Abdicating Legislation to Judiciary?

I was recently reading the book - "The Vision of the Anointed" by Thomas Sowell. While discussing the issue of "Judicial Activism", the author briefly makes a point about how, in the US, the "anointed" deliberately blur the concept of separation of powers and leave some parts of legislation unclear so that they could use... Continue Reading →

A Legal Case for Shared Parenting

Provisions in the Indian Constitution related to Children’s Rights There are not too many provisions in the Indian Constitution which talk explicitly about the rights of children, and the rights & duties of parents towards children. Article 39(f) briefly touches upon this topic, but only in passing reference. “Article 39(f) That children are given opportunities... Continue Reading →

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