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Sai Deepak

Sai Deepak

J. Sai Deepak is a Delhi-based litigator who practises primarily before the Delhi High Court. Sai writes on economic laws and policy on his blog "The Demanding Mistress" http://thedemandingmistress.blogspot.in/. He is @jsaideepak on Twitter.

Can Governments ‘take over’ Administration of Hindu Religious Institutions? – VI
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Can Governments ‘take over’ Administration of Hindu Religious Institutions? – VI

Sai Deepak- May 2, 2016

The Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1959 has several key provisions which have a bearing on the freedom of Hindu religious and ... Read More

Casteism, Misogyny and Rights of Hindu Religious Institutions- IV
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Casteism, Misogyny and Rights of Hindu Religious Institutions- IV

Sai Deepak- January 14, 2016

Sample these opening lines of a news report in The Hindu on the ongoing hearings before the Supreme Court on the issue of entry of ... Read More

Can the State Interfere with the Rights of Hindu Religious Institutions?–Part II
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Can the State Interfere with the Rights of Hindu Religious Institutions?–Part II

Sai Deepak- December 15, 2015

Non-Statutory Warning - This piece undertakes a fair bit of legal analysis, which is indispensable given the nature of the discussion. However, the endeavour has been ... Read More

Do Hindu Religious Institutions Have Rights? – I
Archives, Rights (Discrimination & Appeasement)

Do Hindu Religious Institutions Have Rights? – I

Sai Deepak- December 9, 2015

So which part of the Constitution is one supposed to look into to understand the rights and freedoms available to Hindus. Read More