Constitutional Law: Doctrine of Colourable Legislation

Author: Aditya Kohli

Have you heard of the Fraud Constitution? No, many people may not have heard it because everyone would have heard it as the doctrine of Colourable Legislation used by the courts of India.

Analysis: Amish Devgan Case

Author: Nikita Prakash from Symbiosis Law School, Pune.

The Indian Constitution does not expressly guarantee the freedom of press or media in so many words. However, these freedoms are extended to all citizens, and by extension, to the press, in the form of the Fundamental Right to freedom of speech…