11 cases that changed the course of Fundamental Rights in 2017; CLPR's Rights in Review ReportJune 13 2018
In 2017 we notice a new and significant trend for Fundamental Rights protection in India. The Supreme Court constitutes 5 judge benches more readily to decide significant fundamental rights cases.
The fourth edition of the Rights in Review report, published annually by the Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR), begins on this optimistic note.
The report analyses Supreme Court decisions on fundamental rights, which have in some way extended or . . .
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