State Surveillance

The Conundrum of Right to Privacy and State Surveillance

There are no laws that allow for surveillance in India. The two laws covering interception are the Indian Telegraph Act and the Information Technology Act.

Why is the abrogation of Article 370 unconstitutional?

A reasonable analysis based on primary legal principles, on the Constitution’s language and on the Court’s own past decisions, will show us that the CAA infracts fundamental rights, in particular the guarantee of equal treatment contained in Article 14.

Power of the Supreme Court in exercising Judicial Restraint on Constitutional Amendments brought to...

All you need to know about the Judicial Restraint Power of Supreme Court of India on far-reaching policies of Government.

Disqualification of MLA’s in Karnataka

Many questions have been raised regarding the partiality of the speaker on matters relating to disqualifications arising from defection and other causes, Therefore, it has been suggested in lieu of the Karnataka crisis that an authority like the Election Commission should decide on matters like disqualification to ensure impartiality.
Article 12 of The Constitution of India, 1950

Article 12 of The Constitution of India, 1950

Article 12 of Indian Constitution States: In this Part, unless the context otherwise requires, “the State’’ includes the Government and Parliament of India and the...

National Register of Citizens And The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019

History of NRC in Assam The “National Register of Citizens” abbreviated as NRC is a record of the people which is maintained by the Central...
Call for Editors

Call for Student Editors; Submit by 29th September

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

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.
Instrumentalities Purpose of Article 12 of the Constitution

Instrumentalities of State for the Purpose of Article 12 of the Constitution of India

Introduction “It is the business of the State to maintain the conditions without which a free exercise of the human faculties is impossible.” - T H...

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...

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