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The messenger has been shot

“The publication of the said (Rafale) documents in The Hindu newspaper reminds the (Supreme) Court of the consistent views of this court upholding the freedom of the press in a long line of decisions…” This was it. This was the ‘clean chit’ the free press in...

Cricket and Technology – Is DRS still the future?

Technology and Cricket have not had the best of associations in recent times. Problems and errors with the Decision Review System (DRS) came into the spotlight yet again after a controversial decision in the second T20 International between New Zealand and India on February 8,...

Supreme Court’s Sabarimala Verdict Explained

Sabarimala is a Hindu pilgrimage shrine, dedicated to Lord Ayyapa, located at the Periyar Tiger Reserve in the Pathanamthitta District, Perunad in Kerala. One of the world’s largest pilgrimage sites, with 17-20 million devotees visiting every year, Sabarimala was recently in headlines for the milestone...

CJI Misra: 13 months of Controversy and Charisma

The 45th Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra, on October 2, retired after his 13-month tenure holding the post. His time as the CJI was different from many of his predecessors, as it invited an unusually huge span of attention on the Supreme Court....

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