by Diksha Sanyal Education reforms have been at the heart of much of the controversy in colleges today. Delhi University’s novel initiative of introducing the FYUP or the Five Year Undergraduate Programme course stirred much debate about the viability of such a system and its likely consequences. At the core of such reform is the … Continue reading The Need for Liberal Education in India
by Vasujith Ram The Rajya Sabha has recently passed the 120th Constitution Amendment Bill and the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill. The bills are up for consideration in the Lok Sabha and may be passed soon. They seek to replace the present collegium system for appointment of Judges to the higher Judiciary with a Judicial Appointments … Continue reading Judicial Appointments Commission: Who will Guard the Guardians?
by Shambo NandyThe title of the post may make it seem that in the following paragraphs I will talk about the problems faced by the aam admi in approaching the Supreme Court to enforce their rights. However interesting such a narrative might be, I will refrain from speaking about that in this post. I will … Continue reading Making the Supreme Court Inaccessible – An Unwarranted Decision?