The 36th LAWASIA Conference 2023 | The fine line between indigenous rights and environmental protection
Panellists discussed the need for more empathetic approaches to indigenous people in the societal and legal realms
27th Nov 2023More
The Court undertook a selective reading of its own jurisprudence while upholding the constitutionality of the Special Marriage Act
27th Oct 2023More
A five-judge bench rejected the plea for queer persons right to marry in India. What did the Court say?
23rd Oct 2023More
The Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023 wasted an opportunity to bolster the right to privacy for marginalised and vulnerable groups.
23rd Aug 2023More
Despite the SC’s move to restrict the case to the SMA, several concerns mar the road toward marriage equality for the LGBTQIA+ community.
9th May 2023More
A 2-Judge Bench of the SC delivered a split verdict on Karnataka’s Hijab Ban, which means the case will be deliberated for a 3rd time!
16th Oct 2022More
On October 13th, the bench comprising Justices Gupta and Dhulia delivered a split verdict in the Hijab Ban case. What next?
13th Oct 2022More
These include questions on equality, religious freedom, privacy, right to education & free speech and expression.
13th Oct 2022More
DESK BRIEF: Arguments on Religion took over half the SC time, despite all parties agreeing that it should not be the focus of the case.
26th Sep 2022More
What arguments were made in the challenge to the Hijab Ban in Karnataka? What will the Judgement focus on?
24th Sep 2022More
Supriyo @ Supriya Chakraborty & Anr. v Union of India
The five-judge bench upheld the validity of the Special Marriage Act, 1954, and held that the right to marry is not a fundamental right for queer persons.More
Vivek Narayan Sharma v Union of India
The Supreme Court upheld the Union's 2016 demonetisation scheme in a 4:1 split. The majority held that the scheme was proportionate to the the Union's stated objectives and was implemented in a reasonable manner.More