Tag: Constitutional law

I ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

I ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

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DOCTRINE OF INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

DOCTRINE 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 with the same facts and circumstances. When a Court has taken previous decision as a

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PLEA: DELIVERS JUSTICE

PLEA: DELIVERS JUSTICE

This Article is written by Archana Upadhyay pursuing B.A. LL.B. from Galgotias University. The article discusses the origin of Plea Bargaining as a construct, its facets, and its benefits for the prosecution and the Accused. Introduction to Plea Bargaining Justice should be delivered at the doorstep, not only to the Prosecution but also to the

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Should India be Renamed Bharat?

Should India be Renamed Bharat?

This Article on “should India be renamed Bharat?” is written by Nishant Singh and Chinmay Kasture from Government Law College, Mumbai (MH). Introduction The politicization 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

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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 on ” An explanation of Article 226 and 227 of the Indian Constitution” 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

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DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY: A DETAILED ANALYSIS

DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY: A DETAILED ANALYSIS

This Article “DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY: A DETAILED ANALYSIS” is written by Mridushi Damani, a student of Hidayatullah National Law University. The Directive Principles of State Policy, which are also referred to as DPSP, are enumerated in Part IV of the Constitution of India from Articles 36 to Article 51. The framers of the

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