Welcome to Parichay’s blog — a repository on citizenship and allied issues
with an emphasis on the Global South.
This is a guest post by Alok Prasanna Kumar. He is the Co-Founder and Lead of Vidhi Karnataka. His areas of research include judicial reforms, constitutional law, urban development, and law and technology. He has also previously practised in the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court. The preparation of the National Register of Citizens… Continue reading Solving a Trilemma — The Way Forward for the NRC →
The Referring Authority is required to show the application of mind to the facts and law before him, and then record his satisfaction based on the materials collected by the Investigating Officer before forwarding a reference to the Tribunal. State of Assam v. Moslem Mandal reported in (2013) 3 GLR 402 at para 98 [Full… Continue reading Absence of Jurisdictional Fact of Application of Mind in the Reference →
Relevant Statutes/Rules/Orders: Paragraph 3C of the Foreigners (Tribunals) Order, 1964 provides for applying before the FT for setting aside an ex parte order within thirty (30) days from the date of the said FT Opinion in the following words: “3C. Procedure for setting aside ex parte order: Where the Foreigners’ Tribunal has passed an ex… Continue reading Challenging Ex Parte Orders on the Ground of Improper Service of Notice →
Anushri Uttarwar is a fourth-year B.BA. LL.B.(Hons.) student and Student Fellow at Centre for Public Interest Law, Jindal Global Law School. Arunima Nair is a second-year LL.B. student at Jindal Global Law School and an Editor of the Parichay Blog. Anushri and Arunima are among the authors of Securing Citizenship: India’s legal obligations towards precarious… Continue reading The Indian Judiciary and Its Record on Statelessness →
Khush Aalam Singh is a third-year law student pursuing the B.A. (LL.B.) program at Jindal Global Law School. He is a Student Fellow at Centre for Public Interest Law, JGLS, where he is currently assisting research interventions on questions of citizenship and statelessness. Khush is one of the authors of Securing Citizenship: India’s legal obligations… Continue reading Mapping Developments: A follow-up to the Detention Chapter from the Securing Citizenship Report →
Manav Kapur read law at NALSAR, Hyderabad and New York University, New York. He has previously taught law at NALSAR and Jindal Global Law School. He is presently pursuing his Ph.D. in legal history from Princeton University, New Jersey. This is a transcript of a lecture delivered as part of the lecture series at the… Continue reading ‘History of Citizenship and Migration in South Asia’: A talk by Mr. Manav Kapur →
Ravi Hemadri is Founder and Head of Development and Justice Initiative (‘DAJI’), a public charitable trust working on issues of justice, human rights, and dignity for marginalized communities, with a particular focus on urban migrant workers, refugees, internally displaced people, stateless persons, and Indigenous peoples. He has over two decades of experience in research and… Continue reading Interview with Ravi Hemadri →
This is a guest post by Malavika Prasad. She is an advocate and doctoral fellow at the NALSAR University of Law. She has served as an advocate in the Supreme Court of India and other courts. Presently, she is also a senior editor at Law and Other Things. “For most people who live alongside it,… Continue reading Citizenship and the Eastern Partition →
Following the excerpts of the reports published on the blog over the course of November, the Centre for Public Interest Law, JGLS, has published Securing Citizenship, which can be found here. The report identifies the critical legal issues surrounding precarious citizens and stateless persons in India. It recommends strengthening the existing legal framework in three… Continue reading Announcing the Release of Securing Citizenship →
The following post is an excerpt from the upcoming report ‘Securing Citizenship’ on India’s legal obligations towards precarious citizens and stateless persons authored by the Centre for Public Interest Law, JGLS and Faculty of Law, Université Catholique de Lille. The Report reviews and comments on the key contemporary legal issues pertaining to citizenship and statelessness in India. Divided into three chapters – Citizenship Status, Detention and Socio-Economic… Continue reading Excerpt: Rights of Child Detainees →
The following post is an excerpt from the upcoming report ‘Securing Citizenship’ on India’s legal obligations towards precarious citizens and stateless persons authored by the Centre for Public Interest Law, JGLS and Faculty of Law, Université Catholique de Lille. The Report reviews and comments on the key contemporary legal issues pertaining to citizenship and statelessness in India. Divided into three chapters – Citizenship Status, Detention and Socio-Economic… Continue reading Excerpt: Framework of Socio-Economic Rights for Non-Nationals →
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