Anusha Soni

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is special correspondent at India Today TV.

POLITICS

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Four days and counting: Why Supreme Court crisis is far from over

It was expected that the issue would be resolved over the weekly informal lunch, but justice Chelameswar chose to be on leave.

POLITICS

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Why rebellion at Supreme Court was in the offing

When top four judges of the SC see no recourse but to address the media, we are indeed in for troubled times.

POLITICS

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2G verdict: Was there ever a telecom spectrum ‘scam’?

In a criminal trial, to prove criminal intent one requires to prove the guilt beyond reasonable doubt.

POLITICS

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Aadhaar linking deadline extended to March 31: What this exactly means for us

The five-judge Constitution bench of Supreme Court will begin hearing the Aadhaar case in January.

POLITICS

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You must be a 'good girl', Hadiya!

The Kerala 'love jihad' case is a classic example of how misogyny and phobia feed off each other.

POLITICS

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Judges bribery case: Why the crisis seems far from resolving

The court said the conduct of Prashant Bhushan was 'unethical' and amounted to 'forum shopping'.

POLITICS

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How a clash between the two topmost judges of Supreme Court undermined Indian judiciary

The high drama over Prashant Bhushan and Kamini Jaiswal’s petition was as much about judicial protocol as it was about the spirit of the apex constitutional institution.

POLITICS

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Hadiya case exposes our deep-rooted misogyny

Although women are given equal rights, their bodies and sexuality remain the battleground for cultural war.

POLITICS

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What the Supreme Court's historic judgment says about 'sex with minor wife'

Now, a marriage irrespective of religion cannot be consummated if the wife is a minor.

VOICES

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What the Supreme Court doesn't talk about when discussing freedom of speech

The unwritten law that there cannot be any open public discourse on political leanings of judges.