Minors’ Participation in Protests: Balancing Rights and Restrictions

Zen Gunratan Sadavarte, a twelve-year-old from Mumbai, wrote a letter to the Chief Justice of India (CJI), highlighting the death of a four-month-old baby Mohommad Jahhan due to his exposure to the frigid weather of the capital. The infant’s mother used to regularly take him to the Shaheen Bagh protest site, where women in largeContinue reading “Minors’ Participation in Protests: Balancing Rights and Restrictions”

Justice Gogoi’s Appointment to the Rajya Sabha

India is a ‘Constitutionalism’ country with its own ‘Constitution’. Constitutionalism is the antithesis of power.[1] It acknowledges the need for governmental power but simultaneously puts limitations on it. It carries with it the spirit of distribution of power rather than concentrating it at one point. Indian democracy has three pillars, namely, Legislature, Executive and JudiciaryContinue reading “Justice Gogoi’s Appointment to the Rajya Sabha”