LGBTQA rights have been a topic of discussion for a long time around the world and has gained a lot of importance in India recently. It was only in 2017, when people of the LGBT community were allowed to express their sexual orientation under the Right to Privacy under the Indian Constitution. The Right to Privacy was declared a fundamental right in the same year in the historic KS Puttaswamy versus Union of India (SC, 2017) case.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how crucial free access to reliable information can be. In a crisis such as this, it wouldn’t be an understatement to say that information can be a matter of life and death. Conversely, disinformation has speedily increased and it fuels various risks, including, at the present, the risk to public health. Further, it reinforces other challenges such as socio-economic disparity, gender bias, and inequalities of all forms.
The Execution of Bhagat Singh: Legal Heresies of the Raj is an exceptional contribution to the Legal and Constitutional History of India. This book is authored by Professor Satvinder Juss who is currently a professor of law at King’s College London. This book is divided into eleven chapters covering range of social, political and legalContinue reading “[Book Review] The Execution of Bhagat Singh: Legal Heresies of the Raj”
The protesters are reminding those in power that constitutional government should not just follow the text of the Constitution but also adhere to its spirit and values in practice.
By- Anupam Prabhat Shrivastava !! Fundamental rights are the basic rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitutions of India to its citizens. These rights have a legal sanction and are enforceable in the court of law. A few good reasons made the enunciation of the Fundamental Rights in the Constitution rather inevitable. During the British RuleContinue reading “FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN INDIAN CONSTITUTION”