May 18, 2022

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Secularism under the Constitution According to Justice Ahmadi

India can rightly be described as the world's most heterogeneous society. It is a country with a rich heritage. Several ...
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Is India a federation?- Here is what Justice Ahmadi said in bommai case

India, as the Preamble proclaims, is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic. It promises liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith ...
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What was the legal process of Integration of States into Indian dominion?

In the era before 1947 the term "State" applied to a political community occupying a territory in India of defined ...
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The History of Relations between Crown and Indian Princely States from 1773 to 1949

The beginning- When a company came just for trade As is well known to all students of history the achievement ...
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The Independence Act that gave the power to instrument of accession

Princely states were merged to Union of India through an ‘Instrument of accession’ accepted by each ruler. Therefore, in the ...
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The background story of privy purse case 

The case of privy purse considered as one of the most important cases where court upheld the rights of rulers ...
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What privileges were given to princely states through Merger Agreements?

When the Constitution came British Crown paramountcy had already lapsed. The Indian Princely States were able to make several reservations ...
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The history of British Crown Paramountcy in Indian perspective

The question of British Paramountcy and after that President paramountcy came before the supreme court to consider in privy purse ...
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When Rulers of Madhya Bharat area created a United State after Indian Independence

Before the promulgation of Indian Constitution and after Indian Independence, there were certain reservations, particularly in regard to any future ...
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New Methods devised by the supreme court to protect Fundamental Rights

Part III of Constitution of India gives various fundamental right to the citizens of India but these rights will not ...
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The Meaning of Epistolary Jurisdiction

The Court also held in S.P. Gupta's case as also in the People's Union for Democratic Rights and Ors. v ...
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M.C. Mehta v. Union of India- Shriram Food and Fertilizer case

The case of shirram Food and Fertilizer is considered as one of the most important cases in environmental laws. Shriram ...
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The rule of Rylands v. Fletcher and its application in India

The rule in Rylands v. Fletcher was evolved in the year 1866 and it provides that a person who for ...
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Development of Article 12- The Horizon of ‘other authority’ under Article 12.

3 SCR 377 the supreme Court was called upon to consider whether the Rajasthan Electricity Board was an 'authority' within ...
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Daniel latifi v. Union of India- A Complete Analysis

After the Shah bano case[1], in which the supreme court allowed to divorced muslim women to ask for maintenance even ...
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Mohd. Ahmad Khan v. Shah Bano Begum- A Complete Analysis

The case of Mohd. Ahmed Khan vs Shah Bano Begum[2], is considered that landmark case not only in Constitutional history ...
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The Entire Story of Shah Bano Case

The case of Mohd. Ahmed Khan vs Shah Bano Begum[1], is considered that landmark case not only in Constitutional history ...
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The legal Meaning of Kethuba

In Jewish law, it is customary for the husband to execute before the nuptials an obligation in writing termed "Kethuba" ...
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Jediism: how Star Wars created a brand new religion?

Last year in lockdown when I watched “Star Wars” whole movie series first time, I didn’t think that the Jedi ...
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When 11-years-old Helen Keller was accused of Plagiarism

Plagiarism is a vice. It actually plagues many lives with stress, headache and terror to write anything again. There are ...
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