The concept of human rights has been evolved from French
revolution 1789 and natural law philosophers Locke and Rousseau
propounded the theory of social compact to preserve t...
Across the global economy, people are seeking for potential solutions of how
to establish a health-care option that makes individuals to have regular access
to health-care services. We must con...
Death penalty, also known as Capital punishment, is the sentencing of an
accused (offenders) to death after he is convicted by the court of law in a
criminal offence. It is awarded in the case ...
Every community on our planet has its own struggles, among them India.
However, the poverty that exists in this country is something that isn't present
anywhere else in the world. The majority ...
The third part of the Constitution (Scheduled Castes) states that:
No person who
professes a religion different from Hindu, Sikh or Buddhist religion shall be
deemed to be a member of Schedule...
The Ultimate power of Judiciary to review and determine validity of a law or an
order may be described as the power of "Judicial Review. Judicial review is the
power of the courts of a co...
The clemency power or the pardoning power of the President of India is a
Constitutional scheme, which is given with the aid and advice of the Council of
Minister. Indian Constitution has not pr...
Sometimes there are two plausible views possible on the conclusions that can
be drawn from facts on the record and the High Court prefers to go by one of the
views, for reasons appealing to it,...
What is Parliament?
A cornerstone of democratic ideals in any representative democracy is
parliament, which serves as a forum for debate on matters of social and civic
importance in any popula...