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Constitutional Law
Constitutional law is a body of law dealing with the distribution & exercise of government power. Constitutional laws may often be considered second order rulemaking or rules about making rules to exercise power. It governs the relationships between the judiciary, the legislature & the executive with the bodies under its authority. One of the key tasks of constitutions within this context is to indicate hierarchies & relationships of power.

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Fundamental Right of The Child To Education in Andaman And Nicobar Islands
Published : September 08, 2016 | Author : PRASHANTI UPADHYAY | Rating :
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Children have always been a vulnerable group in society. Their needs are secondary in the agenda of the policy maker, and even when these needs are taken into consideration; it is usually done as a token gesture.
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Transfer Petition in India
Published : August 30, 2016 | Author : PRASHANTI UPADHYAY | Unrated
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An Application for transfer of Suit under Section 25 of the Code of Civil Procedure
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Role of Writs In Administrative Law
Published : July 26, 2016 | Author : Shrimali Mahima | Rating :
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There are five types of Writs- Habeas Corpus, Certorari, Prohibition Mandamus and Quo Warranto Article 32 and 226 of the constitution of India has designed for the enforcement of fundamental rights and for a judicial review of administrative actions, in the form of writs. It is a constitutional remedy available to a person to bring his complaint or grievance against any administrative action to the notice of the court.
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The Importance of Article 370
Published : May 13, 2016 | Author : rajankumar | Rating :
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history and the importance about the article 370, that why we cannot remove article 370.
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Judicial Activism and Judicial Restraint
Published : April 05, 2016 | Author : Abhishek Negi | Unrated
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The concept of Judicial activism is thus the polar opposite of Judicial restraint. Judicial activism and Judicial restraint are the two terms used to describe the philosophy and motivation behind some judicial decision
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Fundamental Duties Under Article 51-A
Published : March 17, 2016 | Author : Prashanti | Rating :
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Fundamental duties have been laid down in the Constitution for the citizens of India. The original Constitution of India, which came into force with effect from January 26, 1950, has a preamble which declares India as a Sovereign Democratic Republic, resting on the four pillars of civilization, viz. Justice, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity.
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Is Preamble a Part of Constitution
Published : March 10, 2016 | Author : Prashanti | Rating :
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The Constitution of India begins with a Preamble. The Preamble contains the ideals, objectives and basic principles of the Constitution. The salient features of the Constitution have evolved directly and indirectly from these objectives which flow from the Preamble.
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Writs In Indian Constitution
Published : March 10, 2016 | Author : Prashanti | Unrated
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Article 226 empowers the High Courts to issue writs in the nature of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, certiorari and quo warranto or any of them for the enforcement of any of the fundamental rights or for any other purpose.
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Secularism and Constitution of India
Published : January 26, 2016 | Author : aniketsml | Rating :
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The Preamble of Indian Constitution aims to constitute India a Sovereign,Socialist,Democratic republic.The terms socialist and secular were added to it by the 42nd amendment.
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The constitution of Nepal
Published : January 14, 2016 | Author : sneha suman 786 | Rating :
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the article mainly focusses on the major highlights of the newly adopted constitution of Nepal
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Constitutional Disability-way forward?
Published : January 08, 2016 | Author : Nidhi Soni | Rating :
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Constitution of India provides the supreme authority to the government to provide a legal framework for smooth functioning of India.
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Harmonious and Beneficial Construction.
Published : December 08, 2015 | Author : arjungupta94 | Rating :
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These are basic rules of Interpretation of law. They follow the principle of statute shall be read as a whole and should confer benefits to the people
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Article 35A: Necessity but not Charity
Published : December 08, 2015 | Author : Tasaduq | Rating :
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Jammu & Kashmir has been claimed by India as an integral part of the Dominion of India based on Instrument of Accession entered by its ruler Maharaja Hari Singh on 26th October 1947 and subsequent ratification of that Instrument by the J&K Constituent Assembly on 5th November 1951.
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Anti-defection law the challenges
Published : December 06, 2015 | Author : premkagarwal1968 | Rating :
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The object of Anti-defection law was to bring down the political defections but due to ever increasing political dishonesty and corruption this law never evolved properly and now the question is that whether achieving the goals of this law is a reality or a myth? Politicians found loopholes in this law and used it for their own benefit. It is high time that a watchdog should be provided to our Parliament and there is a need for our constitutional pundits to revisit the issue to combat the menace of corruption and defection which has eroded the values of democracy.
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State Under Indian Constitution
Published : September 29, 2015 | Author : Abhishek Negi | Rating :
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Part III of the Constitution deals with Fundamental Rights which are the restriction on the power of the legislature, executive and judiciary, that, no one can encroach upon this part. In order to define the scope of these rights and the scope of remedy under Article 32 constitution makers have defined “State” in the beginning
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Equality in India Social and Political Scenario
Published : September 16, 2015 | Author : gadhre | Rating :
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This article is concerned with social and political equality. In its prescriptive usage, ‘equality’ is a loaded and ‘highly contested’ concept. Sociological and economic analyses of equality mainly pose the questions of how inequalities can be determined and measured and what their causes and effects.
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Effectiveness of Parliamentary Control over Delegated Legislation
Published : September 05, 2015 | Author : legalbharat | Rating :
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Administrative law is the bye-product of the increasing socio-economic functions of the State and the increased powers of the government.
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Preventive Detention and Constitution of India - Effect on Human Rights
Published : August 26, 2015 | Author : rudrasin | Rating :
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Preventive Detention and its effect on the Constituitonal Law of India, how the Citizens rights are affected.
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Constitutional philosophy of Writs: A detailed analysis
Published : August 18, 2015 | Author : Ramanjeet | Rating :
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The Constitution of India, under Articles 32 and 226 confers writ jurisdiction on Supreme Court and High Courts, respectively for enforcement/protection of fundamental rights of an Individual.
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Freedom of Religion
Published : August 07, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Unrated
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The 42nd Amendment Act, 1976, has inserted the world Secular in the Preamble. This amendment is intended merely to spell out clearly the concept of secularism in the Constitution. There is no mysticism in the secular character of the State. In India, a Secular State was never considered as an irreligious or atheistic State. It only means that in matters of religion it is neutral. It is the ancient doctrine in India that the State protects all religions but interferes with none
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