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Was The Introduction Of DPSP Into India's Constitution Really Significant?

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India's Constitution is the world's longest written constitution of any independent country. The Indian Constitution, on the other hand, is known as a jumble of borrowings due to its numerous o...

Differences And Overlapping Of Contempt Of Court And Freedom Of Speech And Ex...

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Judiciary has been blessed with the attorney of delivering punishments in case of any contempt and this practice has proved to be a vital weapon in resisting any form of interference with the a...

Essentials of customary law in light of modern practice and judicial interpre...

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In practically all communities, custom plays a significant role in regulating human behaviour. It is, in reality, one of the earliest sources of legal authority. However, as society progresses,...

Law and Morality: Relationship including Critical Analysis

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To understand the relationship between Law and Morality, it is first necessary to understand what the terms Law and Morality mean. Law is not something that can be read and taken literally. The...

Trail Courts Have Duty To Safe Guard Fundamental Rights

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It is irrefutable fact that every democratic country is regulated by Law. Law provides rights to the citizens and those rights can be bifurcated into two categories i.e. Fundamental Rights and ...

The Wise Constitution: Supreme Court's Interpretation of the Due Process of Law

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The drafters of the Indian Constitution conducted a detailed study of various constitutions, existing in different countries of the world, to give India, the damnedest and the largest constitut...

Atheism And Indian Constitution

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India is declared to be secular country. Every body is independent to practice his or his religious faith or belief in Indian Republic. This was the basic difference between India and Pakistan,...

Doctrine of Harmonious Construction In The Interpretation Of Statutes

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"No law or ordinance is mightier than understanding." - Plato Every individual living in a society understands the value of law. Law may be understood as a tool to keep the society peaceful an...

Doctrine of Territorial Nexus

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The term federalism means the division of powers between the centre and state. It is a very complex mechanism though it is the very purpose for which a federal state is formed includes the dist...

Popular Sovereignty And The Indian Constitution

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The principle of popular sovereignty denotes that the source of governmental power or the sovereignty lies with the people. The concept of the social contract is the base of this principle as i...