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Landmark Cases on Constitution Amendments>
1. Sankari Prasad Singh v. Union of India,
2. Sajjan Singh v. State of Rajasthan,
3. Golak Nath v.State of Punjab
4. Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala
5. Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Raj Narain
6. Minerva Mills Ltd. v. Union of India
7. L. Chandra Kumar v. Union of India

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Private Defence: Section 96 to 106 of the penal code states the law relating to the right of private defence of person ...

Privilege Against Self - Incrimination: The main provision regarding crime investigation and trial in the Indian Constitution.

Rule of law: For a purposeful rule of law to exist in a society, democracy is required and for a democratic state the prevalence of rule of

Doctrine of Pleasure: Effective and efficient governance is the expectation of every civilized society. This role is performed.

Cooperative Federalsim In India: Historical roots of cooperative federalism to the Mughal Period and goes on to give a panoramic coverage of its dynamic functioning in the Indian Democracy from the 1950s

Scheduled Castes and Tribes Act: The cure is part of the cause in this case; as members of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (SC/STs)

Genocide Under International Criminal Law: Genocide is not a wild beast or a natural disaster. It is mass murder deliberately planned and carried out by individuals

Decriminalization of consensual sex between adults: The Delhi High Court dismissed the Petition in 2004 holding that the

Role Of Writs In The Administrative Law: Administrative law has greatly demarcated the checks, balances and permissible area of an exercise of power, authority and jurisdiction

Right To Die: Constitution is a social document. It is the society in its political aspect. We can't understand its nature

Article 20 (3) Of Constitution of India And Narco Analysis: In any criminal investigation, interrogation of the suspects

Article 21 and Constitutional validity of Right to Die: The Constitution of India provides a long list of fundamental rights

Reservation Policy: The motive of having reservation then was the eagerness to modernize through the promotion of education and industry and maintaining unity among themselves

Domestic Violence Act - Fundamental rights: Domestic violence is sadly a reality in Indian society, a truism. In the Indian patriarchal setup, it became an acceptable practice to abuse women

Amicus Curiae: An Amicus curiae is a friend of the court and are generally those persons who represent the unbiased will and opinion of the society

Article 12: The article deals with scope of Article 12 of the Constitution and how it is changing with innovative decisions

Article 21 Of The Constitution: Indian democracy wedded to rule of law aims not only to protect fundamental rights of its citizens but also to

Political Parties: General elections in May 1996 made the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) the biggest party capturing 161 seats along with
Constitution of Switzerland: The 1874 Constitution has been repealed by public referendum on 18 April 1999 and replaced with a new constitution in force since 1 Jan 2000

Constitution of Iran: The former monarchy and the Constitution of 1906 were abolished by the revolution of February 1979. The 1979 Constitution dates 24 Oct 1979 and is in force since 3 Dec 1979

Constitution of United States: To get a flavour of what is happening in constitutional law in the United States, consider this sampling of links: 
United States Constitution
Declaration of Independence
Bill of Rights

Constitution of United Kingdom
The Magna Carta (1215)
1689: The English Bill of Rights

Constitution of China: The 'Chinese Declaration of Human Rights', a 1979 document of the Chinese Human Rights Alliance, has been published on Democracy Wall on Peking's Tian'anmen Square. It is no official document......  With Brief Ref: to Tibet & Taiwan

Constitution of Russia: Russia is a fascinating example of a country grappling with varying forms of federalism

Hung Parliament: The oxford dictionary defines Hung Parliament as parliament in which no party has clear majority

Article 370: Article 370 of the Indian Constitution - special status to the State of Jammu and Kashmir- long & significant background. Treaty of Amritsar ; Quit Kashmir Movement

Constitutional Background: The constitution was passed by the Constituent Assembly on 26 Nov 1949 and is fully applicable since 26 Jan 1950.

Making Of The Constitution: The Constituent Assembly which had been elected for undivided India and held its first sitting on 9th Dec.1946, re-assembled on the 14th August 1947

Preamble: WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens

Fundamental Duties: A countervailing factor has been introduced by the 42nd amendment Act of 1976, known as the Fundamental Duties

Directive Principles: These Principles are in the nature of instruments of instruction to the govt

Parliament: The Parliament of India consist of The President and two houses....first function of The Parliament is that of providing the Cabinet and holding them responsible.

Victory for Gay Rights in India: In a landmark ruling that could usher in an era of greater freedom for gay men and lesbians in India

A Complete Summary Review: A complete review of the entire Constitution Has been given article wise
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Fundamental Rights: Fundamental Rights, are more elaborate than those of any other existing written Constitutions of the World


Res Ipsa Loquitur with reference to Case Laws: Things speak for itself. Prima facie it appears to be a simple and easy maxim to understand and apply. However it is not as simple as it appears to be

Public Interest Litigation: It is an attempt to analyse the dangerous tendency to convert public interest litigation in to a private or political interest

Office Of Profit: Article 102(1)(a) of the Constitution of India makes the holding of an office of profit by a member of Parliament a ground for

Rule of Law in India & UK: Rule of law is the supreme manifestation of human civilization and culture and is a new ‘lingua franca

Res Judicata: Is a phrase which has been evolved from a Latin maxim, which stand for

Litigation & Delays in India: The word ‘Litigation’ in common parlance is used to refer to a controversy before a law court or simply put a ‘lawsuit'

Freedom of Press: A Free press stands as one of the great interpreters between the Government and the people. To allow it to be fettered

Prosecution of Public Servants: This article deals with the much disputed area of law, wherein the question relates to the appropriate

L. C. Golaknath V. State Of Punjab: In the famous case of Golaknath V. State Of Punjab, in the year 1967 the Court ruled that Parliament

Changing Sovereignty in The Light Of WTO: Sovereignty means the right of the nations to govern them. This concept has fostered

Supreme Court is the final Pedestal for justice: the supreme is the final and the highest authority for which a person ca go for appeal into

Limits Of Judicial Review: Judicial review means the reconsideration of a degree or sentence

Whether Section 377 of IPC Constitutionally Valid: It is humbly submitted that the Part III of the constitution primarily carries the common theme

Constitutionalism - changing paradigm: A constitution is a charter of government deriving its whole authority from the governed

Doctrine of Frustration & Force-Majeure Clause: There is always a sense of confusion when it pertains to Doctrine of Frustration

Judicial Accountability & Separation Of Power: Judiciary Unlimited - an unelected judiciary which is not accountable to anyone except its own temperament has taken over significant powers

Article 370: Article-370 was created with a view that its existence would be temporary

Doctrine of pleasure and its proviso article 311 of Indian Constitution: How these articles regulates the functioning of government servants and what are the remedies available to government..

Right to Information in India: A democratic society survives by accepting new ideas, experimenting with them, and rejecting them if found

Preamble- a Key to Open the Minds of the Framers of the Constitution: The Preamble to a Constitution embodies the fundamental values and the philosophy, on which the Constitution is based,

Supreme Court the Final Pedestal of Justice: A law may be defined as an assemblage of signs, declarative of a volition, conceived or adopted by the sovereign in a stage

Constitution-Judicial Democracy: Judiciary is that branch of government that interprets the laws or says what the laws mean & democracy means a form of government

Doctrine Of Basic Structure (Constitutional Law): It is very difficult to state a single and accurate definition of the term ?law? as it is a general term and has different connotations for different people

Racism - Society’s Cance: Racism refers to beliefs, practices, and institutions that negatively discriminate against people based on their perceived or ascribed race

Dual Citizenship: The status of being a citizen of a specific nation state, signifies a person’s legal status and carries with it numerous consequences

 Writ Of Habeas Corpus For Securing Liberty: The concept of writ essentially originated in England & to issue appropriate writ

Nature Of The Indian Constitution: Judicial Exposition: The Constitution of India is not an end but a means to an end, not mere democracy

Doctrine Of Constitutional Tort: Under the English Common Law the maxim was "The King can do no wrong" and therefore, the King was not liable for

Right to die- " To be or not to be?": The care of human life and happiness and not their destruction is the first and only legitimate object

Sustainable Development and Indian Judiciary: Right to wholesome environment is a fundamental right protected under Article 21 of the

Austianinan Concept of Sovereignty: Austin places the notion of sovereignty at the basis of his theory of law. Austin borrowed from

Legality Of Foreign Judgments: The article/paper aims to study the binding nature of the foreign judgments i.e. judgments

Constitutional Position of Jammu and Kashmir: Under Part XXI of the Constitution of India, which deals with Temporary

Supreme Court is the final Pedestal for justice: the supreme is the final and the highest authority for which a person can go

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