Citing Manushi judgment, Advocate Prashant Narang compares the property rights of cycle rickshaw pullers, street vendors and auto rickshaw drivers and advocated for abolishing one man-one permit policy in case of auto rickshaws
Prof. Khagesh Gautam introduces his work-in-progress on an empirical study of Supreme Court Judgments involving a challenge to Article 19(1)(f) of the Indian Constitution.
Speaking on the 'State’s right to exercise eminent domain' and 'how the difference in the public opinion influences the judiciary to take discourses from its past judgements'. Prof. James Huffman, Erskine Wood Sr.
Prof James Kelly, President, Solidarity Center for Law and Justice, Atlanta, Georgia USA, spoke on, ‘How liberty is being questioned or restricted in the education sector because of racial, caste, class based reservations in the
Advocate Gautam Bhatia analyses the conflict between Article 25(1) (the individual freedom of conscience) and Article 26 (the rights of religious denominations to manage their own affairs) with focus, in particular, on the D
Advocate Vikramjit Banerjee maps the various phases/ avatars of Indian Constitution and thinks, post-2014 elections, there is possibility of going back to individual rights and the rule of law as the basis of governance as was e
What happens when Judiciary breaches Doctrine of Separation of Powers? Watch Shruti discussing a case study of Indian Judiciary and doing an economics analysis.
Shubho Roy, National Institute for Public Finance and Policy lambasts the executive for breach of Separation of Powers as most rules, notices and regulations limiting Article 19(1)(g) are not ‘law’ as per Article 13 of the Const
Citing numerous judgments and orders of National Green Tribunal, Arghya Sengupta, Vidhi Centre for Law and Policy criticises the tribunal for activist policy making and the ‘ban’ culture.
Before introducing each panelist and respective themes, Geeta Gouri as the Moderator for the Panel Discussion raises a pertinent question - Shouldn't CCI be focussed on efficiency only instead of caring for equity?