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We have arrested both Dharmadhikari and Shelar for charges of theft and have got their custody till October 30, said Telang For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rajeev Dhavan | Published: October 28 2017 1:03 am Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of India by Abhinav Chandrachud Top News Title:Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of India Author: Abhinav Chandrachud Publisher: Penguin Random House India Pages: 304 pages Price:Rs 599 Lawyers are inclined to read cases by looking at the ratio of a decision (and reasons for the decision) the facts and the obiter statements which are carelessly related to both Abhinav Chandrachud a scholar of brilliant achievements goes further to analyse law and court decisions and locate them in the context of the immediate history in which they were conceived This is worthy effort to relate context to imperial law but lacks a consistent socio-legal theory Various historians have used cases with insightful depth such as Sudhir Chandra in Enslaved Daughters (on Rukmabai’s case) Chandrachud is not a historian; that does not detract from his perceptions to enrich our understanding of legal concepts and how they were imposed enabling state and social control To say that this book simply reminds us that post-Independence Indian law is still enmeshed in the labyrinth by which the British ruled India would be uncharitable Of course the latest Supreme Court decision refusing to de-criminalie defamation shows the continuing influence of Macaulay and his descendants Yet this book without echoing EP Thomson’s thesis of the rule of law as a mixed blessing shows that law and ideas flowing from it are often double-edged providing unintended results This gives the rule of law an expanded and creative meaning Law favours the rich but can be used differentially by the oppressed to a limited extent Chandrachud’s narrative of the Constituent Assembly mentions only in passing TD Bhargava introducing the concept of “reasonable” in the Article 19 which guaratees freedoms He is right in stating that KM Munshi’s draft on rights prevailed over Ambedkar and Harnan Singh but it was Bhargava’s concept of ‘reasonableness’ which is pivotal to the Indian Constitution and foundational to the constitutional discourse today Munshi was a conservative twice inspired Over its most splendid narrative Chandrachud’s book can be broadly divided into laws which protect the state (sedition public order contempt of court licensing and institutional pressures) and those dealing with morality (obscenity and censorship) Of course the discussion is much more exciting than my bland overview in Only The Good News (1987) I include ‘contempt’ in state control on the basis of the discussions on contempt of court (narrated in my book Contempt of Court and the Press) in the 1925-6 debates The most exciting and rich part of the book is its analysis of sedition which repressed the freedom of the press and speech through the executive and judiciary — pretending that the judicial arm of the state was really independent from the colonial state If the state was unspeakingly blunt in its implementation the colonial judiciary was more subtle in its juristic elucidation of legal concepts which energised the state into imposing the fear of state law by judicially controlled doctrines There couldn’t be anything more obvious than the statism imposed by the law of sedition Here Chandrachud is brilliant in the depth of analysis and the serpentile coil of sedition laws He takes us to contemporary repression (as on Kanhaiya of JNU fame) in the name of sedition In this the Modi ‘state’ is more resolute and vindictive than the colonial Second from ‘statism’ I turn to moral and social expression Here too Chandrachud tells a full story By the time we reach Justice Hidayatullah’s decision in the Lady Chatterly Case (1965) we find the judge upholding the English test of 1869 while writing a literary review of the book From then there is a clutter of decisions — some nicely setting standards like Justice KJ Shetty in the Ore Oru Gramathile case (1989) But the problem has been that the intuitive test applied by judges is to reject censorship which that judge found abhorrent Few really echo Justice Krishna Iyer on the Periyar Ramayana case (1972) on the near absolution of free speech with sensible restraints in a sensitive area American doctrine balances things differently At one time in Roth (1957) the US Supreme Court found obscenity speech not constitutionally protected per se The first trajectory of creative judgments included those relating to good writing (Fanny Hill (1961) Ginsberg vs New York (1968)) The second line of cases were about privacy and protecting the home and travelling suitcase This trajectory on privacy went from Stanley (1969) to Paris Adult Theater (1973) which is an amusing decision indeed The first trajectory on restrictions resulted in the community standards test in Miller (1973) This test is uncontrollable and a gift to Hindutva British judgments and US doctrines are not easy to handle in our context We must create our own jurisprudence on free speech and the reasonable restrictions that can be imposed on it But a theory of a balance of principles used still eludes us — certainly the executive Chandrachud incidentally but rightly dwells on the social elimination of social speech which is self-evident from deplorable incidents including the murder of Kalburgi Pansare Dabholkar and Gauri Lankesh and the beef murders I leave aside Chandrachud examining contempt law which unfortunately does not examine constructive contempt other than scandalising judges This consists of judicial reactions on interference with the judicial process by the press by commentary and criticism of live cases But an author’s restraints must be appreciated All in all this is a wonderful book the best of its kind for a long time The research is exceptional the narrative brilliant and it is more thought-provoking than any other book in this space including my own The writer is a senior advocate at the Supreme Court of India For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bijal Vachharajani | Mumbai | Updated: April 30 2016 5:17 pm There’s a world of flavour in a mason jar Tuck into the jar for layer upon layer of goodness (Photo: Bijal Vachharajani) Related News While I was studying climate change one of our professors would come to class with his laptop and a mason jar of water It wasn’t to stick flowers in as I discovered It was his water bottle As we pored over climate governance case studies I couldn’t help but wonder about the idea of drinking from a mason jar Of course now these jars are everywhere – hipsters are chugging cocktails from it the health conscious are putting salad layers in them designers are turning them into mini lanterns and some people still use them to store jam in There are reasons behind the “rise of the jars” as this ThinkProgress article explains – from being more economical ecological conscious and because it evokes a sense of nostalgia Read More Bakers of course love these jars pressing all sorts of desserts into them From tiramisus to creamy concoctions everything’s now available in a glass jar And given that Bengaluru’s going through what can only be described as extreme weather conditions I decided it’s time to make desserts in a jar and tuck them into the fridge for SOS it-is-too-hot moments Because honestly it is too hot to get close to an oven Which is why I am thinking sorbets ice creams and cold desserts I have been trying all sorts of combinations – Greek yoghurt seeds and mangoes; Mascarpone cheese ginger biscuits and mangoes; ice cream mangoes and leftover cake I am guessing you can see a pattern there – mangoes Maybe I should say fruit but really it’s been mangoes that have been going into the jars but you can use whatever fruit is in season And the best thing is it really doesn’t need exact measurements – you can add more fruit more yoghurt more cheese depending on what you feel like Or what the weather allows Ingredients For the filling 70g- Mascarpone cheese 70g- Cream cheese (Britannia has an Indian one now) 20g- Fairtrade castor sugar 1/8tsp- Vanilla extract 1 to 2- Mangoes 1- Jar (let us not forget the jar) For the biscuit layer packet- Ginger biscuits 2 tbsp- Melted butter Method * Blitz the biscuits in a blender until fine * Mix the crumbs with melted butter until it can come together to form a ball when you squeeze it * Layer the bottom of the jar with the biscuit-butter dough It can be about a centimeter thick * The ginger you will find goes very well with the mango Don’t pack it down else it will stick to the bottom and freeze Stick the jar into the fridge * Using a hand-held mixer whisk the Mascarpone and cream cheeses along with the sugar * Make sure there are no lumps in the batter Now add vanilla extract and give it one more whizz You could add a smidgen of ginger powder or cinnamon instead * Add a spoonful of the cheese mix to the jar * Next add chopped mangoes Drizzle in some more of the biscuit mix * Add another layer of the cheeses and top with more mangoes * Let it chill for at least a couple of hours Dig in straight from the jar For news updates follow us on Facebook Twitter Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News (Source: File) Top News The Olympic flame was handed to organizers of the 2018 Pyeongchang Games on Tuesday, ‘peace and harmony, the septicemia caused a brain haemorrhage. 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