Home       Top Rated       Submit Article     Advanced Search     FAQ       Contact Us       Lawyers in India       Law Forum     RSS Feeds     

Register your Copyright Online

We offer copyright registration right from your desktop click here for details.

Latest Articles | Articles 2014 | Articles 2013 | Articles 2012 | Articles 2011 | Articles 2010 | Articles 2009 | Articles 2008 | Articles 2007 | Articles 2006 | Articles 2000-05

Search On:Laws in IndiaLawyers Search

Mutual Consent Divorce in Delhi
We provide fast, cost effective and Hassle free solution.
Contact us at Ph no: 9650499965 (Divorce Law Firm Delhi)
File Caveat in Supreme Court
Contact Ph no: +9650499965

Main Categories
 Accident Law
 Animal Laws
 Arbitration
 Aviation Law
 Banking and Finance laws
 Case Laws
 Civil Laws
 Company Law
 Constitutional Law
 Consumer laws
 Contracts laws
 Criminal law
 Drug laws
 Dubai laws
 Educational laws
 Employment / Labour laws
 Environmental Law
 family law
 Gay laws and Third Gender
 Human Rights laws
 Immigration laws
 Insurance / Accident Claim
 Intellectual Property
 International Law
 Juvenile Laws
 Law - lawyers & legal Profession
 Legal Aid and Lok Adalat
 Legal outsourcing
 Media laws
 Medico legal
 Miscellaneous
 Real estate laws
 Right To Information
 Tax Laws
 Torts Law
 Woman Issues
 Workplace Equality & Non-Discrimination
 Yet Another Category

More Options
 Most read articles
 Most rated articles

Subscription
Subscribe now and receive free articles and updates instantly.

Name
Email




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.

Sub Categories:


Total result found : 163
More Pages : 1 [ 2 ] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Article 35A: Necessity but not Charity
Published : December 08, 2015 | Author : Tasaduq | Rating :
Total Views : 2397
Print | Email to friend
 
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.
Read full article


Anti-defection law the challenges
Published : December 06, 2015 | Author : premkagarwal1968 | Rating :
Total Views : 5664
Print | Email to friend
 
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.
Read full article


State Under Indian Constitution
Published : September 29, 2015 | Author : Abhishek Negi | Rating :
Total Views : 11735
Print | Email to friend
 
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
Read full article


Equality in India Social and Political Scenario
Published : September 16, 2015 | Author : gadhre | Rating :
Total Views : 3929
Print | Email to friend
 
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.
Read full article


Effectiveness of Parliamentary Control over Delegated Legislation
Published : September 05, 2015 | Author : legalbharat | Rating :
Total Views : 5277
Print | Email to friend
 
Administrative law is the bye-product of the increasing socio-economic functions of the State and the increased powers of the government.
Read full article


Preventive Detention and Constitution of India - Effect on Human Rights
Published : August 26, 2015 | Author : rudrasin | Rating :
Total Views : 10839
Print | Email to friend
 
Preventive Detention and its effect on the Constituitonal Law of India, how the Citizens rights are affected.
Read full article


Constitutional philosophy of Writs: A detailed analysis
Published : August 18, 2015 | Author : Ramanjeet | Rating :
Total Views : 5568
Print | Email to friend
 
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.
Read full article


Freedom of Religion
Published : August 07, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Unrated
Total Views : 4067
Print | Email to friend
 
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
Read full article


Effectiveness of Parliamentary Control over Delegated Legislation
Published : August 05, 2015 | Author : legalbharat | Rating :
Total Views : 13512
Print | Email to friend
 
Administrative law is the bye-product of the increasing socio-economic functions of the State and the increased powers of the government. Administrative law as a separate branch of legal discipline, especially in India, came to be recognized by the middle of the 20th century.
Read full article


Administrative Law Separation of Powers
Published : August 05, 2015 | Author : gadhre | Rating :
Total Views : 11494
Print | Email to friend
 
The Separation of Powers is a doctrine that has exercised the minds of many peoples. Ancient philosophers, political theories and political scientists, framers of constitutions, judges and academic writers have all had cause to consider the doctrine through the centuries.
Read full article


Memoirs of A Funeral Slave
Published : July 29, 2015 | Author : bhanwaradityajadon | Rating :
Total Views : 1267
Print | Email to friend
 
The Judgment of Aruna Shanbaug as pronounced by the Supreme Court of India and its observation on the Passive Euthanasia and Euthanasia is not an object of medico-legal Research
Read full article


Management of Water and Water Laws In India
Published : July 19, 2015 | Author : gadhre | Unrated
Total Views : 1403
Print | Email to friend
 
Water is a unique substance. It is one of the few materials on the Earth that exists naturally as a solid, liquid or gas. It is not possible for life on earth to exist without water. Scientists estimate that there are over one billion cubic kilometers of water on this earth, which covers nearly three fourth of the earths surface.
Read full article


Audi Alterem Partem Right to fair hearing
Published : July 13, 2015 | Author : Lydia Kerketta | Rating :
Total Views : 18720
Print | Email to friend
 
The importance and understanding the true meaning of Right to Fair Hearing and also deals with the exceptions.
Read full article


Creation of New States
Published : July 10, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
Total Views : 22773
Print | Email to friend
 
Article 3 of Indian Constitution addresses the topic of Formation of new States and alteration of areas, boundaries or names of existing States.
Read full article


Law and Religion
Published : July 01, 2015 | Author : gadhre | Rating :
Total Views : 5116
Print | Email to friend
 
Religion is the very basis of human life which is not just following a belief but it is also a the way of living because the followers of a particular religion follows a definite kind of livelihood and with this moral duty of following certain rules
Read full article


Indian Judicial Approach Regarding Right to Die
Published : June 23, 2015 | Author : drsahanwaz@Legal Service India.com | Rating :
Total Views : 4021
Print | Email to friend
 
The right to die is sometimes associated with the idea that ones body and ones life are ones own, to dispose of as one sees fit. However, there is sometimes deemed to be a legitimate state interest in preventing irrational suicides. The first case in which the issue of right to die was brought before an Indian Court is State v Sanjay Kumar wherein, Delhi High Court criticized section 309 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 as an anachronism and a paradox.
Read full article


Public Interest Litigation - A Critical Evaluation
Published : June 19, 2015 | Author : Manmeet Singh | Rating :
Total Views : 11936
Print | Email to friend
 
Public interest litigation has historically been an innovative judicial procedure for enhancing the social and economic rights of disadvantaged and marginalized groups in India. In recent years, however, a number of criticisms of public interest litigation have emerged, including concerns related to separation of powers, judicial capacity, and inequality. These criticisms have tended to abstraction, and the sheer number of cases has complicated empirical assessments.
Read full article


Judicial Response to the concept of Secularism in India
Published : May 25, 2015 | Author : adilwani | Rating :
Total Views : 7094
Print | Email to friend
 
The aim of this paper is to explore the different manners in which Supreme court of Indiahas dealt with religious conflicts. The first part of this paper analyses the premises on which secularism has been based. The second part explores the legal and religious landscape and the third part deals with litigation surrounding religious issue. The fourth part deals with attitude of Supreme Court and analyses the reasons for the same and the fifth and final part is the conclusion.
Read full article


Three types of emergencies under the Indian Constitution
Published : May 20, 2015 | Author : Malika Chhikara | Rating :
Total Views : 47102
Print | Email to friend
 
There are three types of emergencies under the Indian Constitution namely: National Emergency, Failure of constitutional machinery in states and Financial Emergency
Read full article


Critical Appraisal to the Existing Framework of Freedom of Speech and Expression In India
Published : May 13, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
Total Views : 2981
Print | Email to friend
 
The increasingly complex and elusive media landscape has thrown fresh challenges to an unsettled ecosystem of media policy in India. Advanced communications technologies have fundamentally altered the ways in which information and meanings are delivered, organized and received. These new advancements call into question the efficacy of existing policy approaches to media, including the still-dominant conventional media. The multiple bills introduced in the last decade reveal a fragmented framework shaped as much by the Indian state’s staggered acquiescence to corporate interests as by the entrenched colonial structures of governance aimed at “reining in” the media, or using the technologies for targeted surveillance. Regulatory authority is currently divided between several government departments, even as the Communication Convergence Bill (2001) and Broadcasting Service Regulation Bill (2007) are still far from realizing their stated objective of introducing a comprehensive and coherent policy framework. It is thus one of the most crucial moments for media policy discussions to funnel their energy towards a meaningful debate, since the unsettled character of today’s advanced communication systems is not our burden; it is our chance to act.
Read full article


More Pages : 1 [ 2 ] 3 4 5 6 7 8 9


Welcome!
Please login or register a new free account.

Random Pick
Article 298 provides that the executive power of the Union and of each State shall extend to the carrying on of any trade or business and to the acquisition holding and disposal property and the making of contracts for any purpose.

Statistics
» Total Articles
1479
» Total Authors
4392
» Total Views
18854580
» Total categories
41

Law Forum


Legal Articles

Lawyers in India- Click on a link below for legal Services

lawyers in Chennai
lawyers in Bangalore
lawyers in Hyderabad
lawyers in Cochin
lawyers in Pondicherry
lawyers in Guwahati
lawyers in Nashik

lawyers in Jaipur
lawyers in New Delhi
lawyers in Dimapur
lawyers in Agra
Noida lawyers
lawyers in Siliguri

For Mutual consent Divorce in Delhi

Ph no: 9650499965
For online Copyright Registration

Ph no: 9891244487
Law Articles

lawyers in Delhi
lawyers in Chandigarh
lawyers in Allahabad
lawyers in Lucknow
lawyers in Jodhpur
Faridabad lawyers

lawyers in Mumbai
lawyers in Pune
lawyers in Nagpur
lawyers in Ahmedabad
lawyers in Surat
Ghaziabad lawyers

lawyers in Kolkata
lawyers in Janjgir
lawyers in Rajkot
lawyers in Indore
lawyers in Ludhiana
Gurgaon lawyers

TOP

India's Most Trusted Online law library
Legal Services India is Copyrighted under the Registrar of Copyright Act ( Govt of India) © 2000-2017
 ISBN No: 978-81-928510-1-3