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Writ of Habeas Corpus: A Guardian of Personal Liberty

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The Writ of Habeas Corpus is a fundamental legal safeguard against arbitrary detention, ensuring that no individual is deprived of liberty without due process of law. This article examines the ...

Supreme Court As The Sentinel Qui Vive: An Analysis

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Since the 17th century, if not earlier, human thinking has been veering round to the theory that man has certain essential, basic, natural and inalienable rights or freedoms and it is the funct...

Writs under Indian Constitution and its jurisdiction in courts

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The term "writ" refers to a written legal order that is formal in nature and is issued by such a body that has administrative or judicial jurisdiction. In today's time, courts are con...

India's Uptake On Reforms In Reproductive Justice

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Each and every individual is constitutionally guaranteed a right to life, under which comes the implicit realm of entailed rights, like the Right to Health for one. The right to health covers q...

Natural Law Theory: An Introduction to the Jurisprudential Principles

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Since ancient times, natural law thought has played an important role in the realms of ethics, politics, and law. Natural law theory's global validity is what makes it so compelling. It is rega...

Article 143 of the Constitution

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Article 143 of the Indian Constitution grants the President the power to consult the Supreme Court. According to Order XLII, Rule 1 of the Supreme Court Rules (2013), upon receiving a reference...

History of Indian Constitution

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The Indian Constitution did not come into being in a single day; rather, it evolved over several decades prior to India's independence in 1947. From its beginnings in the freedom movement, the ...

Freedom of Trade and Commerce: A Constitutional View Point

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On January 26, 1950, the Indian Constitution came into effect, establishing the Republic of India. The Indian Constitution is a written constitution that is the largest in the world. It offers ...

Is A Mother Natural Guardian Of The Child Under Law

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In relation to the constitutionality of legislation, particularly Section 6 of the HMG Act, it is important to recognize that the validity of legislation is presumed. Courts should prioritize r...

Kirpan Is A Constitutional Right Of Sikh

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In India, the Kirpan, a ceremonial sword or dagger carried by baptized Sikhs, is protected under the Constitution of India. Specifically, Article 25 of the Constitution guarantees the freedom o...