The Germans learnt from the bitter experience of the Nazi era that it was important to limit parliament's amending power.
The state's RTE protocol on out-of-school children is the first in the country. It has incorporated the provisions of the Articles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights …
The author's lament about the attacks on individual rights and freedoms in present-day India.
With private developers keeping their focus on the middle-class as a market, vulnerable sections continue to be pushed to the margins as an apathetic judiciary and government look on.
The ministry of education's recent decision to impose regional languages in technical education will do more harm than good to students belonging to underprivileged sections of society.
The state of the nation is such that we have devolved from “for, of, by the people” towards “far, off, buy the people”.
'No longer shall you wait, no more relent; until you have annihilated me completely'.
In the words of Justice Chandrachud, the constitution cannot be used as an “instrument for the perpetuation of patriarchy.”
The BJP's actions in Karnataka reek of corruption and disrespect for the constitution, so why aren't its loyal, supposedly nationalist supporters questioning these actions?
The threat of censorship is brandished at any publication that unsettles the government and its perverse, often misplaced sense of morality.