The judgment in the second longest hearing in the history of the Supreme Court will be an indicator of the apex court’s understanding in matters of data protection and security, while hopefully making a case for prudence in assimilating technology with governance, without altering the citizen-State relationship.
The Leaflet Special Issue is a one-stop destination to get a wide-angle, rigorous perspective on raging debates of the day. Centred around one theme and investigating it from every possible direction, the Special Issue will focus on comprehensive, in-depth and wide-spectrum analysis of the biggest sociolegal and constitutional battles that are central to our understanding of the rule of law, justice as well as human and civil rights. A platform to both look back and look ahead, to tease out the nuances lost in chasing breaking news and views, our emphasis will be to foreground issues that are often neglected by mainstream media.
Periods of glory and loss have passed without marking a record in the public memory. Sometimes sung and sometimes unsung, like the tides of time, they have been lost, leaving behind footprints for coming generations to decode. These footprints lay scattered all over, and to speak specifically of Delhi, in the old cities and the old walls running parallel to the new sites of modern Delhi- The capital of the 60-year-old nation India.