The writer is a Supreme Court lawyer.
Penalising triple talaq is a welcome move — the practice is against the moral fabric.
Those opposing law on triple talaq must look closer at Muslim countries
In Mahmood Farooqui case, past intimacy makes issue of consent more complicated
Internet has become a recruitment ground for terror. Global action is needed
The proposed surrogacy bill addresses major ethical concerns.
Because civil remedies can be inadequate
The professor allegedly told a crowd of students that India forcibly annexed autonomous regions such as Manipur and Nagaland and that 30-40 per cent of India is under military rule.
What a boring, colourless society we would turn into if we cannot celebrate our quirks and poke a little innocent fun at one another.
Celebrity-endorsers have a duty of care to consumers. But how far does it extend?
If promoting obscurantism is a concern, TV is far more guilty than films.
France’s burqa ban stokes a debate on rights and duties in the modern state.
Our defamation laws dont work because of the stress on criminal culpability rather than civil remedy
Open justice is the foundation for rule of law,and media coverage of the courts is more relevant than ever