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Saturday, January 29, 2022

Kartikeya Tanna

The writer is an advocate licenced in India, England &Wales and New York.

CJI’s remarks on a different accountability yardstick for judges is worrying
Fri, Dec 03, 2021

🔴 Kartikeya Tanna writes: In a recent speech he stated that the framers of the Constitution made accountability integral to legislature and executive, while putting the judiciary on a different pedestal

‘Love jihad’ laws only codify decades-old judicial pronouncements in a law
Wed, Dec 02, 2020

Why, one wonders, do courts get into what seems to essentially be freedom of religion protected by the Constitution under Article 25? The answer is simple — beyond the romanticism of this fundamental right is the question of far-reaching legal consequences arising from one’s religious status.

Justice Gogoi is best placed to be a non-partisan conduit between legislature, judiciary
Fri, Mar 20, 2020

Gogoi’s appointment, therefore, isn’t even remotely comparable to what the Congress has done in the past. One hopes that Gogoi’s appointment to the Rajya Sabha will add great value to judicial and vetting of laws enacted by the Parliament.