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Society Even Now Is Grappling To Come To Terms With Same-Sex Orientation: Madras High Court To Hear Same-Sex Couple’s Plea For Protection

In a case filed by Ganesan and Manuraj Legal LLP, the Hon'ble High Court was pleased to grant police protection and observed that the Case in hand requires to be...

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police protection to same sex couple

In a welcoming move, the Madras High Court was pleased to grant police protection for a same sex couple in a case filed by Ganesan and Manuraj Legal LLP. Mr...

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Sri Nilanjan Bhattacharya Versus The State of Karnataka and Others

Civil Appeal No 3284 of 2020 (Arising out of SLP (C) No 7146 of 2020) Sri Nilanjan Bhattacharya versus The State of Karnataka and Others Facts of the Case :...

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Vijay Mallya may use these 3 options to stall extradition

HIGHLIGHTS Vijay Mallya may have three last options to stall extraditionOne of the options is appealing to the UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. Mallya's appeal against extradition at Supreme Court level...

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The Data Protection regime and compliance in India

The landmark judgment delivered in Justice (Retd.) KS Puttaswamy v. Union of India has endorsed the notion that the threat of breach of confidential data has become a major concern...

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COVID’19 – Can the Government protect migrants from Eviction?

Across the world, countries and governments have adopted social distancing as an important measure to control the community transmission of COVID-19. In India, the Union Government, using powers under Disaster...

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Covid’19 – access to justice through virtual court hearings

Time for India to embrace Virtual Courts even after the Coronavirus lockdown? The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the legal fraternity of India. Following the imposition of...

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Not an unfettered right

Sovereignty is subject to constraints The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet,filed an application seeking to intervene as amicus curiae in ...

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COVID 19 : Administrative Orders for Adjournment are Problematic

The impact of Covid-19 is being felt across the world and a variety of institutions, including judicial fora, have advocated urgent steps to contain the spread of the infection. With...

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The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance 2019

Government of India – Ministry of Law and Justice has brought into force The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance 2019...

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Report of the Company Law Committee – Further examination on Re-categorisation of certain ‘criminal compoundable offences’ to ‘civil wrongs’ carrying civil liabilities

Government of India – Ministry of Corporate Affairs has published the Report of the Company Law Committee to examine and make recommendations to the Government on...

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Coronavirus and travel restrictions:

The Government of India on 11th March 2020 issued a Revised Travel Advisory in order to prevent and manage COVID-19. The major changes are All existing visas, except diplomatic, official,...

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Gubernatorial restructuring

The appointment and tenure of Governors need to undergo radical reform The actions of the Maharashtra Governor over the last few days have invited...

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Secularism in the time of security

It is to be seen whether the bogey of security will allow the BJP to circumvent constitutional strictures After the verdicts on Ayodhya and Sabarimala, the focus will now shift...

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Gubernatorial appointments by the President of India

The recent nomination of Governors calls for a review of the gubernatorial appointments process The recent appointment of five Governors by the President must be viewed with grave ...

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Transgender Marriage Legal

Transgender Marriage Legal, holds the Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court. Path-breaking for the LGBTQ community A judgment of the Madras High Court, Madurai Bench...

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“Liberating temples” goes against the social justice ethos of the Dravidian movement

Calls to ‘liberate’ temples from the state goes against the social justice ethos of the Dravidian movement and the law The constitutional wall that separates the state from religion has...

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MCR on Indian constitutional reforms and the Montagu Declaration – the Magna Carta of modern India.

Marking the 100th year of the Montagu-Chelmsford Report This month marks the 100th year of the publication of the ‘Report on Indian constitutional reforms’, commonly...

Liberating Temples” Goes Against The Social Justice Ethos Of The Dravidian Movement

Liberating Temples” Goes Against The Social Justice Ethos Of The Dravidian Movement

Calls to ‘liberate’ temples from the state goes against the social justice ethos of the Dravidian movement and the law…

MCR On Indian Constitutional Reforms And The Montagu Declaration – The Magna Carta Of Modern India.

MCR On Indian Constitutional Reforms And The Montagu Declaration – The Magna Carta Of Modern India.

Marking the 100th year of the Montagu-Chelmsford Report This month marks the 100th year of the publication of the ‘Report…

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Ganesan & Manuraj Legal LLP is honoured to be recognised by Legal 500 as a Tier 1 law firm in chennai for 2024.

May 30, 2024

Ganesan & Manuraj Legal LLP is honoured to be recognised by Legal 500 as a Tier 1 law firm in chennai for 2024.[...]

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Ganesan & Manuraj Legal LLP is honoured to be recognised by Legal 500 as a Tier 1 law firm in chennai for 2024.

May 30, 2024

Ganesan & Manuraj Legal LLP is honoured to be recognised by Legal 500 as a Tier 1 law firm in chennai for 2024.[...]

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GM Legal LLP has been Shortlisted by Legal 500 in the Regional Awards (City Focus) Law Firm of the Year 2024 category.

May 30, 2024

GM Legal LLP has been Shortlisted by Legal 500 in the Regional Awards (City Focus) Law Firm of the Year 2024 category.[...]

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State – led temple reforms delivered social justice

October 17, 2023

State control of temples in India has a historical basis and is necessary to prevent maladministration and neglect of temple properties.[...]

From women’s reservation to gender equality

September 28, 2023

The recognition of unpaid labour and equitable sharing of household duties will ultimately dictate whether substantive reform in gender equality is achieved [...]

The Dravidian movement and Aryan Illusions

July 23, 2022

The recognition of unpaid labour and equitable sharing of household duties will ultimately dictate whether substantive reform in gender equality is achieved [...]

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Authorities who misconstrue authority

July 19, 2023

Of late, much of the ED’s powers have been discharged in effecting pre-trial arrests, which used to be the prerogative of the police investigating the predicate offence[...]

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The importance of constitutional punctuality

May 02, 2023

Constitutional high offices must evolve guidelines to discharge their duties in a time-bound manner, safeguarding the will of the people[...]

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Opening up of Indian Legal Sector: A Welcome Move

March 21, 2023

There are many reasons to welcome the new rules. More than anything else, they will help Indian advocates keep pace with the ever-changing global legal profession.[...]

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The forecast after a fake news campaign in Tamil Nadu

March 18, 2023

Disinformation campaigns could be used to manipulate social and political outcomes, as a concocted narrative about the safety of migrant workers in the southern State shows[...]

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A reality check for raj bhavans: Governor has no discretionary powers

January 17, 2023

Disinformation campaigns could be used to manipulate social and political outcomes, as a concocted narrative about the safety of migrant workers in the southern State shows[...]

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The legal hurdles in ‘freeing’ Hindu Temples

December 29, 2022

The BJP’s call to ‘free Hindu temples’ is logically far-fetched, practically unviable and, if heeded, will stall social reforms[...]

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DMK’s Manuraj Shunmugasundaram writes: EWS Judgment is a setback to social justice, India’s constitutional scheme

November 11, 2022

The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam has consistently opposed the concept of EWS quota in its present form, and has called for an all-party meeting in Tamil Nadu to discuss the next steps forward. It has committed to filing a review of the Janhit Abhiyan judgment[...]

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A pathway to citizenship for Indian – Origin Tamil

November 01, 2022

Besides its bilateral obligations and international humanitarian principles and conventions, there are recent judgments to guide India in having an expanded and liberal interpretation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act[...]

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Why PM Modi’s comment on ‘black magic’ is off colour

August 12, 2022

For a long time now, black has been associated with the downtrodden and naturally, the politics of resistance. Even today, many of the self-respect ideologues and followers of the Periyarist movement continue the practice of wearing black shirts.[...]

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Re – affirming Rarest of Rare

August 09, 2022

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The Dravidian Movement and Aryan Illusions

July 23, 2022

The gubernatorial remarks on Aryan-Dravidian differences can only be described as a case of historical negationism

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India, that is not a Hindu Rashtra

July 14, 2022

What India needs now is not a ‘Bharat’ of ‘Indic Consciousness’, but a Union of States that will deliver gender equality, climate justice and social inclusion.

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Push for federalism: Supreme Court judgment in Perarivalan case shifts compass of judicial thinking

June 06, 2022

The judgment of the Supreme Court in the Perarivalan case has shifted the compass of judicial thinking, and it has come at a time when the federal fabric of the country is being tested.

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A new track for capital punishment jurisprudence

May 7, 2022

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A case for house arrest in India

February 14, 2022

With 69% of the inmates in our prisons being undertrials, it is time that courts seriously consider the option of house arrest.

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Compulsory ADR and Mediation in a Post – Pandemic World

December 13, 2021

Compulsory ADR and Mediation in a Post-Pandemic World by Muthupandi Ganesan

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Is there A ‘Right to Die with Dignity’?

30 October, 2021

Over the last eighteen months of the pandemic, we have seen a drastic increase in the number of patients entering critical care and requiring Life-Sustaining Treatments. Consequently, hospitals have had to facilitate end-of-life decisions when there is little or no scope for recovery.

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Face – Off Part I: TN passes bill exempting students from NEET. Is the State Right?

October 21, 2021

Tamil Nadu is seeking support from CMs of other states as it seeks to scrap the medical entrance test. Maarashtra has said it might review the exam too. Is it the right move? Two experts debate the issue

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Archakas of all hues

September 13, 2021

Caste orthodoxy and patriarchy entrenched within the realm of the HR&CE Act can be eliminated together

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Why hasn’t marital rape been criminalized in India yet?

September 10, 2021

Parliament and courts have missed opportunities to bring in changes on this sensitive issue

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Right to be Forgotten and Digital Privacy

June 21, 2021

Last month, an interim order was issued by the High Court of Delhi directing Google and IndianKanoon to remove access to a judgment from their portals.

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In India looking beyond the binary, to a spectrum

June 19, 2021

A delay in the provision of marriage rights to same-sex couples would fall foul of constitutional guarantees, judgments

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LGBTQIA+ Rights in India: The Road Ahead

3 June, 2021

In March 2021, Oscar Davies, an English Barrister-at-law (called to the bar in 2018), became the first person known to be listed at Chambers in the U.K. with a gender-neutral honorific 'Mx', as opposed to being listed with the binary honorifics of 'Mr' or 'Ms'.

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Open Justice: Court of Recordings

26 May, 2021

A push for greater access, in real time, to court proceedings would ensure uninterrupted judicial functioning and redefine the practice of open justice in India.

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Expanding the Scope of POCSO

25 May, 2021

Reforming the law is necessary to account for the reporting of historical child sexual abuse

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Annadurai and Karunanidhi – A Tale of Two Hearts

February 03, 2021

Karunanidhi always carried with him the heart of his departed mentor CN Annadurai.

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The Broken Bonds of Democracy

December 30, 2020

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Judicial Review in the UK: Lessons for India?

December 5, 2020

The findings of the panel set up to assess judicial review in the United Kingdom may have significant and far-reaching repercussions, even in India.

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A regressive agenda, a new low in governance

December 5, 2020

The U.P. ordinance not only violates guaranteed fundamental rights but is also in conflict with existing personal laws

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Constitutional Fault Lines

November 18, 2020

T.N. Governor’s inaction on advice to free Rajiv case convicts warrants judicial intervention

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Constitutional Conundrum of Special Courts

November 10, 2020

The Supreme Court of India, by an Order dated 01.11.2017 in a Public Interest Litigation, had mooted a "Central Scheme for setting up

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The Untenable TikTok Ban

November 4, 2020

Over the last two months, authorities in the United States of America ("US") and India have issued orders limiting

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The Data Protection Regime and compliance in India

May 12, 2020

The landmark judgment delivered in Justice (Retd.) KS Puttaswamy v. Union of India has endorsed the notion that the threat of breach of confidential data has become a major concern that affects us all.

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The United Kingdom: No longer a paradise for Indian fugitives?

April 24, 2020

The article discusses two recent decisions by the High Court of England and Wales rejecting the extradition appeals of Vijay Mallya and Sanjeev Chawla.

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Can Government protect migrants from eviction?

April 13, 2020

Across the world, countries and governments have adopted social distancing as an important measure to control the community transmission of COVID-19.

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Time for India to embrace Virtual Courts even after the Coronavirus lockdown?

April 01, 2020

Under the prevailing circumstances of social-distancing, the article considers how the judicial system can still operate effectively by using virtual modes.

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Not an unfettered right

March 23, 2020

U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, attends the opening of 42nd session of the Human Rights Council at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland

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After Hindi, row over Sanskrit in Anna University

March 23, 2020

Tamil Nadu's Anna University has made it mandatory for engineering students to study philosophy, which include Bhagawad Gita and Upanishads.

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All the President’s Men

September 11, 2019

The recent nomination of Governors calls for a review of the gubernatorial appointments process.

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How voices for federalism aim to strengthen country

August 26, 2019

political parties met in Srinagar in a tremendous show of strength against an extremely powerful Union government. These leaders came together to repair and redefine the Centre-state relationship and pave the way for a more federal structure.

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One Nation One Poll,’ a threat to federalism

June 20, 2019

The proposed idea for simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and state legislatures was the primary agenda in the first all-party meeting called by the Prime Minister. Narendra Modi seems determined to

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Modi must clarify if Non – Hindi speakers will be lesser citizens in ‘New Hindia’

June 03, 2019

Within a week of the Narendra Modi-led government returning to power, the political gloves have truly come off with the release of the draft National Education Policy 2019. The submission of the draft has once again stirred up the debate on the Bharatiya Janata Party’s efforts to impose Hindi on non-Hindi speakers, drawing backlash and protests from southern states led by Tamil Nadu.

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Breaking New Ground

April 26, 2019

The Madras High Court’s recent judgment is truly path-breaking for the LGBTQ community

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A promise to give power to the States

April 18, 2019

The election manifesto of the Congress has been a subject of intense debate and scrutiny since the day it was released. One of the standout aspects, and the one which is of most relevance to Tamil Nadu, is the emphasis on federal principles.

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Temple and State

March 28, 2019

Calls to ‘liberate’ temples from the state goes against the social justice ethos of the Dravidian movement and the law

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Governor’s discretion

October 13, 2018

The area being traversed in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case is alien to the Constitution

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India’s Magna Carta

October 13, 2018

Marking the 100th year of the Montagu-Chelmsford Report

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All in your name: On Caste titles and privilege

October 12, 2018

Caste titles as names are undoubtedly markers of privilege

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Should the convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi case be released?

September 28, 2018

Our prison system must ultimately stay loyal to the theory of reformative justice

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DMK: How an old party plans to look young, stay relevant

September 21, 2018

The greatest advantage for the DMK is that it has been bestowed with a lasting legacy and strong ideological core.

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M Karunanidhi: The Dravidian Juggernaut who never lost an election

August 12, 2018

The iconic Murasoli Tamil newspaper that was founded by ‘Kalaignar’ M Karunanidhi on August 10, 1942 has as on its masthead the bull-taming sport Jallikattu. The inscription beneath says: “Even if we were to be vanquished; let Tamil live long”.

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A Fighter Forever: How M Karunanidhi turned into a protester politician

August 08, 2018

There was a saying which Kalaignar M Karunanidhi would often repeat which loosely translated to: "For some, life is a struggle; for me, to struggle is my life.

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Karunanidhi always said DMK Cadres were brothers from different mothers

August 07, 2018

M. Karunanidhi always acknowledged his followers in his speeches, and said, “My siblings are more dear to me than life”.

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Modi Govt’s liberal cloak will drop if Courts consider civil rights for LGBTQ People

July 17, 2018

By only addressing decriminalisation of Section 377, the court is missing a huge chance to correct historical wrongs to the LGBTQ community

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Listening In

June 29, 2018

Setting up social media communication hubs to monitor digital chatter is a violation of the right to privacy

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Tamil Nadu Governor must not let Raj Bhavan become a den of political activity

June 28, 2018

The Tamil Nadu governor’s review meetings with district authorities overstep constitutional boundaries.

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Not a good inheritance, this muzzling of press

June 12, 2018

The legal assault on a private Tamil news channel by the AIADMK governmentover a debate organised by the channel is condemnable for its illiberality as much for its absurdity.

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A more meaningful court: Why decentralisation of judicial powers is the way forward

June 11, 2018

Recent discourse in federalism has been around devolution of legislative and executive powers, decentralisation of judicial powers is equally important.

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Is the PMO trying to usher back Aurangzeb’s era for the IAS?

June 06, 2018

An inter-departmental communication that emanated from the office of the joint secretary (administration) in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

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Where are the women in policy making

May 22, 2018

While we have seen efforts to bolster the role of women in policy making across the government and private sector, the real solutions may ultimately come from philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.

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When Governors use discretion indiscriminately

May 18, 2018

On June 1, 1949 the Constituent Assembly witnessed some of the most polarising debates on the role and powers of the governor. Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar’s assurances did not convince its members.

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Saying Happy Tamil New Year today is very political. Modi should have known that.

April 14, 2018

On 23 August 2011, months after J. Jayalalithaa was elected for her third term as chief minister, her government passed a resolution in the Tamil Nadu assembly to change the ‘Tamil New Year’ to 14 April.

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Towards a southern brotherhood

April 12, 2018

The conclave is a significant first step towards building such a cooperative working group. But, it needs to become a continuous and permanent arrangement. By not sending ministerial representatives, the governments of Telangana and Tamil Nadu have risked being left out.

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How can Companies ensure Gender Parity in the Workplace

March 28, 2018

When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked why his newly constituted Cabinet has 50% women, he replied rather casually "because it is 2016".

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Talkpoint: Will Modi’s govt’s new population formula to share tax revenues reignite north-south divide?

March 26, 2018

The terms of reference of the 15th finance commission mandate the use of data from the 2011 census, instead of the one conducted in 1971. If implemented, critics claim, it will reduce the allocation of revenue to states in the south that have controlled population growth and performed better than many in the north.

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Instead of Verbal Threats to Mark Zuckerberg, India must focus on data protection laws

March 25, 2018

Big data is the new oil’ has been the cliché for over a decade or so. Given that oil has pushed nations to go to war, it seems big data may not be too far behind.

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Lenin to Periyar: BJP wrongly believes razing idols will erase ideologies

March 7, 2018

From Tripura to Tamil Nadu, statues are in danger of being smashed down by self-appointed custodians of culture, citizenship and nationalism.

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Follow the Money

February 20, 2018

The breathtaking scale of the Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud, allegedly involving Nirav Modi and his associates, has shaken the public confidence in national banks. It is astonishing that the fraud was perpetuated over so many years

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Tamil Nadu will find it hard to accept the injustice done to it on Cauvery

February 16, 2018

The judgment in the Cauvery water-sharing dispute may ultimately be remembered for its timing rather than its content.

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India or Hindia?

January 09, 2018

In the midst of the triple talaq furore, an intervention by Shashi Tharoor, MP, in Parliament seems to have gone relatively unnoticed. The issue came up during Question Hour in the Lok Sabha on January 3 during a Starred Question about the steps taken by the Union government to make Hindi an official language at the United Nations.

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Can 2G ‘scam’ architects BJP & ADMK speak with authority now?

December 23, 2017

In the midst of the triple talaq furore, an intervention by Shashi Tharoor, MP, in Parliament seems to have gone relatively unnoticed. The issue came up during Question Hour in the Lok Sabha on January 3 during a Starred Question about the steps taken by the Union government to make Hindi an official language at the United Nations.

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Those who manufactured deep prejudice in public mind about 2G scam were rewarded by BJP

December 22, 2017

In the midst of the triple talaq furore, an intervention by Shashi Tharoor, MP, in Parliament seems to have gone relatively unnoticed. The issue came up during Question Hour in the Lok Sabha on January 3 during a Starred Question about the steps taken by the Union government to make Hindi an official language at the United Nations.

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When Governors break moulds, who pulls strings?

November 16, 2017

In a landmark judgment delivered last year, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court laid out the scope of the governor’s powers. The first citizens of the states are endowed with a host of discretionary powers but the question of who holds these powerful men and women accountable remains a mystery.

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Banning Cow slaughter by stealth

June 29, 2017

The contentious issue of cow slaughter has been revived with the notification of The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules 2017(the Rules) by the Union Government.

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In Past Year, Tamil Nadu has seen OPS, EPS and is now on UPS

May 26, 2017

The state is burning. The issues of GST, UDAY, NEET, Food Security Act, agrarian crisis, industrial slump and the imposition of Hindi are driving its people up the wall.

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Why we need coroners to probe custodial deaths

September 23, 2016

The mysterious death of Ramkumar, the accused in the Swathi murder case, has posed uneasy questions about the criminal justice system in the country and safety in police custody.

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When the seas’ part

August 12, 2016

The recent decision of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) based in The Hague, Netherlands on South China Sea has brought into focus the utility of the international tribunals in resolving long-pending maritime disputes.

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Protect the Witness

July 18, 2016

Tamil Nadu is in a state of shock after the bloody and gruesome murder of Swathi, a 24-year old techie, which took place in broad daylight while she was waiting on a platform in a Chennai suburban train station some days ago.

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Vijay Mallya may use these 3 options to stall Extradition

February 3, 2019

HIGHLIGHTS Vijay Mallya may have three last options to stall extraditionOne of the options is appealing to the UK Home Secretary Priti Patel. Mallya's appeal against extradition at Supreme Court level[...]

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Sri Nilanjan Bhattacharya Versus The State Of Karnataka And Others

February 3, 2019

Civil Appeal No 3284 of 2020 (Arising out of SLP (C) No 7146 of 2020) Sri Nilanjan Bhattacharya versus The State of Karnataka and Others Facts of the Case[...]

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The Data Protection Regime And Compliance In India

February 3, 2019

Civil Appeal No 3284 of 2020 (Arising out of SLP (C) No 7146 of 2020) Sri Nilanjan Bhattacharya versus The State of Karnataka and Others Facts of the Case[...]

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LGBTQIA+ Rights in India: The Road Ahead

June 3, 2021

In March 2021, Oscar Davies, an English Barrister-at-law (called to the bar in 2018), became the first person known to be listed at Chambers in the [...]

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In India, looking beyond the binary to a Spectrum

June 19, 2021

Last month, when the cases surrounding the question of same-sex marriages came up before the High Court of Delhi,[...]

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Right to be Forgotten and Digital Privacy

June 21, 2021

Last month, an interim order was issued by the High Court of Delhi directing Google and IndianKanoon to remove access to [...]

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Why hasn’t marital rape been criminalized in India yet?

September 10, 2021

Parliament and courts have missed opportunities to bring in changes on this sensitive issue[...]

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Archakas of all hues

September 13 2021

On August 14, 2021, the Tamil Nadu government appointed 24 trained archakas (priests) in temples across the State which come under the[...]

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Face – Off Part I: TN passes bill exempting students from NEET. Is the State Right?

October 21, 2021

By Manuraj Shunmugasundaram, advocate, Madras high court and spokesperson, DMK NEET has made medical education unaffordable[...]

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Is there A ‘Right to Die with Dignity’?

30 October, 2021

Over the last eighteen months of the pandemic, we have seen a drastic increase in the number of patients entering critical care and requiring[...]

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Compulsory ADR and Mediation in a Post – Pandemic World

December 13 2021

The benefits of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) are recognised and continue to be recognised by courts in the UK as well as[...]

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A case for house arrest in India

February 14 2022

With 69% of the inmates in our prisons being undertrials, it is time that courts seriously consider[...]

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A new track for capital punishment jurisprudence

May 7, 2022

A new track for capital punishment jurisprudence.The Supreme Court of India’s intervention paves [...]

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Push for federalism: Supreme Court judgment in Perarivalan case shifts compass of judicial thinking

June 06 2022

Through the recent judgment in A.G. Perarivalan vs. State & Anr. (2022), the Supreme Court has fortified[...]

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India, that is not a Hindu Rashtra

July 14 2022

What India needs now is not a ‘Bharat’ of ‘Indic Consciousness’, but a Union of States that will deliver gender equality[...]

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The Dravidian Movement and Aryan Illusions

July 23, 2022

The gubernatorial remarks on Aryan-Dravidian differences can only be described as a case[...]

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Ganesan and Manuraj Legal LLP | Newsletter | Arbitration | December 2021 Vol.1

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Ganesan and Manuraj Legal LLP | Newsletter | Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code | January 2022, Vol. 1

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GM legal Ranked by legal 500 in chennai city focus

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Conclave on Online Gaming

Dec 04 2021

Ganesan and Manuraj Legal LLP and Koan Advisory conducted a multi-stakeholder Conclave on Online Gaming on December 4, 2021. The participants discussed and debated on the legal and social issues concerning online gaming and sports in India.