Tag: Constitutional law

I ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

I ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

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DOCTRINES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

DOCTRINES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

This Article is written by Bushra Malik, student of B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) from Galgotias University. DOCTRINE OF PRECEDENT Meaning & Definition –  A precedent is a rule which is binding to all subordinate Courts and used when deciding the subsequent cases with the same facts and circumstances. When a Court has taken previous decision as

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THE PLEA: DELIVERS THE JUSTICE

THE PLEA: DELIVERS THE JUSTICE

This Article is written by Archana Upadhyay pursuing B.A. LL.B. from Galgotias University. Introduction Justice should be delivered at the doorstep, not only to the Prosecution but also to the Accused, which has been the most essential concern of the Indian legal system. With this view, the Law Commission has made numerous efforts to bring

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Should India be Renamed Bharat?

Should India be Renamed Bharat?

This Article is written by Nishant Singh and Chinmay Kasture from Government Law College, Mumbai (MH). Introduction The politicisation of renaming the country is a part of the social production of our nation. In these modern times, the understanding of the difference between right and wrong, ethical and non-ethical actions, and the recognition of our

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An explanation of Article 226 and 227 of the Indian Constitution

An explanation of Article 226 and 227 of the Indian Constitution

This Article is written by Mridushi Damani student of Hidayatullah National Law University Article 226 of the Indian Constitution  Article 226 of the Indian Constitution establishes the writ jurisdiction of all the High Courts in India to issue orders, directions, writs to any person or authority inclusive of the government, such as the writs of

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