Dear all,


We are pleased to share that Volume 5, Issue 1 of the Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Journal ["CALQ"] has been published!


Kindly click the attachment below to access the issue.


For any queries or suggestions, please feel free to reach us at editorcalq@gmail.com.


CALQ Volume 5 Issue 1
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Dear All, We are extremely pleased to announce the successful completion of our guest lecture event with Hon'ble Dr. Justice P.S. Bhati, on the topic of Media Trials in light of the Right to Privacy on April 20, 2021. The session witnessed a participation of over 120 attendees ranging from students from various law schools to legal professionals from across the country.


About the Speaker: Dr. Justice Pushpendra Singh Bhati currently serves as a judge at the principal seat of the Rajasthan High Court in Jodhpur. In the past, Justice P.S. Bhati has served as the Additional Advocate General at the High Court of Rajasthan, President at the Rajasthan High Court Lawyers Association (2011-2013) and General Secretary at the Rajasthan High Court Advocates Association (2001). He has represented many institutions, including RBI, ONGC & JNVU and has served as the standing counsel for Indian Railways for 16 years. Justice P.S. Bhati was amongst the visiting faculty on Constitutional & Criminal Law subjects to NLU, Jodhpur, being very popular amongst its erstwhile batches. He is presently a member of the Academic Council at NLU, Jodhpur. His areas of expertise span across Revenue, Election, Criminal and miscellaneous matters, including Public Interest Litigations.


We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Hon'ble Dr. Justice P.S. Bhati for taking out time to deliver this lecture and making the event extremely engaging and fruitful. Further, we thank all the participants for attending the session and being an interactive crowd. Lastly, we thank each member of the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law for their valuable contributions, for this event would not have been possible without their efforts.




Sixteen Stormy Days: The Story of the First Amendment to the Constitution of India by Tripurdaman Singh has been reviewed by Hartej Singh Koccher. The book traces the politico-socio-legal background of the incidents leading up to the first amendment of nascent Constitution of India, within 16 months after coming into existence.

CALQ Volume 5 Issue 1 - Book Review
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