In a major setback for journalist Amish Devgan, the Supreme Court has refused to quash FIRs against him in connection with his comment on Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti during a TV debate. A division Bench of Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and Sanjiv Khanna, however, gave him interim protection from arrest & combined all FIRs to one place… Read More »
The ongoing lockdowns to flatten the COVID-19 curve, changed the way people work, especially those in the organised sector. A majority of employees in the different organisations, with government rules and orders, Tibetan Legal Association also compelled to adopt the way to work at home model. But due to many of our work is field work,therefore,… Read More »
In the practice of international law, it is generally accepted that the principle of State sovereignty is the most important and is in fact the pillar of international cooperation. In that way, it is far different from a country’s domestic law that is binding on its citizens unequivocally. This fundamental aspect of international law guides any… Read More »
Mohit Kumar, IV Year, BA LLB. (Hons.) National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The prevailing tensions on the loosely-demarcated India-China border has once again brought into sharp focus the historical distrust that underpins the Sino-Indian relationship, and the ever-present threat of escalation that portends serious repercussions for the entire region.