Nexus Between Law Making And Public Opinion

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The relationship between law and public opinion is complex and multifaceted. Public opinion refers to the views and beliefs held by members of the society, while law refers to the set of rules ...

The Crucial Role of Public Prosecutors in Upholding Law and Order

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In the intricate web of the legal system, there exists a pivotal figure whose responsibilities extend beyond courtroom battles and legal arguments. Public prosecutors, also known as district at...

The Habeas Corpus Dilemma: Dissecting A.D.M Jabalpur v. Shivkant Shukla (1976)

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The following is a brief Case Analysis of the case titled A.D.M Jabalpur v. Shivkant Shukla [(1976) 2 SCC 521]. This case is considered to be a black spot on Indian Judiciary as the verdict is ...

Comparative Analysis On The Separation Of Powers Between India And France

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Separation of powers can be defined in an organization as a "structure where responsibilities, authority, and power are divided equally between different organs rather than being held centrally...

Quo Warranto and Public Accountability: A case study of Rajesh Awasthi v. Nan...

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Administrative law provides for control over the administration by an outside agency, strong enough to prevent injustice to the individual for the effective administration. Due to the governmen...

A Delve Into ED's Power To Arrest In Money-Laundering Cases

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The Prologue: The Directorate of Enforcement or the Enforcement Directorate ("ED") is a multi-disciplinary organization primarily mandated with investigation of offence of money-laundering cas...

Preventive Arrest Under Section 151 CrPC: Use, Misuse and Court Judgments

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Use of Section 151 CrPC:According to Section 151 (1) of the CrPC, a police officer has the authority to arrest a person without a warrant or orders from a Magistrate if they have knowledge of a...

Lokpal And Lokayukta: To Stop The Protector From Becoming The Perpetrator

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In India Corruption is a mark of disgrace that is deeply rooted. There won't be any person who is not aware about corruption. Corruption can be defined as a form of 'dishonesty or criminal offe...

Police Administration In India: A Historical Perspective

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Any society needs peace of mind and conducive circumstances for progress. Disturbed and anarchic societies exhaust all their potential in unworthy things. On the other hand, if they have a sens...

Contours And Implications Of Quasi-Judicial Actions

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Among the three organs of State, the legislature makes law; the executive ensures its enforcement; and the judiciary interprets the law so as to apply it to a given situation. Judiciary also en...