The Fault In Our Speech

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Freedom of speech and expression- A fundamental rightIt is stated in the article 19(1)(a) of the Indian constitution that "all citizens should have the right to freedom of speech and expression" ...

An Analysis of the Schemes of Modernization of Police Forces with special ref...

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The concept of modernization of police is not something which is just a phase or which could be achieved in a limited time frame, rather it is an ever evolving process, more in a country like I...

Accountability of Public Servant

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When we think of this topic there are three words that stand out; Accountability, i.e.: Responsibility, public servant i.e. persons appointed to a specific position by the government for servin...

Section 144 crpc

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What is section 144 of crpc?Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) of 1973 authorises the Executive Magistrate of any state or territory to issue an order to prohibit the assembly of...

Role Of Writs In Administrative Law

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Writs play an important role in the protection of fundamental rights in Indian constitution. Writs guarantee the right to move to Supreme Court in case of infringed right. The award of compe...

Growth of Delegated Legislation in India

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Meaning; Delegation of the Legislative power has been defined as, an act of delegating an authority with the responsibility to act on behalf of the superior, who has given them that power to e...

The Concept of Burden of Proof

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The Indian Evidence Act does not define the term "burden of proof." However, in simple terms, the burden of proof refers to the legal requirement or responsibility of the parties to establish t...

Case Analysis: Jalan Trading Company v/s Mill Mazdoor Union

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Facts of the Case The Payment of Bonus Ordinance 3 of 1965 was promulgated by the President on May 29, 1965, with immediate effect due to the demand for payment of bonus for the years 1961 and...

Excess Administration: Where do the power of authorities end?

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Ever since the advent of time and the modification to the definition and purpose of the term state, the role of the administration viz-a-viz the government has increased to a large extent. The ...

Critical Evaluation of Doctrine of Separation of Power in Indian Context

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In a democracy like India, it is very difficult to establish a precise separation of power, and the function of one branch frequently overlaps with other. India is a quasi-federal country, and ...