Opinion

Opinion

Labour law reforms: The new labour minister has his work cut out

Simple codification will not give succour to labour or capital

June 19,2019

Opinion

The Prashant Kanojia Bail Order: Two Constitutional Issues

A high premium on personal liberty

June 12,2019

Opinion

Assam NRC: “Gauhati High Court has given me hope for justice”

As ‘foreigner’ ex-army officer walks out of detention camp, uncertainty stares at hundreds of other Sanaullahs

June 10,2019

Op-Ed

Mephisto in Mantralaya

Whose government is it anyway?

June 5,2019

Opinion

Foreign flying rights: Schism in the aviation industry as airlines seek level playing field in slot allocations

Writ filed in the Supreme Court as Jet employees worry that current allocations may kill the airline

June 4,2019

Opinion

The most dangerous thing

Translated by Malavika Rajkotia

May 25,2019

Opinion

There is an urgent need to reform the functioning of the ECI

Will a judicial member help salvage its reputation?

May 21,2019

Opinion

Rohingyas: Genocide in the backyard

Political agenda has overtaken constitutional and international law protections

May 17,2019

Opinion

 On Liberal Constitutionalism

Speech delivered at Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University on May 4, 2019

May 16,2019

International Law

Security Council declaring Masood Azhar a terrorist is no victory for India

Azhar is still free to go about his regular business in Pakistan

May 14,2019

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