RLR Volume III Issue II

Judicial Office as Public Service: Need for Cultural Research and Innovation

There is a need to look at the judicial system in India on the basis of the fundamental rights…

Decline of Parliamentary Governance: Indian Scenario

Just as government is accountable to Parliament, Parliament as the highest legislative office of India owes its accountability to…

The Endangered Institution (of Governor): Problems and Prospects

Baxi defines crisis as a situation where “the structure of a social system allows fewer possibilities for problem-solving than…

Constitutional Commitment to International Obligations

India is committed to promote friendly relations with other nations. Article 51 of the Constitution of India provides that…

Discourse on Access to Justice in India and Rise of Gram Nyayalayas at the Grass-Root

Administration of justice is the primary responsibility of the State. This includes a sacrosanct duty of the State to…

Appointment of the Judges of the High Court in Australia: A Critique

The method by which judges are appointed is not simply an issue of constitutional governance but has significant implications…

An Evaluation of the Working of the Right to Information Legislation in Contemporary Democracy

The free flow of information from the State to the citizenry and vice versa, is vital for the health…

“Environment Protection Authority, National Green Tribunal and Environmental Governance in India”

Environmentalism much like constitutionalism seeks to limit the autocratic tendency of technology driven growth with reference to our environment….

Indian Judiciary and the ‘State’ in Article 12 of the Constitution: Can there be an ‘Essential’ State?

An examination of the scope of ‘state’ under article 12 is important because it essentially defines the limits of…

Writ Jurisdiction and Stock Exchanges in India

This article examines the manner in which Indian Courts have construed the stock exchanges in respect of writ jurisdiction….