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Remedying the Malady: Laws on Advance Directives in India

by Tejas Popat Advance Medical Directive, (hereafter ‘directive/s’) or what is commonly known as a ‘living will’ is a document indicative of an individual’s wish to continue medical treatment or not when he is artificially kept alive. Recently, the Health … Continue reading

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Conversation with Prof. Tom Ginsburg, Professor and Deputy Dean at the UChicago Law School

Prof. Tom Ginsburg is the Leo Spitz Professor of International Law and Deputy Dean at the University of Chicago Law School as well as a Professor of Political Science at the University. He is a prominent scholar of comparative and international … Continue reading

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Statement of Stella James

Date – 12.11.2013 Statement of Stella James At around 2.30 pm today, a friend who practices in the Supreme Court called me up to inform that the Chief Justice has formed a committee to look into the issues raised in … Continue reading

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Making the Supreme Court Inaccessible – An Unwarranted Decision?

by Shambo Nandy The 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 … Continue reading

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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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