Whether the State can Force Citizens to Give Up their Rights in Exchange for Government Benefits? An Analysis in Light of Aarogya Setu being made Mandatory for Getting Bail

In this article, the authors discuss whether the government can force the citizens to give up their Fundamental Rights to avail a government benefit, in light of the recent Jharkhand High Court order which made it mandatory for an under-trial to download the Aarogya Setu Application in order to get a bail. Continue reading Whether the State can Force Citizens to Give Up their Rights in Exchange for Government Benefits? An Analysis in Light of Aarogya Setu being made Mandatory for Getting Bail

Yet Another Year of Unprincipled Rape Law Reform: Testing 2018 Criminal Law Amendment on Andrew Ashworth’s Core Principles of Criminal Law

In the latest post, Surbhi Karwa analyses the 2018 Criminal Law Amendment in the light of Andrew Ashworth’s principles of criminal law and argues for a more principled approach in legislating the criminal law. Continue reading Yet Another Year of Unprincipled Rape Law Reform: Testing 2018 Criminal Law Amendment on Andrew Ashworth’s Core Principles of Criminal Law