Tag Archives: Constitutional law

Podcast Episode 02

Marginalised Explanation of the Constitutional Ethos About the Podcast Episode – 02 | Marginalised Explanation of the Constitutional Ethos In this episode of the Unwired by The Quest Socio-legal Review, Mr Ashit Kumar Srivastava speaks to Prof. Rohit De, Associate Professor at Yale University and author of A People’s Constitution: The …

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Revisiting the Constitutional Ceiling in the light of Madhya Pradesh

The debate and speeches of the Constituent assembly have paramount importance in shaping the Constitutional jurisprudence of India. It is the debate and discourse culture which helps the Parliament as well as the Courts in India to draw inspiration and analyse the legislative intent behind the provisions. Dr B.R. Ambedkar, …

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A Case for Anti-SLAPP Laws in India

Anti Slapp Law

Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, or what are commonly referred to as SLAPP suits, are filed to censor, intimidate and silence the critics who have spoken out in public interest by overburdening and exhausting them with litigation. SLAPP is a term coined by George W. Pring and Penelope Canan who …

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Kashmir Disconnected

In this article, the author critically analyses the judgement of Supreme Court in Anuradha Bhasin V. Union of India. The author tries to draw an analogy from the debate on Security and Liberty

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Dr. Ambedkar and Drafting of the Constitution

Dr. Ambedkar and drafting of Constitution

Note – This lecture was conducted by The Quest SLR, under its previous banner of The Contemporary. In this lecture on Dr Ambedkar and drafting the Constitution of India, Prof. Aakash Singh Rathore, who is also the advisor on board of The Quest SLR, talks about the origin of the …

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