The Fourth Annual Constitution Day Lecture hosted by DAKSH at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) Auditorium on Saturday, 28 November, 2015, was a gathering of members from the legal community, students, and citizens interested in governance.
The lecture was delivered by Mr Raju Ramachandran, Senior Advocate at the Supreme Court of India. Mr Ramachandran is an eminent lawyer and a former Additional Solicitor General of India. Mr Ramachandran spoke on the topic of ‘Judicial Independence and the Appointment of Judges’, in light of the recent NJAC judgement.
Third Constitution Day Lectures
Prashant Bhushan, Indian lawyer, activist, and politician, delivered the third Constitutional Day Lecture on "The Role, Independence, and Accountability of the Judiciary Under the Indian Constitution" in Bangalore on 29th November 2014.
Second Constitution Day Lectures
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Usha Ramanathan, an internationally recognized expert on law and poverty, delivered the Constitutional Day Lecture on the "Sovereign, Citizen, Subject: An exploration of the relationship between the people and the state" on 26th November, 2013 in Bangalore.
Inaugural Constitution Day Lectures
Pratap Bhanu Mehta, president of the Centre for Policy Research, delivered the lecture on “The Great Churning: India’s Progressive Moment?” on 26th November, 2012 in Bangalore. The event was chaired by Honorable Chief Justice M.N.Venkatachalaiah.