The SC has lifted the centuries-old ban on women's entry to the Sabrimala temple thus granting women their freedom of choice to worship.
FII believes that the ultimate purpose of punishments should be rehabilitative and not retributive. The irreversible nature of this punishment obviates any possibility of rehabilitation. The State-sanctioned killing of persons is not compatible with the creation of a compassionate society. It is for these reasons that FII expresses solidarity with organizations that oppose the death penalty and calls for the abolition of the capital punishment.
Whether in this election or the next, voting processes might need to be altered so that India’s youth can vote in full capacity.
10 years on, however, we are still far from realising the well-intended objectives of the Right to Education Act (2009).
A report analysing the state of child marriage in India shows an increase in number of marriages of girl children in urban areas in India.
The SC judgement delivers another blow to the rights of marginalised groups in the country who might have benefited from reservation.
In an interview with Hidden-Pockets, Dr. Debarati Halder talks about personal data leaks on social media and what goes into resolving them.
The Government Rules to implement the Rights Of Persons With Disabilities Act ignored recommendations from disabled persons' organizations.
Fathima Beevi is a name permanently etched into Indian history, a name every judicial aspirant is familiar with. She was the first woman to be appointed a Supreme Court Justice of India.
A quick guide on how a survivor of rape can navigate through the criminal justice system.