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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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Critical Appraisal to the Existing Framework of Freedom of Speech and Expression In India
Published : May 13, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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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.
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Autochthonous nature of the Constitution of India
Published : May 13, 2015 | Author : rupam | Rating :
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Autochthony is a word that rarely surfaces in everyday English, but it is a synonym for native or indigenous. It is most often used in anthropology, biology and related sciences, but is also used in law
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Understanding of the term Decree, Order, Judgment and Mesne Profit
Published : April 18, 2015 | Author : schoudhary | Rating :
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Essential terms for properly understanding Civil Procedure Code 1908 explained
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Res Sub Judice, Res Judicata and Constructive Res Judicata
Published : April 16, 2015 | Author : schoudhary | Rating :
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Recognized principle of avoiding multiplicity of suits under Code of Civil Procedure 1908
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Fundamental Duties under the Constitution as Legally Enforceable Duties under Different Statutes
Published : March 22, 2015 | Author : Mohit.Daulatani | Rating :
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A detailed study of the Fundamental Duties in our Constitution and how these duties got its place in the Constitution. Whether these are are legally enforceable.
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Emergency Provisions: Effects and Impact.
Published : February 26, 2015 | Author : Pallavi Verma | Rating :
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The proclamation of emergency is a very serious matter as it disturbs the normal fabric of the Constitution and adversely affects the rights of the people. This Article analyses the constitutional fabric of Emergency provisions along with its effect and impact, when an emergency is proclaimed.
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The Doctrine of Frustration Challenges the Validity of the Fundamental Principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda
Published : October 31, 2014 | Author : Arpita Majumdar | Rating :
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This Article argues that the applicability of the fundamental principle of Pacta Sunt Servanda in Contract Law is limited by the 'Doctrine of Frustration'.
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State Liability on Administrative Action reference to Civil Rights in India
Published : September 13, 2014 | Author : mskhairnar | Rating :
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state liability on administrative action
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Constitutionalism
Published : August 31, 2014 | Author : kiruthikadhanapal@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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Constitutionalism has a variety of meanings. Most generally, it is "a complex of ideas, attitudes, and patterns of behavior elaborating the principle that the authority of government derives from and is limited by a body of fundamental law"
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Right To Equality- A Fundamental Right
Published : July 29, 2014 | Author : uma | Rating :
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It relates to Article-14, A Fundamental right of our Indian Constitution.
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Constitutional Validity of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act
Published : July 25, 2014 | Author : kiruthikadhanapal@legalserviceindia.com | Rating :
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Around 1840, the then British Government started giving up administration of temples. They asked some of the prominent mutts in Tamil Nadu to look after some of the important temples and endowments.
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Justice Delayed is Justice Denied
Published : July 07, 2014 | Author : Shwetha Vasudevan | Rating :
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Judicial delays are inordinate that poor litigants never see the light of justice in their lifetime. This article seeks to analyze causes and solution to ensure speedy justice.
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contemporanea exposito est optima et fortissinia in lege
Published : June 06, 2014 | Author : elbepeter | Rating :
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Contemporanea expositio est optima et fortissinia in lege: meaning Contemporaneous exposition is the best and strongest in law. It is said that the best exposition of a statute or any other document is that which it has received from contemporary authority.
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Right to Sleep and it
Published : May 27, 2014 | Author : ananyapratapsingh | Rating :
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Right to sleep is a fundamental Right under Article 21 of the Indian Constitution and is subject to protection by the Court.
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Just because someone is poor, the State cannot allow him to die Delhi HC landmark Judgment
Published : April 18, 2014 | Author : Umang Raj | Rating :
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The concern that comes up for consideration in the Case was whether a minor child born to parents belonging to economically weaker section of the society suffering from a chronic and rare disease, gaucher, is entitled to free medical treatment costing about rupees six lakhs per month especially when the healing is known, diagnosis is good and there is every likelihood of petitioner leading a normal life.
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The Application of Natural Justice while Discharging Administrative Actions
Published : March 03, 2014 | Author : Neethi Chacko | Rating :
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This article tries to draw upon the extent to which authorities are bound to follow the principles of natural justice while exercising administrative actions and to distinguish and classify between various administrative actions.
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Doctrine of Pleasure as under the Indian Constitution
Published : February 23, 2014 | Author : Srividya Sastry | Rating :
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This article gives a brief account of how doctrine of pleasure exists under the Indian Constitution.
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Coalition Government and its Impact on Indian Federal Structure
Published : February 22, 2014 | Author : Srividya Sastry | Rating :
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This article speaks about the impact of the coalition government on the how it disturbs the center and state relations in India.
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Right To Privacy Under Article 21 and the Related Conflicts
Published : January 22, 2014 | Author : hinailiyas | Rating :
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Deals with the new dimensions of article 21 i.e. right to privacy and the conflicts related to it.
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Separation of Powers and Its Development with Special Reference to India
Published : January 05, 2014 | Author : Preeti Bhardwaj | Rating :
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The doctrine of separation of powers has emerged in several forms at different periods. Its origin is traceable is Plato and Aristotle, in the 16th and 17th centuries, French philosopher John Bodin and British politician Locke expressed their views about the theory of separation of powers
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