“This Appeal is filed against the Final Judgment and Order dated 18.12.2007 passed by the High Court of Judicature of Rajasthan. The Appellant is a Government Company, a Sick Company, engaged in manufacture of certain items. The Respondent claimed that he worked with the Appellant Company as a casual helper in its manufacturing plant from 10.06.1976 […]Read more "Compensatory Jusrisprudence of Constitutional Courts VIII : Ghanshyam Sharma"
I have closely followed Three Rhodes Scholars for 13 Years. Arghya Sengupta. V. Niranjan. Gautam Bhatia. I was aware of Arghya Sengupta, personally, even before I had entered the portals of NLSIU. There is no comparison of him with Gautam Bhatia [An Idiotic Savant]. Let us leave aside V. Niranjan, for now. I have […]Read more "The Sabarimala Temple II: Arghya Sengupta"
I was born on a 5th February. This is my Article No. 502. This blog was born on 21st December, 2014. Hon’ble Justice R.F. Nariman in The Sabarimala Temple Case, before answering the question posed, thought it is necessary to cover the ground that has been covered by previous decisions of the SC on the […]Read more "Article No. 502: The Revival of Ray VII"
“Recently on 14 September 2018, the Learned Chief Justice, speaking for the Present Bench of Three Judges handed down a verdict granting compensation of Rs 50 lakhs to a space scientist who was found upon further investigation by the CBI to have been wrongfully implicated and subjected to custodial interrogation. This was on an allegation […]Read more "Compensatory Jurisprudence of Constitutional Courts VII : James Watson"
Writ Petition (Civil) No. 373 of 2006. Hon’ble Justice Indu Malhotra The Petitioners have stated that they learnt of the practice of restricting the entry of women in the age group of 10 to 50 years in the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala from three newspaper articles written by Barkha Dutt (Scent of a Woman, Hindustan […]Read more "The Sabarimala Temple I"
Friendships & Rivalries, Losses & Victories never have an end – only a beginning. Spectacular Judges of the Supreme Court have hoped for an impactful conclusion. The irreversibly powerful ones have known more. There is never a last word. Life travels with the surety of a pendulum clock, tick tock. We remember: in Puttaswamy, [Writ Petition […]Read more "The Last Word"
“The exposé of facts very succinctly put is that on 21.10.1994, Mariam Rasheeda, a Maldivian National, was arrested and sent to Judicial Custody. During interrogation, she made certain confessions alleging that certain official secrets and documents of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) had been leaked out by scientists of ISRO. On 30.11.1994, S. Nambi Narayanan, […]Read more "Compensatory Jurisprudence of Constitutional Courts VI: S. Nambi Narayanan"