CLPR’s National Level Quiz On the Indian Constitution

The Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) is excited to conduct India’s first national-level quiz on the Indian Constitution and its history. The quiz will be held in July-August 2016 for undergraduate and postgraduate students and will touch upon the most challenging political, legal and governance issues of contemporary India and how these are
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Report on ‘Constituent Assembly Debates in Contemporary times’

On 26th January 2016, Republic Day, CLPR’s CADIndia website was launched at the Karnataka Judicial Academy. The launch event consisted of a discussion around ‘Constituent Assembly Debates in Contemporary Times’. Vineeth Krishna, Research Consultant/Associate Editor,  at the Centre for Law and Policy Research, has written a detailed report on the discussion which can be accessed
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Republic Day Celebration 2016: Launch of CLPR’s CADIndia website and discussion on ‘Constituent Assembly Debates in Contemporary Times’

On the 26th of January 2016, the Centre for Law and Policy Research(CLPR), launched its CADIndia website and also organised a discussion around the theme – ‘Constituent Assembly Debates In Contemporary Times’ at the Karnataka Judicial Academy, Bangalore. The discussion was moderated by Prof. Arun Thiruvengadam, Azim Premji University. The CADIndia website (cadindia.clpr.org.in), supported by
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The Foreign and the Indigenous in the Indian Constitution: Constitution Day talk by Arun Thiruvengadam

While drafting the Indian Constitution, members of the constituent assembly often found themselves at a buffet on which a diverse spread of constitutional designs from foreign jurisdictions was laid out. The assembly carefully scrutinized what was on offer and liberally picked up what it thought was best for the Indian Constitution. The result of this alleged
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