Siddharth Acharya

Siddharth Acharya is an advocate practising in Supreme Court of India and National Company Law Tribunal. He is a lawyer by profession but a documentary film-maker and writer by passion. Siddharth has done some commendable documentary films on Jammu and Kashmir like The Abandoned Cranes on Kashmiri Pandits and Article 35 a and Unspoken Catastrophe on plight of West Pak refugees.

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Assam’s NRC vs Jammu and Kashmir’s PRC: Drawing parallel among distinct laws and acknowledging the ‘liberal’ double-standard

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