Can Reasonable Expectation of Privacy be a ‘Buffer’ Legislation for India

Anjani Kumar Srivastava and Ashit Kumar Srivastava On 24th August 2017, the Indian Supreme Court shredded away the lethargic cloak of original(ism) and embraced privacy with both its hand. However, the functionality of privacy demands more than just an acceptance; there has to be an intricate surgery to imbibe criteria of applications; one such application... Continue Reading →

BJP’s Resounding Victory: What It Means

Dr. Manisha Madhava Introduction The electoral verdict of 2019 confirmed the dominance of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). BJP’s victory is the most resounding verdict of any political party in recent times. The NDA won 353 out of 543 seats in the Lok Sabha and BJP alone won 293 seats, of the 437 seats, 11 more... Continue Reading →

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