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The state reorganization act of 1956 remains the single most extensive change
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when the seventh amendment act was en...
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Article 370 of the Indian Constitution discusses the special status of the
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incorporated in the Indian P...
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As India is celebrating its 75th year of Independence, so it is really very
important of its citizen to know the constitutional remedies which are given to
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The lawsuit gives a critical analysis of the TMA Pai v/s State Of
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regarding the mi...
Identification of topic
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society consider ...
The Right to Information is guaranteed by the Constitution of India under the
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