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Powers of Indian President and Its Abuse

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Since 1950, India has come under presidential ship of several reputed personalities and now we are at our 14th President, Ram Nath Kovind The president being the head of the nation and First Ci...

Administrative Direction

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A state being a humongous entity comprised of various elements and notions, is circumstantially dynamic and it is quite challenging to deal with such changing scenarios and exigencies. India b...

The Economic Reservation Bill: A Political sham under the garb of Public Policy

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The Union Cabinet recently announced 10% economic reservations to the general category (or the “upper caste”). According to this bill, those who earn less than Rs. 8 lakhs per annum, have l...

The need for review of the caste based reservation system in India

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This article discusses about the need to revise the current reservation policy in India. Our Constitution ensures equity and fairness of chance to every one and so it turns into an obligation ...

Health as a part of Fundamental Right under Article 21: A pursuit by India

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Historical Background and Jurisprudence of Right to Health Right to health refers to and mean the most attainable levels of health that every human being is entitled to. Health has been much reg...

Death Penalty and Human Right

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An eye for an eye will make the whole world is blind - Mahatma Gandhi Now recent day This debate has been going in the society that whether Death penalty should be abolished or not ? Whether...

Freedom of Religion and Sabrimala Judgement (2018)

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Mankind, since time immemorial, has been searching for explanation or justification to substantiate a point of view that hurts humanity. The theoretical human values remain on paper. Historical...

The Relevance of Positivism In Culturally Plural India Society

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Legal positivism is one of the most influential school of thought in jurisprudence which developed in the West, especially Britain. Their basic aim is to understand law as it actually is and ho...

Powers, Functions And Limitations of Legislative Organs

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Law is the body of principles recognised and applied by the State in the administration of justice.-Sir John Salmond Law has its different forms. It may be through the acts of the legislative bo...

Article 14 Equality before law

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Article 14 of the Indian Constitution - Equality before law:- Article 14 of the Indian constitution of India provides that the state shall not deny to any person Equality before the law or the e...