“Freedom after the speech - that is really what freedom of speech is all about.” - Fali S. Nariman Freedom of speech and expression is a fundamental right of every Indian citizen. Article 19(1)(a) of the...
Lawyers Institute for Empowerment recently held an interactive online class with Advocate S. Balan on 'Effective Handling of UAPA and NIA Cases’. During the session, Criminal Advocate S. Balan spoke at length on the various facets of...
In the past few months, the law of Sedition has assumed controversial importance. It mainly on account of change in the constitutional provision of freedom of speech (Article 19 (1)(a)) as a fundamental right. Sedition...
We are now months into the pandemic that has brought the world to its knees. By now, everyone knows how catastrophic the health crisis is. But we are only beginning to understand the economic crisis. Mass...
  A ban would inhibit new applications and solutions from being deployed and would discourage tech startups. It would handicap India from participating in new use cases that cryptocurrencies and tokens offer- The National...
Has remote advocacy opened a new door to law? As India was lagging to support remote advocacy, it seems that time is changing. Because of Covid-19, India's top law firms are allowing their employees to...
The recent emergence of the “Bois Locker Room” Instagram group has shocked the country. In the group, adolescent boys conversed with disgrace and pervertedness on underage girls. They circulated morphed private pictures of the girls...
“We are in the era of paid and fake news" remarked Justice A K Sikri on how the media undergone a complete transformation in the digital age. Justice Sikri delivered a speech on "Freedom of press...
President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday said that litigation fees should not create a divide between the haves and the have-nots — between litigants who can afford and those who cannot afford the considerable fees....
The Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on Friday remarked that the view of the court is that BSP chief Mayawati should reimburse public money that was spent on installing statues of herself...
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