Facts Of The Case:
The Janata Party is the largest party in the Karnataka state legislature
to form the Government under the leadership of S.R. BOMMAI. In September,
1988, Janata party an...
The right to freedom of speech and expression is provided under the article
19(1) (a) as fundamental right under part III of the constitution of India,
subject to reasonable restrictions[i]. Th...
The government's primary role in the modern welfare state is to defend and
promote individual rights while also promoting social welfare. But the true
issue occurs when one privilege is revoked...
Section 124-A of The Indian Penal Code has been judiciously used as a tool to
silence dissent, both before and after independence. Despite various
interferences by the courts which attempted to...
Along the years we have witnessed the Indian courts playing a vital role in
asserting women equality. A nation which has been marred by patriarchy in
countless pages of its history has been ab...
In India, abortion is legal in certain situations, as abortion laws in India
for unmarried girls, rape victim, and married women varies.
When you terminate the pregnancy after the prescribe...
Introduction Of The Indian Constitution:
The Constitution of India is the Supreme law in India. It imparts Constitutional
supremacy and not Parliamentary supremacy as it is not created by the
India is a democratic country and freedom of speech is one of our fundamental
rights, but there are certain limitations on free speech like if the speech is
harmful to others or if it threatens...
Legal Services includes providing Free Legal Aid to those weaker sections of
the society who fall within the purview of Section 12 of the Legal Services
Authority Act, 1987.
Free legal aid is...
This article deals with the status quo of the
transgender community in India and laws governing their marriage as compared to
those in other countries.
A transgender person is...