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Model of the Constitution in the context of Indian Democracy

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Democracy, the dream for many, achievement of some and past talks for few. As we all know that India is a democratic country and its democracy is based on democratic federalism. After Independe...

Critical Analysis Of The Maratha Reservation Case

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Reservation has always remained a very contentious, debatable and very sensitive issue in India. India has a very long history vis-à-vis reservation. After we got Independence, State of Madras ...

Critical Analysis Of Reservation Policy In India

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Before one gets into the when, what or how of the reservation policies of the largest democracy in theworld, one must understand the why of the concept.Hindu society is divided into four varna,...

Article 21 Of The Constitution

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The characterization of human dignity can be very well linked with law and morality. Consequently, associations between the rule of law and human dignity take steps to create the only disarray ...

Fundamental Duties In India: Article 51(A)

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Our country India has the lengthiest written constitution in the world. In this, the rights of every person are kept in mind. However, the three organs of the State cannot make this country se...

103rd Amendment To The Constitution: Are Reservations On The Grounds Of Econo...

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he 103rd Constitution Amendment Act introducing special measures and reservations for ‘economically weaker sections’ (EWS) has been viewed as clearly unconstitutional. This article is sceptical...

Can We Reserve For The Ones Who Deserve?

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Reservation a system, that has a prolonged historical background and reasons for its existence. It was created for the adequate representation and upliftment of the backward and marginalized se...

Localised Protectionism In Private Sector Is A Flawed Idea

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Affirmative action, a tool introduced to bring the most economically and educationally backward sections at par with the rest of the population, has now at the hands of the populist governments t...

Protective Discrimination in Favor of Backward Classes Under the Indian Const...

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The formula that every man to count for one and no one to count for more than one seems to form the heart of the doctrine of equality. The assumption therefore is that unless there is sufficien...

Caste Disability Removal Act, 1850

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From the beginning of civilization, religion has been considered as one of the important components of social structure. It has been treated as norm provider to regulate the society and life. When ...