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(This is a guest post by Amlan Mishra.) Two stances have been taken by those who believe in the unconstitutionality of the ..read more
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(This is a guest post by Pranay Lekhi.) Clause 1(d) of Article 370 has been used to pass over 45 Presidential Orders to modify and ..read more
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(This is a guest post by Nivedhitha K.) The legal trajectory that lead to the abolition of J&K’s special status has already been ..read more
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In this post, I will attempt to break down the constitutional changes to Article 370, and highlight some key legal issues surrounding them ..read more
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[Editorial Note: Justice is an indivisible concept. We cannot, therefore, discuss contemporary Supreme Court judgments without also ..read more
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[Editorial Note: Justice is an indivisible concept. We cannot, therefore, discuss contemporary Supreme Court judgments without also ..read more
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Today marks the sixth birthday of the Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy Blog. As always, I remain deeply grateful to all our ..read more
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In the previous two posts, Malavika Prasad and I have developed the concept of a “constitutional statute”, in the context of the ..read more
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(This is a guest post by Malavika Prasad.) The RTI Amendment Act 2019 has been critiqued for compromising the independence of the RTI ..read more
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Yesterday, the Rajya Sabha passed a set of amendments to the Right to Information [“RTI”] Act of 2005, clearing the way for their ..read more

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