It’s been an interesting year but the impact of the changes we have experienced is still far into the future. The July 2014 issue of Ensouth did not begin by heralding the dawn of a new era with a new government and a new vision led heroically by a new leader? It didn’t because the structural, cultural and developmental issues that face our society transcend short term governance by a wide margin. If we truly want change – and many of us don’t honestly want change - we as a people need to change. Ensouth’s endeavor is to be this change agent by drawing attention to what needs doing.
In Black Money Ballyhoo, we critique the new Government’s determination to “bring black money back to India”, a point out the basic fallacy on which it is grounded.
In Commercial Common Sense Justice we examine the manner in which the judiciary’s propensity to interfere with commercial contracts and established law in order to dispense what the judge thinks is just inflicts gross injustice on those who approach the courts.
Finally, since we have just criticized the judiciary, in Judging Judges, we ask how far we as a people are within our legal right to criticize judges and their judgments.
We do wish you a very happy new year!
Ranjeev C Dubey