Top 8 Powers of Prime Minister of India

Introduction The Indian government has been divided into three important organs, namely the Executive, The Legislature, and the Judiciary. The head of the Executive is the Prime Minister of the Country, the power vested with the President is advisory with the Union Council of Minister. The PM is also known as “Keystone of the Cabinet […]

Promotion of Hindi Language – Article 351

The article 351 which we are about to deal with has a very important relationship with the union or public at large. Also, the present article is related with lots of controversies, many legal fraternities and other renowned personalities who were of the opinion that the Article 351  is against the fundamental right and the […]

Article 226 of Indian Constitution

Introduction To Article 26 As per the powers conferred under Article 226 of Indian Constitution, High Courts have the power to issue directions, orders, writs to any person or authority or any governmental authorities (in appropriate cases). Fundamental Rights frame the rampart of The Constitution of India. Each of these rights is sacrosanct.  It would […]

The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Third Amendment) Bill, 2017

123 Constitutional amendment bill 123 Constitutional Amendment Bill, 2017 was introduced in Lok Sabha by the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Mr. Thaawarchand Gehlot on April 5, 2017. The Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on April 10, 2017, and was referred to a Select Committee on April 11, 2017. Summary of the […]

Article 26 of Indian Constitution

The hallmark of any democratic state is its ability to ensure that all the people who constitute that State has freedom of conscience so that persons of different faith have the same rights and responsibilities and no discrimination between them exists. Secularism is known as this process of growth of reason, which is the basis […]

Article 29 of the Indian Constitution

Introduction A certain part of the Indian population has remained suppressed since centuries. This differentiation in the population may be created by religion, caste, sex, language, etc. In order to provide aid to the oppressed society, the Drafting Committee had attempted to incorporate some provisions which create positive discrimination with respect to such part of […]

The Constitution – One Hundred and Twenty Fourth Amendment Bill, 2019

The Constitution- One Hundred and Twenty-Fourth Amendment Bill, 2019 was introduced in the Lok Sabha by the Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment, Mr. Thaawarchand Gehlot. It seeks to provide reservations for the advancement of ‘economically weaker sections’ of society. It is a landmark in the history of reservation policy in India, not because it […]

High Courts in India

Introduction The present article is about the superior or supreme court in a state, generally, called the High court. The High Court usually refers to the superior court of a state. India has a cohesive judiciary system as we all know, and the Supreme Court is the apex court situated in New Delhi. The High […]

Average Age to Have Baby in India

The average age of pregnancy in India is 20. In today’s scenario, in Metropolitan cities, where families are small, and women are working full-time, most of the women prefer to get pregnant in their 30s. On the other hand, small cities, and villages in India are still facing the problem of teenage marriage and underage […]

Article 22 of the Constitution of India

Introduction – The Constitution of India has Fundamental Rights not just for ordinary citizens but also for prisoners and the accused who have been charged for some offense. Article 22 is one such Fundamental Right which safeguards the rights of individuals who have been arrested and detained for committing an offense. Fundamental Rights can be […]