February 5, 2023

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Sri Shankari Prasad Singh Deo vs Union of India- A Complete Analysis

The case of ‘Shankari Prasad Singh deo v. Union of India (1951)’, may be considered as first constitutional landmark case ...
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Kihoto Hollohon v. Zachillhu- A Complete Anyalysis

The case of ‘Kihoto Hollohon v. Zachillhu, (1992)’ is a landmark case in constitutional history of India. It decided the ...
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Is Anti-Defection law right? – Views of Justice M. N. Venkatachaliah

"Legislation may begin where an evil begins". Justice HolmesTweet A political party functions on the strength of shared beliefs. Any ...
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History of Anti-Defection Laws in India

Committee on Defections On December 8, 1967, the Lok Sabha had passed a unanimous Resolution in terms following: "a high-level ...
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Construction of a Constitutional Amendment

A constitutional document outlines only broad and general principles meant to endure and be capable of flexible application to changing ...
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Difference between court and Tribunal according to supreme court

The word "Courts" is used to designate those Tribunals which are set up in an organised State for the administration ...
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The Status of Loksabha Speaker

The office of the Speaker is held in the highest respect and esteem in Parliamentary traditions. The evolution of the ...
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Judicial Power of Lower House

The Indian parliamentary system derived from British parliamentary system. Like, British Parliament, Indian parliament also have power to regulate proceeding ...
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Meaning of ‘Finality Clause’ in Law

Finality' is a good thing but justice is a better.Tweet Finality clause means, a clause in a provision which made ...
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The Power of Loksabha Speaker to disqualify members on Defections

The Robes of the Speaker do change and elevate the man inside.Tweet The ‘52nd Constitutional Amendment Act, 1985’ added the ...
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Every person has right to privacy, even to a woman of easy virtue

Facts of the case A police inspector madhukar Narayan Mardikar, on 13th November, 1965, between 8.15 and 8.45 p.m. allegedly ...
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Independent Thought v. Union of India, (2017)- A detailed analysis

A very important question was before the court in this case, whether sexual intercourse between a man and his wife ...
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Right to bodily integrity and reproductive choice

The right to bodily integrity and the reproductive choice of any woman has been the subject of discussion in quite ...
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Article 15(3) of the Constitution- Origin and Object

Article 15(3) of the Constitution enables and empowers the State to make special provision for the benefit of women and ...
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Summary of legislations to protect the married girl child from abuse

Parliament of India, enacted various legislation to protect the married girl child from abuse and for her safe care. Protection ...
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Bail or Jail?- An analysis by Justice Krishna Iyer

"Bail or jail?"- at the pre-trial or post- conviction stage-belongs to the blurred area of the criminal justice system and ...
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Arrest- Need of balance between individual and collective rights and requirements before arrest

The law of arrest is one of balancing individual rights, liberties and privileges, on the one hand, and individual duties, ...
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K.N.Mehra v. State of Rajhasthan, (1957)- An extraordinary case of aircraft theft

Facts of the case Mehra and Phillips were cadets on training in the Indian Air Force Academy, Jodhpur. The prosecution ...
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The origin of the writ of the Habeas Corpus

The writ of the ‘Habeas Corpus’ means the production of the body before the court. It is a remedy to ...
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Kanu Sanyal vs District Magistrate Darjeeling (1973)- A case on Habeas Corpus

The question that arose in this petition under Article 32 of the Constitution was whether the production of the body ...
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