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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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Analysis Of Writ Of Mandamus
Published : March 15, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Rating :
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In India Article 32 and 226 of the Constitution gives power to the Supreme Court and High Court to issue writs in case of breach of Fundamental rights of any citizen by the state. By such writs the Judiciary can control the administrative actions and prevent any kind of arbitrary use of power and discretion...
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Position of Fundamental Rights during Emergency
Published : March 15, 2011 | Author : harshit_khare | Rating :
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since ADM jabalpur till today, the situation with reference to the position of FR's during emergency has seen a complete change, this article will the same issue....
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Constitutional Right to Speedy Trial
Published : March 05, 2011 | Author : prateekhanda | Rating :
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Constitutional Right to Speedy Trial, Factors For Pendency Of The Cases, Delay Leads To Mental Anguish, Article 21 Of The Constitution, Reformative Measures, Some measures which could prevent Delay, Justice delayed is justice denied...
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Creamy Layer: The Mandal Commission View
Published : February 13, 2011 | Author : arkodayroy1 | Rating :
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This is an informative article discussing the Mandal Commission, which was set up for identifying the SEBCs in India came out with the recommendation of excluding the Creamy layer out of any reservation scheme for the SEBCs & OBCs. The rationale behind being that caste was not the sole criterion for such classification in the society and it included economic peripherals as well. National Commission for Backward Classes came out with Persons/Sections excluded from reservation which constitute Creamy Layer of the Society. Thus clearing the air of present day uncertainty related to creamy layer exclusion from the schemes of reservation.
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Judicial approach towards departmental bias
Published : January 31, 2011 | Author : saarth1989 | Rating :
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Departmental bias is something which is inherent in the administrative process, and if it is not effectively checked, it may negate the very concept of fairness in the administrative proceeding...
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Prospective Vs. Retrospective
Published : January 23, 2011 | Author : rubyplp | Rating :
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In general every statute is prospective unless it is expressed in the statute that it has retrospective operation. This article lays emphasis on retrospective and retroactive laws in India.....
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Concept of Welfare State and Its Relevance in Indian Scenario
Published : January 17, 2011 | Author : shraddha ojha | Rating :
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this article helps reader to understand the true meaning of welfare state. also give answer to the question whether India is a welfare state or not.
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Revisional Power vis
Published : January 15, 2011 | Author : shriyaj | Rating :
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The revisional jurisdiction of a court is a part and parcel of its appellate jurisdiction. Revisional jurisdiction is one of the modes of exercising powers conferred by the statute on a superior court. Basically and fundamentally, it is the appellate jurisdiction, which is being invoked and exercised in a wider and larger sense...
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The Judicial Pronouncement Of The Preamble Of Indian Constitution
Published : January 15, 2011 | Author : Bhagwati Dan Charan | Rating :
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it is a critical analysis of the judicial pronouncement of the preamble of the constitution of India with the help of some landmark cases...
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Separation of Power in India & USA
Published : December 29, 2010 | Author : prachishah | Rating :
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The separation of powers is a model for the governance of both democratic and federative states. The model was first developed in ancient Greece and came into widespread...
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Reservation & principle of equality
Published : December 28, 2010 | Author : sujay_ilnu | Rating :
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this is about the Indian concept of reservation and how it is related to the concept of equality in constitution of india...
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Sting Operation: Scope & Limitations
Published : December 28, 2010 | Author : shishir shrivastava | Unrated
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Sting is a tool in the hands of every citizen to expose the unauthorized acts prevalent in the society. However there need to be some limitation with due respect to the right of an individual such as privacy...
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Angioplasty of Separation of Powers
Published : December 16, 2010 | Author : sandeep13 | Unrated
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The article is about Judicial Activism and how it is taking up the separation of power in order to make society worth living...
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Protective Discrimination & Tribal Welfare
Published : December 01, 2010 | Author : rahulshrivastava | Rating :
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This article describes the policy of Protective Discrimination or 'reservations', now rampant in India. It further illustrates the history, legality and extent of such reservations as guidelined by the apex court from time to time...
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Right To Information
Published : November 21, 2010 | Author : rahulshrivastava | Unrated
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The Right to Information Act, 2005 (RTI) is a law enacted by the Parliament of India "to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens...
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Should India have a Uniform Civil Code?
Published : October 24, 2010 | Author : Raya Hazarika | Rating :
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The issue of Uniform Civil Code has been debated since the time of Indian independence. This article deals with whether there is a need for India to have a Uniform Civil Code. The country has already suffered a lot in the absence of the UCC and there is thus, an ever-increasing need for the implementation of a uniform code for all.
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Right to Information
Published : October 05, 2010 | Author : mittal_deepesh | Unrated
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India is a democratic country. The head of the country is elected by the people of the country. The Government of the country possesses the authority to work...
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Basic Structure of Constitution - Myth or Reality
Published : September 10, 2010 | Author : suryabhansingh | Rating :
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This Article deals with question that whether the doctrine of Basic Structure is a myth created by hon'ble Supreme Court or a reality. Does Basic Structure consists of just what the hon'ble Supreme Court has held through various case laws...
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Law And Democracy
Published : September 08, 2010 | Author : drpremnath | Rating :
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The evolution of the individual as the ultimate measure of things is a universally accepted standard of democratic society. The development of the individual to its complete potentialities is an old idea appearing in various philosophical systems...
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Protection against Ex-Post Facto Laws
Published : August 05, 2010 | Author : nikitavaidya19 | Unrated
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This article includes meaning , scope and provisions in other countries of ex post facto law and a detailed analysis of article 20(1) of indian constitution...
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