Monthly Archives: October 2012

Judiciary’s Selective Cognizance of the Amarnath Pilgrimage Issue

by Arpita Sarkar The death of 67 Amarnath Yatris this year has been a major cause of concern for the apex court. Reacting to the incident, the Court directed the Government to provide an explanation for the same and to … Continue reading

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Who Speaks for the Child in a Surrogacy?

by Jwala Thapa When Linda Vanburen Green left her baby in the premises of the Regional Passport Office in Hyderabad early this year, she only wanted to get a point across to what she felt was the unresponsive attitude of the Passport … Continue reading

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