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Abrogation of Article 370

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History Of Jammu And Kashmir The princely state was created after the First Anglo-Sikh War, when the East India Company, which had annexed the Kashmir Valley, Jammu, Ladakh, and Gilgit-Baltist...

Digital Constitutionalism: Requirement of the Modern Era

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Meaning of Digital ConstitutionalismThe phrase Digital Constitutionalism is a combination of two separate words digital and constitutionalism. The word digital is an adjective representing info...

Role And Approach Of The Judge In The Interpretation Of Statutes

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This research paper focuses on judge role interpretation the provision of statute made by legislature how far can judge go interpreting provision is discussed in this article. It also discuss m...

Protection for Live-in Couples

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The protection of the right to life and liberty is a fundamental promise made by the maker of our constitution to meet the requirements of citizens. The Hon'ble Supreme Court and High Courts ha...

Core Principle Of Right Crime

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The basic precondition for sustainable economic development is rule of law. In societies with a weak system, those that lack the resources for or access to the judiciary are often denied the sa...

Extra-Territorial Legislations: Their Validity

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Generally, the state has the authority to make the laws only to the citizen of the state or to the property that lies in the state. This is the general understanding that how can an authority m...

Review of Article 13

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Fundamental Rights: The concept of human rights has been evolved from French revolution 1789 and natural law philosophers Locke and Rousseau propounded the theory of social compact to preserve t...

Right To Live In Healthy Environment: A Perspective

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Across the global economy, people are seeking for potential solutions of how to establish a health-care option that makes individuals to have regular access to health-care services. We must con...

Death Penalty in India

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Death penalty, also known as Capital punishment, is the sentencing of an accused (offenders) to death after he is convicted by the court of law in a criminal offence. It is awarded in the case ...

Constitution And Legal Aid

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Every community on our planet has its own struggles, among them India. However, the poverty that exists in this country is something that isn't present anywhere else in the world. The majority ...