Mihir Rajamane


Mihir Rajamane is currently pursuing a degree in BA (Jurisprudence) from the University of Oxford. He is interested in law and public policy, and their role in providing material benefit to people.



Welfare as a Human Right: An Intersectional Approach to Trans Rights in India

April 12, 2022

In this article, published by the Oxford Human Rights Hub, Mansi Singh, and Mihir Rajamane explore the need to accommodate welfare in judicial analysis of LGBTQ+ rights, by acknowledging close intersections between queer identities and identities of caste, disability and class.

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How Karnataka took the lead in horizontal reservations for transgender persons

September 29, 2021

In this article published by news9live.com, Jayna Kothari and Mihir Rajamane discuss the recent order by the Karnataka Government for providing 1% horizontal reservation for transgender persons.

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India Can’t Keep Citing the Pandemic to Deprive Children of Education

August 13, 2021

In this article published by The Wire, Ritambhara Singh and Mihir Rajamane  question the Government of India for not implementing the Right to Education Act 2009 and National Education Policy 2020 in the wake of current pandemic.

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Horizontal Reservations for Transgender Persons : Taking Intersectionality Forward

August 21, 2021

  The Karnataka State Government has become the first state to provide 1% reservation for…

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CLPR | Trans Law Quarterly | Issue III & IV

July 8, 2021

It has been a year since the first Lockdown in March 2020 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Yet things seem far from over, not just with this virus but that we still continue to suffer the effects of those months we were isolated and distanced – not just in our well being but in our capacities to gather, to protest, to create the world we need to live in.

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Acid Attack Survivors: Implementing Their Right to Dignity

March 18, 2021

The Supreme Court has consistently held that the State has an obligation towards acid attack survivors and given elaborate judgements for compensation to be provided. However, the principles of equality and dignity are rarely realised for them in practice. This post focuses on their right to seek monetary compensation and also recognized as persons with disabilities. 

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