by Yogini Oke Introduction The year 2012 brought a lot of welcome changes for the class of disabled people in India. The year witnessed the culmination of a decade long fight of disability-rights activists, academicians, lawyers etc for the people with disabilities as reflected in the amendments made in the Copyright Act. The Ministry of … Continue reading A Level Playing Field: Myth or Reality?
Journal of Indian Law and Society in association with the NUJS Constitutional Law Society organized a lecture by Dr. Uday Chandra on "Liberalism and its Other: Primitivism in Colonial and Postcolonial Indian Law" on January 23rd, 2014 at NUJS. Following is the recorded audio version of the lecture: The paper has been published in the … Continue reading Audio Lecture by Dr. Uday Chandra