GAMESTONKS: SHORT SELLING’S FALL-OUT WITH POPULISM & ITS LEGALITY IN THE USA AND INDIA

In this article, the authors seek to provide a basic framework to the theory of short selling of stocks and endeavour to practically illustrate it using the example of the GameStop stock. Further, the authors lay down the basis for short selling’s unpopularity in the USA by contrasting its legality over there with the strict regulations carved out by SEBI in India. Continue reading GAMESTONKS: SHORT SELLING’S FALL-OUT WITH POPULISM & ITS LEGALITY IN THE USA AND INDIA

The Constitution of India, Constitution Day

RECLAIMING MY CONSTITUTION: Envisioning a Liberal Constitutional Democracy [EDITORIAL]

The author tries to put forth the vision of the Constitution of India. The idea of celebrating our constitution, despite the concerning issues surrounding the Indian democracy, is cherished. Continue reading RECLAIMING MY CONSTITUTION: Envisioning a Liberal Constitutional Democracy [EDITORIAL]

Amy Barret sworn in right before US elections in November 2020

VOW OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AMIDST AN ELECTION? [EDITORIAL]

by Namrata Jeph Judicial independence is a multifaceted concept and there is no one ideal model of implementing judicial independence in the sense that one-size-fits-all. It is a result of a combination of different conditions, measures, checks, and balances that can vary from one country to another. However, only when a judiciary is independent it can make fair decisions that uphold the rule of law, an … Continue reading VOW OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AMIDST AN ELECTION? [EDITORIAL]