Liberal constitutional democracies around the world struggle with striking a balance between free speech and its curtailment in the interest of public order. This article discusses the Indian scenario in light of Article 19 of the Constitution of India and relevant judicial decisions.
Through this article, Professor Ashit Kumar Srivastava explores the idea of privacy, it’s relationship with AADHAR and how it links to Constitutionalism. The article also looks at judgements from the U.S Supreme Court and relies on them to further elucidate on the concept of informational security. Read on more to find out..
In two essays, Ashit Srivastava looks at two aspects of the debate revolving around the two schools of thought, Libertarianism and Socialism: Right to Property
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John Locke (1632-1704) John Locke is a famous English Philosopher. His works lie at the foundation of Western modern philosophical empiricism and political liberalism. His
Kalyani Unkule highlights the pertinent role that India needs to play on the international platform in the sensitive question of the Sudanese President’s alleged genocide…
Harsh Loonker analyses the economic consequences of the proposed amendment of the Land Acquisition Act. 2013 The government promulgated an ordinance in December 2014 whereby
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The United States has implemented lethal injection as a method of execution from the year 1982 onwards. Since then, it has been surrounded by