Right to Internet as a Fundamental Right

Right to the Internet in the International Forum In 2011, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) adopted a report of the Special Rapporteur, Mr. Frank La Rue on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression[1]. The report stressed the importance of universal access to the Internet and itContinue reading “Right to Internet as a Fundamental Right”

Palghar Mob Lynching

In the village of Gadchinchle of Palghar district, Maharashtra, there had been recent rumours about certain kidnappers and organ harvesters roaming in the area and abducting children at night. On the night of April 16th 2020, three men i.e. Chikne Maharaj Kalpavrukshagiri (70) a Mahant (Head Priest/Guru) in a temple in Nashik, Sushilgiri Maharaj (35)Continue reading “Palghar Mob Lynching”

Case Analysis: Swapnil Tripathi v. Supreme Court of India

There are a large number of cases pending in Indian courts and considering this situation it might not be possible for everyone to attend the sessions of apex court because of infrastructural restrictions, security reasons, time constraints and other formalities involved in courts. On any given day, the Supreme Court is heavily packed with Advocates,Continue reading “Case Analysis: Swapnil Tripathi v. Supreme Court of India”

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”