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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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Emergence of Article 31 A, B and C and its validity
Published : January 17, 2013 | Author : Laxman | Rating :
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The Constitution (Forty-Fourth Amendment) Act, 1978, signifies the demise of the fundamental Right to Property. Before 1978, there were mainly two articles to protect private property, Arts. 19(1) (f) and 31, but they were repealed by constitutional amendments, and thus private property was left defenseless...
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Right to Sleep The Apex Courts Lullaby for the People
Published : December 18, 2012 | Author : mohanbrao | Rating :
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Ram Leela Maidan incident has led to a historic judgment thro' suo motu proceedings initiated by the Apex Court of India as a Guarantor of Fundamental Rights in India...
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Changes in Indian legal System with the introduction of Public Interest Litigation
Published : December 16, 2012 | Author : krishnaa | Unrated
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he Supreme Court of India gave all individuals in the country and the newly formed consumer groups or social action groups, an easier access to the law and introduced in their work a broad public interest perspective...
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Judicial Treatment of the Delegation of Legislative Power under the Constitution of India.
Published : December 14, 2012 | Author : rajesh.hittanagi | Unrated
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Delegated legislation and judicial trend in India, The rationale behind the doctrine of separation of power is to prevent despotism. At the same time, it is not possible to adhere to the doctrine strictly...
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Rule of Law in India
Published : December 12, 2012 | Author : Shivaraj S.Huchhanavar | Rating :
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The rule of law is a common aspiration, proclaimed by international organizations and national governments as a pre- condition for acceptable modem governance, but in India...
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Role of Preamble Interpretation with Indian Constitution
Published : December 04, 2012 | Author : Chanduilnu | Rating :
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Role of preamble and its objective , Interpretation with Indian Constitution....
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E-Governance is an archetype of development in developing countries
Published : November 06, 2012 | Author : shashankpathak04 | Rating :
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E-governance is a key for an effective government in developing nations. The developing nations are in a constant struggle with the developed nations to come parallel to them and among...
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Res Judicata in Arbitration
Published : October 15, 2012 | Author : siddhanth | Unrated
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Alternative Dispute Resolution is an attempt to devise machinery which should be capable of providing an alternative to the conventional methods of resolving disputes. In India the origin of Alternative Dispute Resolution can be traced back to the interiors of rural India. Bodies such as the Panchayat, a group of elders and influential persons in a village deciding the dispute between villagers are not uncommon even today...
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Critical Analysis on Reservation Policy in India
Published : October 11, 2012 | Author : Akash Shah | Rating :
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The provisions available in the Constitution of India, based on which orders relating to reservations in services for Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs)...
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Dynamics of Reservation Policy
Published : October 03, 2012 | Author : resham | Rating :
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the policy of reservation in India and promotes an inclusive approach towards growth and progress of the country...
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Whether Indians In Pressing Need For Negative Voting: Analysis of The Concept And Feasibility In India
Published : October 02, 2012 | Author : deeksh | Rating :
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The article basically deals with the contentious issue of negative voting. It one hand tries to evaluate that why there is pressing need for negative voting in India in present times and on another hand also lists some possible loopholes in this right which first need to be plugged in to make this right an efficient one .
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The Public Interest Disclosure and Protection to Persons Making the Disclosures Bill, 2010
Published : September 22, 2012 | Author : gauravsharma | Rating :
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Country success is not only dependent on the economic progress; it should be coupled with effective governance and transparency in the administration of the government. Both Good governance and transparency are inseparable twins which must co-exist together...
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Condescension of Court: A constitution and Criminal perspective
Published : August 26, 2012 | Author : sujay_ilnu | Unrated
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Contempt of Court is not a new concept either to the Judiciary or to the People of India. The Judiciary has, through several of its judgments, has clarified the concept of Contempt of Court and has awarded punishments too.This article is discussing the criminal aspects of the Contempt of Court along with the relevant case laws...
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Interpretation of Statutes - The Purposive Approach
Published : July 30, 2012 | Author : rajat.agarwal | Rating :
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This Article focuses on the most controversial rule of interpretation the doctrine of purposive construction. Whether this rule can be universally applied? How far a court can go in interpreting a statute? Whether they can correctly go behind the motives of the drafters of legislation?
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Electoral reform : An approach to effective democracy
Published : July 02, 2012 | Author : Rishab Garg & Ritwik Sneha | Rating :
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Free and Fair elections constitute the foundation of Democracy which reflects the will of the people. The nature of any particular system of law is a reflection of the spirit of people who evolved it. The Constitution of India preserves the rights of every voter...
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Article 21 - the omnibus article
Published : June 30, 2012 | Author : shivam goel | Rating :
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Broadly speaking, the doctrine of separation of powers has not been expressly provided for in the Constitution of India, the Suprema Lex, but less to say it can be made out from the scheme of the Constitution...
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Right to Free Legal Aid
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The preamble of the Indian constitution basically aims to secure to the people of India justice socio economic and political. His Lordship Justice P.N. Bhagwati aptly stated that legal aid means providing an arrangement in the society which makes the machinery of administration of Justice easily accessible and in reach of those who have to resort to it for enforcement of rights given to them by law...
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Formation of New States In India
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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One of special features of the Union of India is that the union is indestructible but the power conferred on Parliament includes the power to form a new state or union territory by uniting a part of any State or Union territory to other State or Union territory. The identity of States can be altered or even expunged by the Parliament. The Constituent Assembly declined a motion in concluding stages to designate India as Federation of States...
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Guidelines on Arrest of Women & Judicial Officers
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Chapter V of Criminal Procedure Code,1973 deals with Arrest of persons. To know about guidelines to be followed before arrest, it is essential to refer the ruling Joginder Kumar vs State of Utter Pradesh. To know more as to guidelines during arrest, it is necessary to refer the decison D.K.Basu vs State of West Bengal...
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Law And Social Change
Published : June 16, 2012 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The abstract idea of social change evinces dimension of some of the characteristics of a group of people. If any action which affects a group of people who shared values or characteristics can also be said as...
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Our constitution is a document which demarcates limits of various wings of state is the source of power of these arms. It not only provides for separation of power but also keeps a check on such power through various measures embedded in it...

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