King’s Sceptre and Bishop’s Crook: The personal law conflict under Article 13
When human society first developed on an appreciable scale, the concept of a well-organized and efficient State exercising the tools of civil, political, and coercive power was not as well-developed as it is today. The traditional role of the law, thus, in acting as the arbiter between persons, was taken over by an institution far more pervasive and powerful: religion.
The Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019: A legal overview
Today, let us, for a single article, distance ourselves from the issues of policy and morality. Today, let's look at the CAA 2019 as purely a statute and analyze its legality.