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

ANALYSIS ON SECTION 354 OF IPC

Abstract Section 354 of Indian Penal Code (“IPC”), 1860 deals with assault or criminal force over women with an intent to outrage her modesty in Circumferences where the offender intends to do or knows that it is likely that such actions will have the same result. This piece is a legal research to interpret the … Continue reading ANALYSIS ON SECTION 354 OF IPC

Reformation in the Juvenile Justice Act: A dire cleanse of the public’s cobwebs

Abstract: During the initial years of the ongoing decade, the public was under the conception that several heinous crimes were committed by juveniles and this lead to a wide uproar. The aftermath of which, lead to the formation of the Juvenile Justice(Care and Protection of Children) Act of 2015.[1] The affirmative action taken by  the … Continue reading Reformation in the Juvenile Justice Act: A dire cleanse of the public’s cobwebs

Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution

Abstract The Constitution of India is the supreme law for the jurisdiction of India. It outlines essential political standards, systems, rehearses, rights, forces, and obligations of the legislature. It was received on the 26th of November, in the year 1949 by the Constituent Assembly. However, it came to impact on the 26th of January, 1950. … Continue reading Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution

CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY-JOURNEY AND CHALLENGES

ABSTRACT The Constitution of India took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days from December 1946 to December 1949 to get fully drafted with a total expenditure of 6.4 million INR. During this duration the draft of Indian Constitution was discussed and debated clause by clause in the Constituent Assembly of India. the Assembly held 11 … Continue reading CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY-JOURNEY AND CHALLENGES

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

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

ABSTRACT The concept of ‘Uniform Civil Code’ is based on the timeless and universal principle of equality before the law. Thus, UCC means one law and one nation. No distinction between majority and minority community. Equal rights and same laws for all in all civil matter and discrimination against none. Article 44 of the Constitution of … Continue reading UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

Arrest and Attachment Before Judgement (ORDER XXXVIII)

ABSTRACT The arrest and detention of the debtor 's judgment in a civil prison is one of the modes of execution of the decree. The holder of the decree has the right of selecting a method to execute the decree and usually cannot compel a tribunal to impose a specific mode of implementation in the … Continue reading Arrest and Attachment Before Judgement (ORDER XXXVIII)

ILLEGAL SEARCH AND SEIZURE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

ABSTRACT Search and seizure is a procedure under both civil law and criminal law in which the police or other authorities and their agents commence a search of a person’s property and confiscate any relevant evidence found in connection to the crime. The search and seizure are practised to gain sufficient evidence to ensure the … Continue reading ILLEGAL SEARCH AND SEIZURE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES