Doctrine of Double Jeopardy

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The Doctrine of Double Jeopardy as conceptualized and mentioned under Article 20(2) of the Constitution of India, provides that no person shall be prosecuted and punished for the same offence m...

Maneka Gandhi v. UOI: A Natural Law Perspective

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The historic ruling in Maneka Gandhi v. UOI, which postures as a barricade of the Right of Personal Liberty granted by Art. 21 of the Constitution, began when the passport of the petitioner, wa...

Doctrine of Pith and Substance

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In constitutional law, Doctrines holds a very important role even when the doctrines are not mentioned in the constitution directly. Doctrine means a belief or set of beliefs. In law, a doctri...

Doctrine Of Double Jeopardy: Gadget For Preserving Criminal Justice System

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The doctrine of double jeopardy is old common phenomena. The doctrine plays a vital role for the protection of integrity of the criminal justice system including precious human rights of the ac...

Doctrine of Reasonable Classification

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Right To Equality Equality is the essence of a democratic country, including that of India and hence the constitution of India guarantees the right to equality and protection of the same. The ...

Legalisation and Regularisation of Prostitution in India

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Slavery still exists, but now it applies to women and its name is prostitution.-Victor Hugo Introduction: In literal meaning, the word prostitution means the practice or business of engagi...

In-Depth Analysis Of Euthanasia

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Article 21 assures every person the right to life and personal liberty. Over the years it has come to light that the concept of Right to Life under Article 21 does not merely imply a physical rig...

Doctrine Of Waiver

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An individual exercises certain rights that are conferred upon him either by the Constitution, statute or a contract.  A Right can be defined as an interest or a claim which give...

Doctrine of Reasonable Classification

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Right To Equality Equality is the essence of a democratic country, including that of India and hence the constitution of India guarantees the right to equality and protection of the same. The ...

Doctrine Of Laches: Why Wait?

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The doctrine of latches is a legal defence that may be claimed in the civil matter which states that their has been an unreasonable delay in pursuing the claim which has prevented the defendant...