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Codification And First Law Commission

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Codification: IntroductionThe literal meaning of codification is: an act or process of reducing to a code or system. From the fifteenth century onwards, the term came to be applied to a more or...

Shreya Singhal v. Union Of India AIR 2015 SC 1523

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Case: Petitioner: Shreya Singhal v/s Respondent: Union Of India Citation: AIR 2015 SC 1523 - Court: Honourable Supreme Court Of India Bench/Judge: Justice J.Rohinton Fali Nariman, Justice J. Chel...

What is Jurisprudence? Nature and Scope of Jurisprudence

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What is Jurisprudence?The word 'jurisprudence' is derived from the Latin word "Jurisprudentia" which is the combination of two terms i.e. 'Juris' means 'legal' and 'prudentia' means '...

5 Types Of Writs In Indian Constitution

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Both the Supreme Court and High Courts have a lot of powers to provide justice and all those powers are provided by The Indian Constitution. And to issue the writs, is one of the most important...

Position Of Governor Under The Indian Constitution

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"There shall be a Governer in each state[1]" it has been confered in Article 153 of our prestigious Indian Constitution, 7th amendment in makes it clear that one person can be appointed as...

Freedom of Religion vs Public Health

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In a recent judgement [1] of the Madras High Court, it was held that the appointment of Archakas must be governed by the Agamas, for temples established based on those scriptures. The Court not...

A Look Into: Public Interest Litigation

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Earlier, the judiciary, including supreme court entertained litigation only from those parties that were affected directly or indirectly by it. It heard and decided case only under its original...

Evolution of Judicial Review in USA

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Research consists in seeing what everyone else has seen, but thinking what no one else has thought.[1] In Marbury V. Madison[2], the doctrine of judicial review was established by Chief Justice...

Theory Of Justice And Its Relevance In Indian Judicial System

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In politics conflicts between proposals for universal, egalitarian welfare systems and demands for more individual freedoms frequently arise. Rawls theory of justice aims to address these confl...

A Critical Glance Into George Berkeley's Philosophy Of Immaterialism

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This research paper will delve into the life of Bishop George Berkeley, an Irish philosopher of the Enlightenment era best well-known for his theory of Immaterialism, a form of Idealism that pl...