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Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam ‘The Making of the Indian Constitution: A focus on process and methods’, Invited lecture delivered at the workshop on ‘The Idea of the Indian Constitution’ (Chapter 2) organized by History for Peace between February 7-9, 2020. (Transcript published online on February 27, 2021).
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam Democratic Constitutionalism in India and the European Union: Comparing the law of democracy in continental polities (Edward Elgar: Feb 2021) (with Philipp Dann), pp. 272.
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam ‘Constitutional Faith or Constitutional Idolatry?: Insights from recent mass protests in India’ (January 26, 2021) blogpost on the IACL-AIDC blog’s symposium on ‘Constitutional Idolatry, Literacy and Identity’ hosted between January 07-28, 2021.
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam ‘India’s Constitutional Founding: A mixed but enduring legacy’ in ‘Constitutional Foundings in South Asia’ ((Kevin Tan and Ridwanul Hoque, eds, Hart Publishing UK, January 2021).
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam Are courts encroaching on the powers of the executive? (2021, January 22). The Hindu.
“The Hindu Parley podcast: “ Are courts encroaching on the powers of the executive” (Discussion with Anuj Bhuwania, 43 minutes)”
Malini Bhattacharjee Building a 'Hindu Rashtra' through 'Seva' (2021, January 14). Economic and Political Weekly.
Kanika Gauba Book Review: Madhav Khosla, ‘India’s Founding Moment: The Constitution of a Most Surprising Democracy’ (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2020) , Public Law (London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2021).
Arun K. Thiruvengadam ‘Pandemics and Emergency Powers in Asia’ in Victor V. Ramraj (ed.), Covid-19 in Asia: Law and Policy contexts (Oxford University Press: UK, forthcoming 2020), pp.15.
Malini Bhattacharjee ‘Did the First Amendment to the Constitution lay the foundation for an authoritarian state?’, The Indian Express, October 11, 2020.
Srikrishna Ayyangar, Sham N. Kashyap, Prateeti Prasad, and Rishikesh B.S. “School Choice and Implementation: Survey Evidence Across Indian States.”Studies in Indian Politics, (October 2020).
Varsha Aithala ‘Idea of Social Stock Exchanges for India’,The India Forum, September 22, 2020
Abhayraj Naik Opinion: No Climate Concerns in India’s draft green rules, India Climate Dialogue, 24th August 2020 [co-author]
Abhayraj Naik Violent Beasts and Legal Animals,in RETHINKING LAW AND VIOLENCE IN INDIA (edited by Latika Vashisth and Jyoti Dogra and published by Oxford University Press in collaboration with the Indian Law Institute, 2020) [co-author]
Vishnupad “Hegemony without Dominance: Notes on the Rule of Law in India”,  in RETHINKING LAW AND VIOLENCE IN INDIA (edited by Latika Vashisth and Jyoti Dogra and published by Oxford University Press in collaboration with the Indian Law Institute, 2020) .
Varsha Aithala Commercial Courts In India: Three Puzzles For Legal System Reform Journal of Indian Law and Society, Eastern Book Company: Lucknow, August 2020 (co-author)
Kanika Gauba ‘India that is Bharat: The Politics of a National Name,’ Economic and Political Weekly (Mumbai: Sameeksha Trust, 11 July 2020), pp. 17-19.
Malini Bhattacharjee 73 yrs ago, Sylhet Referendum left a Hindu community homeless between Assam and Bangladesh, The Print, July 6th 2020
Malini Bhattacharjee ‘Serving the ‘Other’ During the Pandemic: Hindu Nationalist Groups and Covid Relief in India’,published in Religion and Covid-19 under observation: the Asia-focused research blog CoronAsur, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
Malini Bhattacharjee Interview in Bastion Dialogues, The Bastion, June 16, 2020
Shrimoyee Ghosh “The Grid of Indefinite Incarceration: Everyday Legality and Counter-Insurgency Lawfare in Indian Controlled Kashmir” Critique of Anthropology [with DuschinskiH].
Shrimoyee Ghosh “Crisis Constitutionalism, Permanent Emergency and the Amnesias of International Law in Kashmir”.
Siddharth Swaminathan “Economic Evaluations and the Incumbent Vote in India’s Parliamentary Elections (2014, 2019).” Indian Politics and Policy 3 (1): 9 - 30.
Malini Bhattacharjee Indian intellectuals using secularism to shoot down CAA is only helping Hindutva camp,The Print, January 10 2020
Arun Thiruvengadam Amartya Sen and Law(Routledge USA: 2019) (with Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Victor Ramraj and Supriya Routh),pp. 416.
Arun Thiruvengadam Evaluating Bruce Ackerman’s ‘Pathways to Constitutionalism’ and India as an exemplar of ‘revolutionary constitutionalism on a human scale’, Vol 17 (2) International Journal of Constitutional Law (I.CON) 2019, 682-89, pp. 9.
Kanika Gauba Book Review, Aparna Balachandran, Rashmi Pant and Bhavani Raman (eds.), ‘Iterations of Law: Legal Histories from India,’ (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2018,) Indian Law Review, Volume 3, Issue 3 (Taylor and Francis, 2019).
Kanika Gauba ‘Rethinking “Memory Laws” from a Comparative Perspective,’ in M.P. Singh and Niraj Kumar (eds.), Indian Yearbook of Comparative Law: 2018 (Springer, Singapore, 2019) pp. 233-249.
Malini Bhattacharjee How did RSS become Hindu messiah in India? Disaster relief since 1947, The Print, December 8th 2019
Anshuman Singh "Faith, Heresy and Economic Theory", Economic and Political Weekly,July 2018.
Arun Thiruvengadam Book Review: ‘Unstable Constitutionalism: Law and Politics in South Asia (Mark Tushnet and Madhav Khosla, eds., Cambridge University Press, 2015), Public Law (2018, Issue 2), pp. 367-73, pp. 9.
Arun Thiruvengadam ‘India’ in NATIONALITY LAW IN THE EASTERN HEMISPHERE: ACQUISITION AND LOSS OF CITIZENSHIP IN ASIAN PERSPECTIVE (Olivier Wonk, ed., Wolf Legal Publishers: the Netherlands, 2018), pp. 153-76 (23 pp.) (with Ashna Ashesh).
Sunayana Ganguly “Exploring middle class households tastes in Metro Manila and Bangalore” Implications for sustainable food consumption practices in Asian megacities” with Saloma Czarina and Marlyne Sahakian. Asian Journal of Social Science 46 (3), 304-329
Sunayana Ganguly “The Fruit that is a flower – Musings on Going Native in Victoria”
Sudhir Krishnaswamy Manufacturing electoral choice, Live Mint, May 16, 2018
Narayana A How the BJP won, The Indian Express, May 16, 2018
Sudhir Krishnaswamy Dalits see the apex court’s order on SC/ST Act as a dog whistle to destroy the law, The Print, April 10, 2018
Arun Thiruvengadam Book review of ‘Unstable Constitutionalism: Law and Politics in South Asia (Mark Tushnet and Madhav Khosla, eds., Cambridge University Press, (2015)’, [2018 Issue 2 ] Public Law, pp. 367-73.
Arun Thiruvengadam 'Should Supreme Court proceedings be live telecast?', The Hindu, February 16, 2018.
Arun Thiruvengadam The crisis in context, Frontline, February, 2018.
Arun Thiruvengadam The Constitution of India: A Contextual Analysis (Constitutional Systems of the World), Bloomsbury India, January, 2018.
Harish P. Jagannath India’s District Collectors as administrative entrepreneurs: myth or reality?, International Journal of Public Leadership, October, 2017
Sushmita Pati India and Its Visual Cultures, November, 2017
Sunayana Ganguly Making Sustainability Palatable? Changing Practices of Middle-Class Food Consumption in Bangalore, International Development Policy, November 03, 2017
Sunayana Ganguly
Christine Lutringer
Changing Practices of Water and Waste Management by the New Middle Classes Within Gated Communities in Bangalore, International Development Policy, November 03, 2017
Sudhir Krishnaswamy Gauri Lankesh protest shows liberalism can’t be confined to classroom, TV or Twitter, The Print, September 14, 2017
Sudhir Krishnaswamy With triple talaq and right to privacy verdicts, Court emerges Supreme again, India Today, August 31, 2017
Sudhir Krishnaswamy An inalienable privacy right: Supreme Court puts constitutional check to creeping majoritarianism of our times, Times of India, August 25, 2017
Sambaiah Gundimeda Caste, Media and Political Power in Andhra Pradesh: The Case of Eenadu, Sage Journals, July 24, 2017
Ashna Ashesh
Arun Thiruvengadam
Report on citizenship law : India, July 2017
Sushmita Pati Anxieties of "Dabanggai": Tales from Delhi’s Urban Villages, May 15, 2017, Cafe Dissensus
Sudhir Krishnaswamy
Champaka Rajagopal
Mathew Idiculla
The Scales of Planning: Adopting a multi-scalar approach, March 19, 2017, The Hindu
Sudhir Krishnaswamy
Champaka Rajagopal
Mathew Idiculla
Planning and democratic legitimacy: Who should plan for Bengaluru?, March 11, 2017,
The Hindu
Sudhir Krishnaswamy
Champaka Rajagopal
Mathew Idiculla
Planning for the future of Bengaluru by learning from the past, March 4, 2017,
The Hindu
Sukumar Vellakkal Vellakkal S., Reddy, H., Gupta, A., Chandran, A., Fledderjohann, J., Stuckler, D., A qualitative study of factors impacting accessing of institutional delivery care in the context of India's cash incentive program, Social Science & Medicine (2017), doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2017.01.059 [Epub ahead of print).
Sudhir Krishnaswamy The people's court: The Supreme Court needs to evolve a grand strategy that preserves its institutional autonomy and non-partisan character.
Arun K. Thiruvengdam Flag-Bearers of a New Era?: The Evolution of New Regulatory Institutions in India (1991-2016) in Susan Rose Ackerman and Peter Lindseth (eds) Comparative Administrative Law (Edward Elgar, 2nd edition) Forthcoming 2017
Shreya Rao The Indian Equalisation Levy: Inelegant But Not Unexpected NLS Business Law Review (2016), Volume 2, page 25-48
Malini Bhattacharjee Seva, Hindutva, and the Politics of Post-Earthquake Relief and Reconstruction in Rural Kutch, Asian Ethnology Vol 75:1 2016 pp.75–104
Achal Prabhala and Sudhir Krishnaswamy Mr. Modi, Don't Patent Cow Urine, June 16, 2016, The New York Times.
Mathew Idiculla It’s not just the government’s list of 100, there are now hundreds of shades of 'smart cities'
Arun K. Thiruvengadam ‘Tribunals’ in THE OXFORD HANDBOOK OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION (Sujit Choudhry et al eds., (Oxford University Press New York, 2016), pp. 412-31 (19 pages).
Arun K. Thiruvengadam ‘Comparative law and the role of the judiciary’ in AUSTRALIA AND INDIA: A COMPARATIVE OVERVIEW OF THE LAW AND PRACTICE (Shaun Star, ed., Universal Law Publishing and Lexis Nexis, 2016), 20-45 (26 pages) (with Douglas MacDonald).
Achal Prabhala, Sudhir Krishnaswamy Patently a Missed Opportunity, May 25, 2016, The Hindu
Nigam Nuggehalli India-Mauritius Tax Protocol Marks a Changing Zeitgeist, May 17, 2016
Nigam Nuggehalli Manmade Disasters: Civil Society Oversight as an Alternative to Punishment, May 03, 2016
Mathew Idiculla "New Regimes of Private Governance: The Case of Electronics City in Peri-urban Bengaluru, Review of Urban Affairs: Economic and Political Weekly, 51(17), April 23, 2016
Nigam Nuggehalli Hardik Patel and the Irrelevance of Sedition in Post-1947 India, the quint, April 21, 2016
Malini Bhattacharjee Tracing the Emergence and Consolidation of Hindutva in Assam, April 16 2016, Economic Political Weekly
Nigam Nuggehalli Just the tip of the money-laundering iceberg: Business Standard, April 13, 2016
Arun K. Thiruvengadam ‘The continuing resistance to comparative law in constitutional adjudication in Singapore’ in CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION IN SINGAPORE: THEORY AND PRACTICE (Jaclyn Neo (ed.), (Routledge, forthcoming July 2016), pp. 318-342 (24 pages).
Nigam Nuggehalli Do We Really Need a Sedition Law?, The Wire, Feb 15, 2016,
Sudhir Krishnawamy and Gaurav Mukherjee The SC Must End Partisan Federalism, The Hindu, Feb 10, 2016
Nigam Nuggehalli Why a Criminal Case Is Not the Answer to Rohith’s Tragic Death, The Wire, Jan 22, 2016,
Malini Bhattacharjee & Dolashree Mysoor  "Unredressed" Grievances under the RTE: Navigating the State Labyrinth, Governance (January 2016), Volume 29, Issue 1,
pages 31–45
Malini Bhattacharjee & Dolashree Mysoor RTE Grievance Redress and the Commissions for Protection of Child Rights: Understanding Quasi-Judicial Bodies in Sudhir Krishnaswamy (ed.) Rights to Welfare: Education, Food and Word. Oxford University Press (forthcoming). "
Narayana A & Nafis Hasan Governance Reforms and Welfare: A Study of the Karnataka Guarantee of Services to Citizens Act 2011 in Sudhir Krishnaswamy (ed.) Rights to Welfare: Education, Food and Word. Oxford University Press (forthcoming). "
Siddharth Swaminathan "Politics, Development and Deaths: Comparing China and India."" In Economic Growth, Trade and Poverty A Comparative Analysis of India and China, edited by Elumalai Kannan, R. S. Deshpande, Guo Xiaoming and Yue Zhaomin. New Delhi: Konark Publishers Private Ltd. (Forthcoming). "
Siddharth Swaminathan "Statistical Methods and Political Analysis: Examining the 'Economic Vote' in Indian Parliamentary Elections." In Knowing the Social World: Challenges and Responses, edited by N. Jayaram. Orient Blackswan.
Mathew Idiculla "Will Smart Cities stifle local democracy?,, December 20, 2015"
Mathew Idiculla "Smart City Karnatakada Bhavishyavagaballade?(Can Smart Cities be the future of Karnataka), Prajavani, December 19, 2015"
Sudhir Krishnaswamy Getting real about corruption, The Hindu, August 16, 2015,
Mathew Idiculla "Bengaluru Civic Polls Should Not Be Reduced To Political Sparring", The Quint, August 21, 2015
Mathew Idiculla and Narayana A.  "Can Bengaluru be a city for everyone?", Times of India, July 18, 2015,
Mathew Idiculla "Smart City Scam", Outlook, 4 May 2015,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Mathew Idiculla "Devolution of Power is key for BBMP reforms", Economic Times, 17 March, 2015
Shishir Bali "From Nyaya Panchayats to Gram Nyayalayas: The Indian state and rural justice, The Socio-Legal Review, Volume 11(1), National Law School of India University (2015)"
Abhayraj Naik " Wizards at Making a Virtue of Necessity: Street Vendors in India, The Socio-Legal Review, Volume 11(1), National Law School of India University (2015)"
Srikrishna Ayyangar & Suraj Jacob Question Hour Activity and Party Behaviour in India, Journal of Legislative Studies, 2014 (web edition, 2015 print),
Nigam Nuggehalli "The risk of impoverishment in urban development-induced displacement and resettlement in Ahmedabad. Environment & Urbanization. Vol 27(1): 1–26, 2015"
Shishir  Bail and Sandesh Kotte,  Gram Nyayalayas and Access to Justice in India, in Krishnaswamy, Sudhir (Ed.), Indian Legal System Reform: Empirical Baselines and Normative Frameworks, Oxford University Press 2015
Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Shishir Bail Understanding Prison Incarceration in India: An Empirical Approach, in Krishnaswamy, Sudhir (Ed.), Indian Legal System Reform: Empirical Baselines and Normative Frameworks, Oxford University Press, 2015
Nigam Nuggehalli Chapter on Indian Contract Law in Vol. 2 Studies in the Contract Laws of Asia: Contract Formation and Third Party Beneficiaries, Oxford University Press, 2015 (forthcoming)
Dolashree Mysore Is RTE based regulation choking quality education?: Law and Other Things, October 13, 2015,
Gaurav Mukherjee " Back to the Drawing Board, The Indian Express, June 4, 2014, "
Gaurav Mukherjee Whittling Away the Right to Education, Law and Other Things, May 30, 2014,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Gaurav Mukherjee Deciding the Delhi Assembly question, justly, The Hindu, National Edition, May 8, 2014,
Srikrishna Ayyangar Dark possibilities of dual transitions, The Hindu, National edition, April 7, 2014,
Nafis Hasan Lapierre, Dominique. 2014. India My love New Delhi India. Book Review appeared in The New Indian Express, Nov 8th 2014
Nafis Hasan Karashima, Noburu 2014. A Concise History of South India. Book Review. The New Indian Express
Gaurav Mukherjee "India's Civil Nuclear Programme: Price of Political Opportunism, Deccan Herald, 19 November 2014,"
Gaurav Mukherjee "Grey Areas in Recovering Black Money Stashed in Foreign Banks, Hindustan Times, 17 October 2014, available at
Nigam Nuggehalli Exchange of Information under the Switzerland-India Double Taxation Agreement': What are India's options?'(2014) 35 The Company Lawyer, Issue 3, 89
Nigam  Nuggehalli "The Vodafone amendment is more than a retrospective issue', Business Standard, July 21, 2014"
Nigam  Nuggehalli "Black Money: Switzerland and the Art of Stonewalling', The Economic Times Blog, November 4, 2014"
Narayana A 1984, 2002 and 2014: The Memory of Carnage in Election Discourse, Udayavani, March 20
Narayana A "Village Stay: A Worn out Political Strategy, Udayavani, May 2, 2014 "
Narayana A "The Image of a Strong Leader in Indian Politics, Udayavani, May 31, 2014 "
Narayana A "Hota Committee Recommendations and Karnataka Public Service Commission, Udayavani, August 8, 2014 "
Narayana A "Making a difference: New Generation Political Leadership in Karnataka, Udayavani, September 6, 2014 "
Narayana A Demand for North Karnataka State: The Political Viability of Splitting, Udayavani, September 19, 2014
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Shishir Bail "Freeing the Undertrial: Pre-trial Detention in India, Fair Trials International, October 6, 2014,"
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Shishir Bail Freeing the Undertrial, The Hindu, September 22, 2014,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Shishir Bail Why a Presidential Reference of the 377 Judgment is still the best option, Legally India, January 31, 2014
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Shishir Bail Section 377, Koushal v Naz: Why Reference Would be Better Than Review, Legally India, January 20, 2014,
Mathew Idiculla "Who decides where your city ends?" India Together, 29 November 2014 (Republished in Citizen Matters, 8 December, 2014)
Mathew Idiculla "Crafting "smart cities": India's new urban vision" Open Democracy, 22 August, 2014,
Suraj Jacob Gender and Legislative Performance in India' Politics & Gender Volume 10, Issue 2, June 2014 ,
Nigam  Nuggehalli Exchange of Information under the Switzerland-India Double Taxation Agreement': what are India's options?' (2014) 35 The Company Lawyer, Issue 3, 89
Srikrishna Ayyangar & Suraj Jacob Studying the Indian Legislature: What does Question Hour Reveal?, Studies in Indian Politics, Volume 2 No. 1, pages 1-19, June 2014, Sage Publications,
Arun Sivaramakrishnan and Dolashree Mysoor RTE Grievance Redress in Karnataka, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol XLIX, No. 23, June 7, 2014 
Gaurav Mukherjee "Exorcising the Ghosts of Judgments Past: The Case against Excluding Minority Institutions from the RTE Act (2014) 7 Indian J. Const. L. (Accepted, forthcoming), "
Gaurav Mukherjee The 'Disabled' as a Neutral Subject of Law: Utopian Discourse or Pragmatic Paradigm? (2014) 3(1) Christ U. L. J. 1,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy,  Sindhu Sivakumar and Shishir Bail Legal and Judicial Reform in India: A Call for Systemic and Empirical Approaches, The Journal of National Law University Delhi, 2014,
Suraj Jacob "The Kerala Regime and Regional Disparities in Health Infrastructure Versus Outcomes" (2014), India Review 13:1, 58-77,
Suraj Jacob, John Scherpereel & Melinda Adams "Gender Norms and Women's Political Representation: A Global Analysis of Cabinets, 1979-2009" (2014), Governance: An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions, 27:2, 321-345,
Mathew Idiculla "Decoding 'Public Authority' under the RTI Act", Journal of National Law University, Delhi (JNLUD), Issue 1, Volume 2, 2014,
Mathew Idiculla  "The Contested Construction of Electronics City in peri-urban Bangalore", Global Suburbanism: governance, land, and infrastructure in the 21st century. August, 2014
Mathew Idiculla "Integrating Information Disclosure with Indian Environmental Policy" (Co-authored with Rajeev Gowda) In "India's Risks: Democratizing the Management of Threats to Environment, Health, and Values", Eds. Raphaelle Moor & M.V. Rajeev Gowda, Oxford University Press, 2014
Nafis Hasan Madhav Godbole 2014. Good Governance: Never on India's Radar Rainlight/Rupa Publications India and T.S.R. Subramanian 2014. 
Nafis Hasan India at Turning Point: The Road to Good Governance by Rainlight/Rupa Publications India. Joint review essay appeared in Biblio: A review of books, Vol XIX Nos. 9&10, September-October 2014.
Badrinarayanan Seetharaman Right of Voter Recognised, The Times of India, Bangalore Edition, September 28, 2013,
Narayana A Karnataka election results 2013: Have political fortunes really changed? The Times of India, Bangalore Edition, May 11, 2013,
Chandan Gowda Manifestos a window to Karnataka, party strategies, The Times of India, Bangalore Edition, May 2, 2013,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Shishir Bail Locating Rape, The Indian Express, Bangalore Edition, April 19, 2013,
Narayana A Is corruption an election issue?, Times of India, Bangalore Edition, April 17, 2013,
Achal Prabhala & Sudhir Krishnaswamy Why Novartis case will help innovation? The Hindu, Bangalore edition, April 15, 2013,
Srikrishna Ayyangar What is the role of Aaj ka MLA? Times of India, Bangalore edition, April 10. 2013,
Srikrishna Ayyangar & Suraj Jacob Who really won the ULB Elections? Prajavani, March 26, 2013,
Narayana A. & Sharad Sure Understanding the Urban Mandate, Prajavani, March 26, 2013,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Abhayraj Naik Why the Supreme Court is not the Bulwark of the Constitution it is made out to be, Economic Times, January 3, 2013,
Srikrishna Ayyangar & Suraj Jacob "Karnataka Elections: Spoils of Fragmentation, Economic & Political Weekly, Vol – XLVIII No. 19, May 11, 2013 "
Ashish Singh, Sarthak Gaurav & Upasak Das "Household Headship and Academic Skills of Indian Children: A Special Focus on Gender Disparities, European Journal of Population, April 2013   "
Ashish Singh, Upasak Das & Tushar Agarwal "How Inclusive has Regular Employment been in India? A Dynamic View, The European Journal of Development Research advance online publication, 25 April 2013 "
Sudhir Krishnaswamy "The Supreme Court on 2G: Signal and Noise, Seminar Journal, Issue 642, February 2013"
Ashish Singh & Sarthak Gaurav Television Exposure and Academic Skills of Children:New Findings from India, Journal of Communication Technology and Human Behaviors,Vol. 1 (1), 2013, pg. 1-24
Prachi Gupta, Upasak Das and Ashish Singh Child Disability and Maternal Work Participation: New Evidence from India, Economics Discussion Papers, No 2013-6, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Sudhir Krishnaswamy, Shishir Bail & Rohan Kothari Urban-Rural Incidence of Rape in India: Myths and Social Science Evidence, LGDI Working Pap er No 2013-1
Srikrishna Ayyangar Micro-managing the Odds, The Hindu, November 21, 2012
Ankush Agarwal and Vikas Kumar Number games in Nagaland, The Hindu, July 12, 2012,
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Varsha Iyengar RTE must be extended to minority schools also, The Asian Age, April 29, 2012
Manavi Belgaumkar & Sudhir Krishnaswamy Prafull Goradia v. Union of India, Journal of Indial Law and Society, Dec 2012, Volume 3 (Monsoon), pg 337 
Sudhir Krishnaswamy & Arjun Jayadev "Healthcare Law in the US and the RTE in India- Steps toward Universal Provision of Social Goods, Economic and Political Weekly, September 1, 2012, Vol XLVII No 35 "
Narayana A, Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Vikas Kumar Lokpal Bill: Lessons from the Karnataka Lokayukta's Performance, Economic and Political Weekly, January 7, 2012, Vol XLVII No. 1 
Manavi Belgaumkar and Sudhir Krishnaswamy  Prafull Goradia v. Union of India, Journal of Indial Law and Society, Volume 3 (Monsoon),Dec 15, 2012 
Nafis Hasan (2015), Corruption and Reform in India: Public Services in the Digital Age by Jennifer Bussell. New York: Cambridge University, 2012. 306 pp. $103 (cloth). Governance, 28: 116–117. doi: 10.1111/gove.12134. Available here
Ankush Agrawal and Vikas Kumar Nagaland's Demographic Somersault, LGI Working Paper No 2012-1 
Narayana A, Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Vikas Kumar Lessons for Lokpal, from Lokayukta, The Indian Express, December 22, 2011
Narayana A, Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Vikas Kumar "The Lokpal Bill:What can we learn from the Karnataka Lokayukta's performance", LGI Working Paper No 2011-1

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