Kruthika R

Research Associate

Kruthika graduated with a B.A. (Hons.) LL.B from School of Law, Christ University in 2017.

Kruthika’s research interests include Indian constitutional and political history, constitutional law and civic citizenship.



‘Does the First-Past-the-Post System Still Make Sense for India?’

May 29, 2019

CLPR associate Kruthika R, writes for TheWire about the FPTP electoral system and why it was chosen in the first place. Looking at the arguments for and against the system as opposed to one of proportional representation and transferable votes, she assesses whether they still stand in today’s context. 

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What India of today can learn from constitutional conversations on fraternity

August 31, 2018

This article explores the constituent assembly members’ views on fraternity.

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NCS | Bangalore Chapter | Does India need a National Language?

March 25, 2019

The Bangalore Chapter of the National Constitution Society hosted a film screening and discussion on…

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“The Advocate” | Film Screening & Discussion

January 28, 2019

On Republic Day 2019, the Centre for Law and Policy Research in association with The Students’ Outpost organised a film screening and discussion around “The Advocate” (Part 1), directed by Deepa Dhanraj.

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Call for Vendor 2019 | Maintenance and Development Services

January 15, 2019

CLPR requires maintenance and development services for CADIndia and SCObserver websites as part of the Constitutional and Civic Citizenship Project.

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