Kapil Sibal writes: Under our constitutional framework, the executive is answerable even in times of a national crisis.
The time has come for us to reassess the way we conduct our affairs, both within India and globally. All regimes were unprepared to confront the...
Introduction The Zoom Meeting Session, organized by the School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur in collaboration...
An Exclusive Interview of Sh. Kapil Sibal
Leave the party lines behind and move on, for sake of our Nation.
There is no national plan in place even now.
एक गरीब भारतीय की व्यथा !
Where is the institutional mechanism to coordinate actions of Ministries of the Government of India and State Governments with the National Authority, the State Auth
It is clear by now that If we threaten nature, nature will hit back, and in this battle, we are sure to lose. We need to change our ways.
There are several things the Centre needs to do, but hasn’t yet.
We pray that the tragic consequences of the Mahabharat do not visit our population. This war against the coronavirus will not end in 21 days for several reasons.
During a crisis, inequalities become starkly evident. The government must ensure that its policies do not discriminate.
What the BJP has done in the recent past is to use this provision to topple democratically-elected governments. The means used are unique.
Dear home minister, you need to tell the country what your real intention is — your assurance is not enough. It is time for you to be upfront about the government’s
Violating basic structure doctrine: Religion based citizenship scheme like CAA is anathema to our constitutional scheme0
Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA is an attempt to legitimise the exercise of preparing a National Population Register (NPR) seeking additional data from individuals, which will...