Custodial violence and deaths: Violation of Principle of Rule of Law

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Concept of Rule of Law Rule of Law was originated by the Chief Justice of England: Sir Edward Coke. He said that the king should be under the god and the law, he established the supremacy of ...

Government Privileges Not to Produce Documents

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The increasing uncertainty of a democratic state enhances the government's confidentiality. This adds to administrative violations. Democratic administration needs a fine balancing between the ...

History And Development Of Tribunals In India: A Special Reference To Series ...

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The increasing complexities in the role of the state due to socio-economic changes in the society and the enactments of new laws have increased their work to perform regulatory role. As a resul...

The Cardinal Doctrine of Audi Alteram Partem

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Audi alteram partem (or audiatur et altera pars) is a Latin phrase meaning listen to the other side, or let the other side be heard as well. The second fundamental principle of natural justic...

Separation of powers in India

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In India, a separation of functions rather than of powers is followed. Unlike in the US, in India, the concept of separation of powers is not adhered to strictly. However, a system of checks an...

Elected Government Of Delhi: A Crown Without Jewels

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GNCTD (Amendment) Act 2021The GNCT (Amendment) Bill which has amended the GNCTD Act 1991, after The President gave his assent on 28th March 2021, it has been a controversial topic for the month o...

Judicial Review of Administrative Discretion

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With the abandonment of laissez faire and advent of the modern philosophy of a welfare and social service state, the administrative organ, in practically every democratic country, is performing m...

Constitutionality of Delegated Indian Legislation

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The issue of delegated legislation has been one of the most debated issues in the domain of legal theory because of its various implications. Scholars and Researchers have consistently present...

Critical Analysis of Indian Administrative Law Formation

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Due to no set area and region, administrative law is an ever-developing doctrinal domain. In the freshly invented and explored age of democracy, the concepts of Indian Administrative Law are e...

National Security Act, 1980

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Since India acquired autonomy in 1947, it has had in power security laws avowedly concerned not with ordinary wrongdoing, but rather with acts that apparently present further, additionally suff...