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Category: Constitutional Law

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Article 15 of Constitution of India

The  Constitution of India, which speaks to national targets like Democracy, Socialism, Secularism and National Integration, was penned by the representatives of Indians after a broad stretch of dialogues, discussions, and deliberations. The Constitution...

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Removal of Supreme Court and High Court Judges

Introduction Judiciary is an imperative organ of any country holding immense power. Thus we can correctly say that with immense powers come huge responsibilities. Thus the Judiciary is encumbered with a number of responsibilities...

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Freedom of Speech and Expression

“If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter” – George Washington Freedom of Speech and Expression Freedom of Speech is the...

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What is an Ordinance in Indian Law

What is Ordinance in Indian Law Ordinance is defined as an authoritative order in the Oxford dictionary. “A rule established by authority, a permanent rule of action, a law or statute. In a more...

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Fundamental Duties of Indian Citizen

WHAT ARE FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES? The core of the Indian Constitution is held together by the two immovable pillars of Fundamental Rights and the Fundamental Duties. In the Constitution of India, Part III provides Fundamental...

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NALSA v. Union of India

Nalsa v Union of India Case Study Transgender Community was accorded a special and important status. The Hindu mythology, Vedic and Puranic literature recognized them as the third gender and bestowed them great respect....

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Freedom of Press in India

In the current times, the press is called upon to play out an assortment of capacities. Its principal work is to serve news of all depictions with a view to making us comfortable with...

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Contempt of Court in India

What is Contempt of Court? Anything that abridges or impedes the opportunity of cutoff points of the legal procedures should of need bring about hampering of the organization of Law and in meddling with the...