Encounters are despicably stamping the Rule of Law: Is our Constitutional conscience already dead?

Introduction - Encounters On Friday, we witnessed the death of gangster Vikas Dubey in a recent encounter by the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force. The encounter seemed more like a sequence from an old Bollywood drama where the police jeep gets overturned, resulting in the escape of the accused followed by the police chasing him … Continue reading Encounters are despicably stamping the Rule of Law: Is our Constitutional conscience already dead?

An Analysis of Singapore High Court’s Judgment on Homosexuality

The High Court of Singapore in its judgment dated 30th March, 220 Ong Ming Johnson v. Attorney-General and other matters upheld the legality of section 377A of the Singapore Penal Code criminalizing consensual sexual intercourse between two men. The section was challenged by LGBT activists on grounds of violating the fundamental rights of citizens e.g., … Continue reading An Analysis of Singapore High Court’s Judgment on Homosexuality