Analysis of Doctrine of Basic Structure

Introduction Indian Constitution is considered as one of the voluminous documents in the world. It is neither unbending nor excessively adaptable, and along these lines, it is often criticized. It has an introduction and 470 articles altogether. These Articles include but are not limited to Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy, and citizenship. These … Continue reading Analysis of Doctrine of Basic Structure

DETAILED ANALYSIS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW AND JUDICIAL ACTIVIST

ABSTRACT Thе concеpt of Judiciаl Rеviеw finds its roots in thе judiciаl sеtup of Unitеd Stаtеs of Аmеricа. Thе U.S. Suprеmе Court triеd its bеst to еxplаin thе principlе through thе cаsе of Mаrbury vs. Mаdison. It givеs powеr of dеclаring а lаw аs null аnd void to thе judiciаry, mаdе by thе Stаtе violаting … Continue reading DETAILED ANALYSIS OF JUDICIAL REVIEW AND JUDICIAL ACTIVIST

DETAILED ANALYSIS OF ARTICLE 19 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

ABSTRACT Articles 14, 19 and 21 of our Indian Constitution create a Golden Trinity as they constitute the fundamental principles for the smooth running of the lives of Indian people. This trinity ensures the preservation of the right of a person from being abused by the society. We tried to examine the significance of Article … Continue reading DETAILED ANALYSIS OF ARTICLE 19 OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION

Constitutional Law: Sovereign Immunity

Introduction The sovereign immunity alludes to the way that the government can't be sued without its assent. Sovereign immunity, or crown immunity, is a lawful precept whereby a sovereign or state can't perpetrate a legitimate wrong and is invulnerable to common suit or criminal arraignment, carefully talking in current writings in its own courts. A … Continue reading Constitutional Law: Sovereign Immunity

NATIONAL QUIZ COMPETITION ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW [SECOND EDITION]: REGISTER BY 21st AUGUST, 2020 {DATES EXTENDED}

Lawcutor brings forth an online quiz competition on Constitutional Law (Second Edition) for you to enhance and add on to your existing Constitutional Law. Apply latest by: August 21st, 2020 Who we are? Lawcutor is an online platform which aims to bring global community of Lawyers closer to one another. It deals in all aspects … Continue reading NATIONAL QUIZ COMPETITION ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW [SECOND EDITION]: REGISTER BY 21st AUGUST, 2020 {DATES EXTENDED}

RIGHT TO FREEDOM IN THE TIMES OF COVID

ABSTRACT The Indian Constitution guarantees basic rights to all the citizens of the country irrespective of their caste, race, birthplace, religion, or gender. These basic rights are known as Fundamental Rights. One such Fundamental Right is Right to Freedom which is mentioned under Article 19 to 22 of the Constitution of India. But due to the … Continue reading RIGHT TO FREEDOM IN THE TIMES OF COVID