Same Sex Marriages, “No, we don’t do that Here”, Centre tells SC : A Critical Analysis

By Varunendra Pandey, Content Writer, Lexstructor Sin, crime, pathology, and what not, homosexuality in India has been through various roads and canals to reach to this day where consensual sexual activities between same-sex persons is no more a criminal offence[1].The ancient history of homosexuality is quite rich in India, it was after the drafting of... Continue Reading →

Judicial Activism and Judicial Overreach: A Need to Define the Wafer-Thin Difference

Authored By Paras Gupta, Student Editor, Lexstructor _________________________________________________________ Time and again, there have been regressive and languishing debates on the pressing need to define the distinction between judicial activism and judicial overreach, but with no conclusions. Often the judicial overreach is misunderstood with the judicial activism and the results are, no doubt, catastrophic. Judicial activism... Continue Reading →

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