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A Study On: WRIT And Its Types

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WRITWrits are a written order from the Supreme Court or High Court that commands constitutional remedies for Indian Citizens against the violation of their fundamental rights. Article 32 in the...

Article 142 of Indian constitution vis-vis PMLA,2002

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Article-142 Constitution of India: A Double-Edged Sword:Article 142 provides a unique power to the Supreme Court, to do "complete justice" between the parties, where at times law or statute may n...

Indian Federalism: An Analysis Of States' Power To Challenge Central Laws

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There are two commonly observed trends of federalism across countries. Federalism is primarily founded on the principle of "competitive federalism," as viewed in countries such as the...

52nd Constitutional Amendment: A Critical Study

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The 52nd amendment deals with the anti-defection laws. Defection, as per the constitution means to abandon a position or association, often to join an opposing group[1]. This anti-defection law...

The Prohibition Of Child Marriage (Amendment) Bill, 2021: A Critical Analysis

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Child marriage has a significant impact on the Indian economy and can lead to a poverty cycle that lasts generations. Girls and boys who marry as youngsters are more likely to lack the skills, ...

Violation Of Fundamental Rights Of Males As Victims Of Sexual Harassment: An ...

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Sexual harassment is a term that is used to describe all uninvited and unwanted verbal and or physical acts of a sexual nature by a person in authority toward a subordinate.[1] The term 'sexual...

Constitutional Validity of Capital Punishment

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An English Barrister Sir James Stephen has remarked, 'No actual punishment deters an individual from committing crimes than death'. Any secondary punishment has hope even if it is very horrible...

Procedure For Amendment In Constitution Of India

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The amending process in our Constitution of India is envisaged by the makers can be best explained by referring to the observation of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru "that the Constitution should not ...

Bulldozer Justice: In-depth Analysis

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Nowadays, the word "Bulldozer Justice" is on the tongue of everyone in India.  Many questions have been raised on the actions of the government on the minority of the country. Many Indian ...

Comparative Study Between The State And The Union Relation

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In a Federal or Quasi-federal Constitution Legislative and administrative powers are divided between the centre and the state. The division between the centre and the states are in respect of t...