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None of us are free till all of us are free: Why the 377 verdict is important for all Indians
There’s a clear indication that the court’s duty is to protect the rights of minorities, however minuscule they might be.
· Sep 08, 2018 · 09:00 pm
If triple talaq is allowed to stay on the law books, let’s allow all Indians the right to use it
A response to a recent article by lawyer Flavia Agnes.
· Jun 06, 2017 · 05:30 pm