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Telling Feminism through theory, experiences and judgment writing in India
Panel Discussion

Telling Feminism through theory, experiences and judgment writing in India

“Telling Feminism through theory, experiences and judgment writing in India”, organised by The Quest Sociolegal Review in collaboration with OXFAM India and Centre for Human Rights, Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad. Speakers: Prof. Aakash Singh Rathore – Philosopher and author of Ambedkar’s Preamble. ( Opening Remarks) Ms Flavia Agnes – Women’s […]

Internet Shutdown in Kashmir [ Interview]
Interview

Internet Shutdown in Kashmir [ Interview]

Online self-expression that is right to the internet is a crucial aspect of democratic existence of the information age. On the contrary, Jammu and Kashmir witnessed a sheer number of internet clampdowns. To address this issue of Internet ban in Kashmir and Right to Internet, the Quest SLR presents live […]

PRIVACY CONCERNS IN THE DRONE RULES (DRAFT UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM RULES 2020)
Legal Developments

PRIVACY CONCERNS IN THE DRONE RULES (DRAFT UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEM RULES 2020)

Padmini Subhashree. Policy Analyst, New Delhi-based think tank. Alumnus of National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata. Affiliate Institute: Citizens’ Foundation for Policy Solutions (CFPS). The draft Unmanned Aircraft System Rules, 2020 (‘Draft Rules’) released in June 2020 have attracted widespread criticism for their inadequacy in addressing privacy concerns. Since the […]

Man reading a newspaper with fake news and lies
Social Science

THE FAKE NEWS PANDEMIC: A VIRAL LIE

SANIGHDHA3rd YEAR, UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF LEGAL STUDIES, PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH “Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than knowledge.” George Bernard Shaw A constant tribulation and a vexing mishap-fake news today, has become the most formidable and strenuous burden to deal with. Sans legal clarity and legislative authority, curbing […]

Monthly Digest July 2020
Digest

Monthly Digest July 2020

This is the first official digest from The Quest Socio-legal Review.JULY 2020 | Vol. 01 Issue IThis digest has been prepared by – This issue has been prepared by Aman Siwasiya Ananya Bhargava Ayush Chourasia Prakrati Shrivastava Rahul Goyal aiaiSSsssssssssssssssssS aaammnmA aA

Revisiting Franklin Roosevelt’s Federal System vis-á-vis Indian Cooperative Federalism During Covid-19
Constitution

Revisiting Franklin Roosevelt’s Federal System vis-á-vis Indian Cooperative Federalism During Covid-19

Rozat Akolawala Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad In the words of Birch, cooperative federalism is the administrative cooperation between Central and the state governments with the states being partially dependent on grants from the Centre to promote developments in matters which are constitutionally assigned to them. The article aims to highlight […]

Podcast Episode 02
Podcast

Podcast Episode 02

Marginalised Explanation of the Constitutional Ethos About the Guest Prof. Rohit De Prof. De is a lawyer and historian of modern South Asia and focuses on the legal history of the Indian subcontinent and the common law world.  As a legal historian he moves beyond asking what the law was; […]