जो मेरा है, क्या वो सच में मेरा है?

Property Rights का भारत में एक पेचीदा इतिहास है | यह एक ऐसा अधिकार है जिसके बिना बाकी सारे संवैधानिक अधिकार बेअसर हो जाते है | इसके बावजूद हमने बार-बार प्रॉपर्टी पर अधिकार को बलि पर चढ़ाया है, जिसका खामियाज़ा हम आज तक भुगत रहे है | तो इस बार की पुलियाबाज़ी प्रॉपर्टी के अधिकार पर | इस विषय को सुलझाने के लिए हमने बात की श्रुति राजगोपालन से, जो स्टेट यूनिवर्सिटी न्यूयॉर्क में अर्थशास्त्र पढ़ाती है और क्लासिकल लिबरल इंस्टिट्यूट में फेलो है |

Where Do We Go? Where Do We Go Now?

In the final essay in an eight-part series on The Right to Property, we look at how the weakening of the Right to Property has made the state a reverse Robin Hood, taking land from the poor and giving it to the rich. But there is hope.

We Didn’t Stop The Fire

In the seventh essay in an eight-part series on The Right to Property, we look at how the 44th Amendment removed whatever little protection there was for the Right to Property.

Robbing a Nation

In the sixth essay in an eight-part series on The Right to Property, we look at how theft was institutionalized under the reign of Indira Gandhi.

The Nehruvian Years

In the fifth essay in an eight-part series on The Right to Property, we look at how property rights were weakened all through the Age of Nehru.

Imagine No Possessions

The Right to Property is the underpinning of all our rights — and yet, the Indian constitution does not consider it a Fundamental Right, though it once did. Constitutional expert Shruti Rajagopalan joins Amit Varma to discuss why this right is important, and the consequences of its being weakened in India.