Tag: maneka gandhi v. union of india

Law and Liberty

By Akanksha Dutta, SLS Pune Editor’s Note: Where concepts of ‘liberty’ present different concepts relating to freedoms, ‘law’ works on the same levels, but in a bid to maintain peace, security, and stability in society, seeks to control or limit that liberty. One would say that the two ideas are […]

ROLE OF JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN THE INTERPRETATION OF ARTICLE 21

By Anonymous Editor’s Note: Article 21 is, by far, one of the most widely interpreted articles of the Indian Constitution. This paper analyses the effect of the phenomenon that is judicial activism, and how far has this been the reason for such a wide and varied interpretation of Article 21. […]

Comparative Analysis of the Phenomena of Death Row and its Unconstitutionality

By Naveen Kumar Gautam, RMLNLU ‘Editor’s Note: Death Row phenomenon is an attribute of the long and slow infamous trials of Indian judiciary. It is a new phenomenon which throws light upon the double punishment a death sentence convict has to undergo. It talks about the duration of days a […]