Monthly Archives: December 2013

Statement of NUJS Faculty Members

STATEMENT OF NUJS FACULTY MEMBERS On the 6th of November, 2013, Ms. Stella James, one of our former students wrote a blog post highlighting the conflicting range of emotions that she underwent in the aftermath of sexual harassment at the … Continue reading

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Statement of Stella James on 23rd December 2013

Statement of Stella James on 23rd December 2013 It has been widely reported in the news today that former Justice A.K. Ganguly has written a letter to the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India. Several questions have been raised in the … Continue reading

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The Judicial Appointments Commission: A Delicate Balance

by Abhinav Chandrachud On December 9, 2013, the Department-Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel, Public Grievances, Law and Justice (hereinafter, “Standing Committee”), submitted its report on the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill, 2013, to both Houses of Parliament.[i] In this blog … Continue reading

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The Sentinel Who Will Not Protect

by Raju Ramachandran For students of constitutional law, the “gay rights” judgment is deeply disappointing. For a judgment that was in the making for over twenty months, it leaves one with a feeling that it has been “hurried through.” For … Continue reading

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