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Kesavananda Bharati vs. State of Kerala

Introduction The case of Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala is perhaps the most well-known constitutional decision of the Supreme Court of India. While ruling that there is no implied limitation on the powers of Parliament to amend the Constitution,… Continue Reading →

Case Comment: Maneka Gandhi vs Union of India

Introduction The case of Maneka Gandhi vs Union of India is considered as a landmark judgement due to its significant role towards the transformation of the judicial view on Article 21 of the Constitution of India that further let to… Continue Reading →

Case Comment: State of Madhya Pradesh vs Madan Lal

Dilution or outright waiver of punishment if a rapist offers to marry his victim is an extra-legal step, one that is not written into law anywhere. But it continues to be entertained because the internalization of stigmatization is wide-spread, and… Continue Reading →

7 Landmark Court Cases That Changed The Laws In India

Indian legal system is often under great scrutiny by media and public, in general. The judges and courts are often blamed for things like wrong, biased judgements and verdicts, corruptions etc. The legal system in any country has many loopholes,… Continue Reading →

The Infamous 2G Spectrum

Introduction The 2G Spectrum Scandal, one of the biggest financial scams of the contemporary era, involved the alleged corrupt sale of telecommunications bandwidth to selected organisations at prices that understated the real market value of the asset in 2008. The… Continue Reading →

Case Comment: I.C. Golak Nath And Ors. vs State of Punjab And Anr. on 27 February 1967

Introduction Golak Nath vs State of Punjab, or simply the Golak Nath case, was a 1967 Indian Supreme Court landmark case, in which the Court ruled that Parliament could not curtail or limit any of the Fundamental Rights in the… Continue Reading →

5 #SupremeCourt #Judgments on Indian #EvidenceAct, 1872

The Indian Evidence Act, originally passed in India by the Imperial Legislative Council in 1872, during the British Raj, contains a set of rules and allied issues governing admissibility of evidence in the Indian courts of law. The enactment and… Continue Reading →

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