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Justice, law and change | The Indian Express

Justice, law and change | The Indian Express

Justice, law and change

India’s policy choices around bankruptcy represent a rupture with the past. But there is work yet to be done

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Starting today, Jet Airways will no longer be freely traded on stock exchanges.(Express photo by Pradip Das)

The unforgettable line, “We are not asking you to change the country — that has already happened without any court’s permission — but we are asking you to protect the rights of the country to change”, is not the only reason that India’s judiciary, currently ruling on bankruptcy and the bad loan regime, should watch the spectacular new movie on the early life of US Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. On the Basis of Sex not only chronicles using a tax case involving a man to create precedence and attack 178 laws that discriminated against women, but it is also a wonderful meditation on how courts can react to societies that are changing despite precedence, personal preference, and vested interests.

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