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Directive Principles of State Policy V/s Fundamental Rights: The Difference

One may often confuse the two terms – Directive Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Rights. However, these two are quite different and apply to different entities altogether. 767 more words

Should there be a fundamental right to administrative justice in the UK?

By Joe Tomlinson, Lecturer in Public Law, University of Sheffield

Should there be a fundamental right to administrative justice in the UK? This post suggests that this is a topic that has received insufficient attention so far, makes a case for further consideration of it, and identifies some key questions that underlie it. 2,037 more words

Human Rights/equalities

MMDA: Personal laws at the expense of fundamental rights?

Given the division within the Muslim community with regard to reforming the Muslim Marriage and Divorce Act of 1951 (MMDA), I thought I’d put down something as well to add to the discussion and also specifically after having listened to a few ladies share their experiences in the jury of a particular Quazi court (in the capacity of counselors of sorts). 1,687 more words

Contours of a challenge

An edit-page article in The Hindu on why the Supreme Court has an important role to play in reviewing India’s new demonetisation policy: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/lead/Contours-of-a-challenge/article16737935.ece

Politics