The Comparative Jurisprudence of Secularism in France and India With Reference to the Enactment of Anti-separatism Law and the CAA

Deep Dighe & Tulsi Mansingka The liberties provided by the principle of secularism in France and India are quite distinct from each other. The 1905 law i.e. laicite is a result of hard fought rejection of Catholic Church in the governance of the State and that has been the prevailing norm in France ever since. Continue reading