Population control bill: A coercive action on fundamental rights

By Anubhav Kumar Economic development of a country and its population have a controversial relationship with each other, viewed differently by various economists. While some fear the growth may affect negatively, others consider it as a potential workforce. The Malthusian ‘fears’ of overpopulation, sans any scientific evidence, historically have been the major force leading governments to take coercive action such as adoption of ‘one child … Continue reading Population control bill: A coercive action on fundamental rights

TA Threads: What did Constituent Assembly say on Bicameralism in States?

By Gautam (Gautam is a Co-founder and Lead – Research and Advocacy at TA. He tweets at @stoic_gautamkr) The Analysis (TA) is a research and communication group | To get free legal advise on COVID-related issues, get in touch with us through our WhatsApp number (9540792234), Email (contact@theanalysis.org.in) or DM us on social media (@teamanalysis_). Continue reading TA Threads: What did Constituent Assembly say on Bicameralism in States?

Tough road ahead for Chief Justice Ramana

By Gautam Kumar & Shikhar Bhardwaj Justice NV Ramana took oath as the 48th Chief Justice of India on 24th April 2021. His tenure is slated to expire on 26th August 2022. He assumes the country’s apex legal office in a challenging time as India is reeling under the horrendous second wave of COVID19, growing criticism of the Supreme Court on its tinkering with the … Continue reading Tough road ahead for Chief Justice Ramana

Fraternity in Ambedkarian Constitution

By Vivek Anand It is an oft cited fact that Dr. Ambedkar is the chief draftsman of the Constitution of India. Today, on his birth anniversary, let me take you through an oft ignored yet original and enduring contribution of Dr. Ambedkar in the development of the Constitution of India,  besides being the chief draftsman of the document. At its birth India as a country … Continue reading Fraternity in Ambedkarian Constitution

Ambedkar : A life Journey

By Shikhar Bhardwaj The story of Indian Constitution making is incomplete without B R Ambedkar. With his knowledge, vision and struggle, he has fought hard for making Indian constitution more inclusive. His contribution in representation of marginalised groups, poor and people who were subjected to caste based discrimination in India is one of the significant steps we as a country took to establish and maintain … Continue reading Ambedkar : A life Journey

Essay: Climate change litigation in India

Introduction:- Climate litigation is in its infancy in India. Climate-related claims have yet to be litigated in the courts. There are a few cases in which climate change has been referred to but only in passing. This situation may well be set to change. Climate change and its impacts are rapidly capturing the popular imagination in India. There is a growing recognition of the importance … Continue reading Essay: Climate change litigation in India