Author Archives: Tanishka Goswami
This article deals with five significant judgments in India dealing with Tort Law. The description involves a summary of facts, the judgment that was given and the reasoning behind the same.
How judges are appointed is a matter of extreme legal importance to a country. This appointment procedure is directly linked to the redressal of the citizens’ grievances; a non-partisan and transparent mechanism ensures speedy, efficient and satisfactory delivery of justice.
This article deals with the surveillance regime in India. Beginning with a description of what surveillance mechanisms exist in India (CMS, NETRA etc) to the related legal framework for the same, we analyze the evolution of the concept of ‘privacy’ in Indian courts. The article also examines the need for a strong data protection law and legal and… Read More »