Balancing the Contours of Federalism with Terrorism

Shubhangi Agarwal and Harsh Singh The Parliament passed the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Act, 2019 (“UAPA”) and the National Investigation Agency (Amendment) Act, 2019 (“NIA”) amidst a lot of controversies last year in July. The amendment acts raised serious questions of human rights violation and erosion of federal character. In lieu of the same, the... Continue Reading →

A Constitutional Critique of The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019

Randeep Dahiya Since 1991, India has seen a meteoric rise in the field of digital technology including modalities of surveillance. Such modalities include technological advancements in the form of genetic, biometric, financial and physical monitoring. Augmented by the advent of social media, an urgent need for the establishment of a data protection mechanism in order... Continue Reading →

Analyzing the Constitutionality of S 33 (7), Representation of People Act, 1951: Proposing Remedies

Deeksha Sharma Recent trends in Indian electoral politics have seen the emergence of an increasing number of candidates contesting from more than one constituency. This article highlights how the apex court of India, had already erroneously upheld the Constitutionality of this provision and also suggests some solutions for the same. This system of parliamentary elections... Continue Reading →

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