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Common Personal Laws

follow link Personal law applies to a certain class or group of people or a particular person, based on the similar religions, faith, and culture. In India, everyone belongs to different caste, religion and have their own faith and belief. Marriage, divorce,… Continue Reading →

Elections in India

go to site India has a parliamentary system governed under the Constitution of India, which states the decentralization of power among central and state government. The head and supreme commander-in-chief for all defense forces India is the President of India. Election commission is… Continue Reading →

Freedom of Religion

India is one of the most diverse nations in terms of religion, it being the birthplace of four major world religions: Jainism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.   Freedom of religion in India is a fundamental right guaranteed by Article 25-28… Continue Reading →

Basic Structure of Constitution

The Constitution of India has stated some basic features that cannot be altered through amendments by Parliament. This is known as BASIC STRUCTURE DOCTRINE. This gives power to Supreme Court to review and repeal the Constitutional amendments and acts enacted… Continue Reading →

Right To Privacy Under Article 21 of The Constitution Of India

INTRODUCTION The fundamental rights which are embodied in the Part III of the Constitution are nothing but the basic rights and protection given to the all the human beings. Its demand started during the British period only as in British… Continue Reading →

GST vis – à – vis Cooperative Federalism

India is the largest democracy in the world with the world’s lengthiest constitution. The constitution is the supreme law of the land and there are few basic structures of the constitution which cannot be amended by the Parliament and federalism… Continue Reading →

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

follow 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 →

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