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Filing Of Complaints Against Biased Judges: Procedure

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Complaint in case of a judge cannot be about a poor judgment or order. For that, there is a facility of correction, analysis, or appeal to the higher Judiciary. So, in what circumstances can pe...

An Analysis of Anuradha Bhasin v//s UOI

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Facts Jammu & Kashmir is an Indian territory that shares its borders with Pakistan and has been exposed to the disputes arising between the two countries since forever. On 02.08.2019, a Se...

Is Review/Writ Under Article 226 Maintainable In The High Court After The Dis...

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Whenever a person is aggrieved by the order of the High Court, there is always an option to file a SLP under Article 136 of the Constitution in the Apex Court for due redressal. The success rat...

Doctrine of Judicial Review

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Basic Concept of the Doctrine of Judicial Review:The doctrine of Judicial review is basically the power of the judiciary to decide on the constitutional validity of the acts of the other wings of...

KT Moopil Nair v/s State Of Kerala And Indirect Discrimination

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The author presents a case comment on the judgment of KT Moopil Nair v State of Kerala. He focuses on Article 14 of the Indian Constitution i.e. Right to Equality. He analyzes the judgment deli...

An Analysis On The Doctrine Of Laches

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Every citizen has certain rights and duties that he/she enjoys while living in a state. Legal duties being one of the most important duties to adhere to. The doctrine of laches is a maxim that ...

Pegasus Spyware Threat to Data and Cyber Protection Laws in India

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A spyware is any malicious software designed to enter your computer device, gather your data, and forward it to a third-party without your consent. Pegasus, developed by NSO Group, is perhaps t...

Summary of Navtej Singh Johar v/s Union Of India

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Main Issues: Whether Section 377 of the IPC violated-Right to Equality guaranteed by Article 14 of the Constitution Freedom of Speech and Expression under Article 19 Right to Privacy and Ri...

Anuradha Bhasin v/s Union of India: Case Analysis

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Relevant Sections: Article 19 of the Constitution, Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, Telegraph Act, Section 5 as well as the suspension rules appended to this act. Amerada Bhasi...

Right to Die in Indian Context

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I think those who have a terminal illness and are in great pain should have the right to choose to end their own life, and those that help them should be free from prosecution. ~ Stephen W...