Rajesh Ranjan, Second year law student at National law University jodhpur. He is an avid reader of Constitutional law and regularly contributes on the issue on different platform.
by Rajesh Ranjan 30 January 2020 The decision of the Kashi Vishwanath, Varanasi temple to enact a dress code for devotes has once again sparked the debate between the two facets of constitutional rights in Indian constitution, i.e. the dilemma between the liberty and faith. The dress code for the temples is not a newREAD MORE
by Rajesh Ranjan 28 December 2019 The global politics in the present scenario, is witnessing the rise of populist leader as well as populist policies. Such rise of populism has posed the threat on the existence of the Constitution and its ability to survive during the crisis. The history of south Asia has the mixedREAD MORE