As we go into 2018, there is little doubt that there is a lot at stake when it comes to issues of fundamental rights, the status of the individual, and the idea of democracy.
Naivo’s Beyond the Rice Fields, the first novel from Madagascar that has been translated into English, is set in the background of a creeping colonial influence that is more felt than seen.
In Kossi Efoui’s The Shadow of Things to Come the work of forgetting has to be completed.
Hisham Matar’s The Return is a powerful memoir of exile, loss and hope in a fractured world.
Nguyen understands that the sheer magnitude of the destruction from the war cannot be effectively captured through bleak realism, but rather, through a style that disavows its own seriousness, that often pushes us to laughter, before making us remember the darkness that lies underneath.
If the correct test is one of incitement to lawless action, then Section 295A are far too broad. Under no interpretation can it be said that intentional insult to religion, or to religious feelings, is necessarily equivalent to ‘incitement’.
On December 1, the Spicy IP blog reported that a division bench of the Delhi High Court had plagiarised thirty-three paragraphs of its judgement in Roche v Cipla from a law review article written by Shwetasree Majumder and Eashan Ghosh in the Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property. In […]
The right to privacy flows from a structural reading of the Fundamental Rights chapter, and has been established as an integral part of constitutional jurisprudence over the last 30 years.