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R.I.P. Justice Bhagwati (1921-2017)

One of India’s greatest judges has passed away. Justice P.N. Bhagwati is known for his landmark judgments expanding the scope of our fundamental rights – judgments that are studied by law students...

Declaring Independence Part 3: Setting Up Your Office

Declaring Independence  is a series by Tishampati Sen, an Advocate-on-Record who quit his job at a top-tier law firm to start his own practice. Setting up one’s own practice at a relatively young age is a...

How International Law is keeping Kulbhushan Jadhav alive: Part 2

In Part 1 of this piece, I discussed the facts of the Jadhav Case, the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (“Convention”), and the law relating to Provisional Measures. Let’s now look at how the...

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[Video] Mathura: The rape that changed India

Not many remember that 40 years before the horrific events of December 16, 2012, there was another incident, where a girl even younger than Jyoti Singh was raped. Her name was Mathura and she was raped by police constables. She survived and appealed...

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