anuradha Bhasin.

24th Aug 2023

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A Broken Pact: An Excerpt from ‘A Dismantled State’

The terms of J&K’s Instrument of Accession have been compromised by the abrogation of Article 370, Anuradha Bhasin argues in her book.

16th Aug 2023

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