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Bridging the gap between law and society: Role of NGOs

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The law and the society are being in a unique relationship since the formation of the two. Both act as in a symbiotic relationship, acting as the cause and effect of changes in one another. But...

Ronald Dworkin Theory Of Law

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Ronald Dworkin has based his theory of law on his on-going critique of positivist theories of law, especially the theory developed by Hart in “The Concept of Law”, as Dworkin believed that Hart...

Case comment: Kesavananda Bharati v/s State of Kerala

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Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala[1] is a landmark decision that changed the constitutional history of India for two major reasons. Firstly, when the Golak Nath case incapacitated the Indian...

Judicial Overreach in India

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Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely- Lord Acton. The Constitution of India lays emphasis on independence of the Judiciary. The courts in the country have been assign...

The Constitution Of India: Preamble

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Constitution is the set of rules which tells about the political structure of the country, it is the supreme law of the land that provides convenience as well as regulations for all the citize...

The Right to be Forgotten

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The Right to be Forgotten was recently recognised by the Delhi High Court, which ordered Google and Indian Kanoon to remove a judgement. But what precisely does this right entail, and how does it...

Article 23 Of Constitution Of India

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India being the biggest democracy in the world was also once a place of slavery and exploitation for children and adults. Before the enactment of Constitution of India there were several cases ...

The Underpinning Principles of Constitutional Interpretation In India

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Constitutional interpretation comprehends the methods or strategies available to people attempting to resolve disputes about the meaning or application of the Constitution. The following are...

Racism In India

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This thought that In the 21st century everyone is equal regardless of their gender, caste, creed, race or ethnicity then my friend you are perhaps living in fairy tale. If people living in our so...

Contempt Powers of Indian Courts Don't Measure Up to the Principles of Natura...

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Perhaps the paradigm of an all powerful Judiciary sending down bolts of righteous wrath on a cowering populace needs to be set aside and the emerging complex issues in the arena of criminal conte...