Had a freewheeling conversation with Sarthak (from Letter of Law) on law, life, literature, poetry and everything in between.
A very insightful column by Ms. Sonam Singh (DJS). First published at Livelaw. Here goes: DAUGHTER-IN-LAW’S RIGHT TO RESIDENCE UNDER THE DV ACT AND THE SUPREME COURT  Pitaji, Mataji, Bahu and Beta were all living together […]
Always keen to work with bright young legal minds who are passionate about law and justice. BUT you’ll have to meet me half-way and give me a reason to want to know you. A reason […]
Delighted to be on the Young Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) Committee for yet another term, representing India. Hope to be able to make a meaningful contribution to the fabulous institution that SIAC is and […]
A chat with The Logical Indian on the legality and propriety of Disha Ravi’s arrest, police remand, and the law of Sedition.
First published by SCC Online #ExpertsCorner “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.” “The question is,” said Alice, “whether you can make words mean so many different things.” […]
Just looked at the High Court order denying bail to the comedian Munawar. With great respect, here are my two cents on how the decision is untenable in law, in my humble opinion: The decision […]
First published on SCC Online Blog There’s hardly any webinar on the effects of the pandemic that gets concluded without the wise panellists exhorting us – in Churchill’s words not to, “let a perfectly good crisis go to […]