Call for Editors

Call for Student Editors; Submit by 25th June 2022

With a view to expand its team, CCRD is inviting applications from students who are interested in interning as editors under the organization.
Article Writing Competition

Results @ “Rack Your Brain” – 2nd National Quiz Competition by CCRD

We are glad to receive hundreds of Registration for Online National Quiz on Constitutional Law organised by Centre For Constitutional Research & Development. The...
Migrant Workers

Flattening the Curve at the Expense of One’s Constitutional Rights?

INTRODUCTION When the lockdown was imposed by the government, it aimed to reduce the threatens exposed to life however, the poor migrant workers who had...

Fight Against Corona or Dignity

While the country sees its first and sudden pandemic-prevention lockdown and restrictions as like a curfew after independence, this lockdown comes with unequal powers...

The CJI as Master of Roster: Unraveling the Controversial Curtains

The unprecedented press conference on January 12, 2018, held by the four of the Supreme Court’s senior-most judges: Justice Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, M.B. Lokur,...

Reading Gopalan: Tracing the Foundation of Personal Liberty in Free India

This essay discusses Kania J’s judgement in Gopalan focusing on his judicial reasoning in terms of the constitutionality of the Preventive Detention Act and his reading of article 21 along with article 19 and the extent of these rights.

Expanding the Contours of Judicial Independence: A Quasi-Judicial Perspective

INTRODUCTION The Supreme Court in Rojer Mathew v South Indian Bank Ltd and Ors landed a big blow to the Central Government when it struck...

The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019: A Toothless Tiger?

Transgender people incorporate Hijras, Eunuchs, Kothis, Aravanis, and others, who have been a part of Indian culture for a considerable length of time. They...

The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019

INTRODUCTION Laws pertaining to citizenship are governed under Articles 5 to 11 in the Indian Constitution. But it is to be read along with the...

Right to Access Internet Services: The Present Scenario

As the right to access internet is considered by a competent court to be a fundamental right under Article 21, internet services should not be banned unless there exists a genuine threat to security at the gravest degree, such as a war or a cause for a national emergency.

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