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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....
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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...
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...
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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....
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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 Cancer: 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
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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, Transitionalr ..
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