This article analyses the need for ‘irretrievable breakdown of marriage’ as a no-fault principle to grant divorce by deviating from the age-old fault-theory. It also discusses the jurisprudence of this principle laid down by the Supreme Court.
TW: This article talks about graphic caste and gender based violence and has mentions of rape.
Disclaimer: This piece is written in the aftermath of the harrowing Hathras incident, details of which remain etched in our memories. Rest in Peace, Manisha. The fight for justice will go on.
The discourse around gender is a critical aspect of armed conflicts where patriarchal gender norms entrenched in societies magnify gender relations and characteristics
The rise in religious ultra-nationalistic pretense democracies has kick-started a global trend. This article explores Erdogan’s decision to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque from the larger lens of religious revivalism sweeping across populist ‘Pretense Democracies.’
A spouse can approach the court of law under the providential fault ground, and can get his or her marriage dissolved. Nevertheless, there are certain drawbacks in the law that disables the patient-spouse.In the present article, the authors will try to analyze and find the effective solution to the some highlighted problems.
Through this article, Adit Shankar, provides an overview of the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, focussing specifically on their remuneration structure and the gender dynamics surrounding their work, ending with a look at policy solutions. What emerges is a picture of utter neglect for arguably the most crucial grassroot-level workers in the times of COVID.
Q- In your recent article on The Hindu, you had interestingly written that the Tablighi Jamaat group was “apolitical” in nature. Could you bring more
In this article, I will focus on the continuous environmental injustice and oppression faced by the Baiga tribal group in central India and how the Forest Rights Act works, in their case, as an environmental justice framework.
In this article, the author highlights the inadequacy of reservation in uplifting oppressed groups and emphasises on the need for a social and bottom up approach.
The author tries to present an account of different narratives about the first economic crisis,
‘Tulipmania’ in Netherlands, arguing whether the bubble was irrational based on speculation or a full blown crisis for the Dutch economy.
The author talks about the religious slogan which has now become a political tool.
The author discusses about hemp and its benefits.