Saturday, 18 November, 2017

Divya Narayanan

Divya Narayanan
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Divya Narayanan works as a Journalist and Producer for ThePrint. She is a recent graduate from the Young India Fellowship. She did her undergraduate studies in Journalism and Mass Communication from The Lady Shri Ram College for Women where she discovered a deep interest in issues of Gender and Sexuality and how they intersect with the law. Divya is also an avid reader, amateur film maker and photographer. She can be reached at: [email protected] Find her on Twitter: @divya1539
Supreme Court

There are some things even the Supreme Court shouldn’t be allowed to change

SC itself has held that certain features of THE Constitution can’t be amended by Parliament; it should be the same when it comes to its own functioning.
An illustration of Modi wearing a hat

Rating the raters

Gujarat Elections 2017

Indira Gandhi

Indira Gandhi at 100: Why She Still Rules India

Indira believed in statist, povertarian economics and crush-the-opposition-to-dust “Total Politics”. If both ideas thrive under Modi now, she still rules our minds.
Shoe shop

Talk Point: The regulatory philosophy of NAPA replaces the invisible hand of the market

Anti-profiteering measures enshrined in the GST law round the circle by already providing an institutional mechanism to ensure that the full benefits of reduced tax rates flow through to the consumer.