Thursday, December 28, 2006

ARTICLES ON VARIOUS ISSUES ON THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

Constitutional Background
The constitution was passed by the Constituent Assembly on 26 Nov 1949 and is fully applicable since 26 Jan 1950...

Supreme Court the Final Pedestal of Justice:
A law may be defined as an assemblage of signs, declarative of a volition, conceived or adopted by the sovereign in a stage...


Constitution-Judicial Democracy:
Judiciary is that branch of government that interprets the laws or says what the laws mean & democracy means a form of government...

Doctrine Of Basic Structure (Constitutional Law):
It is very difficult to state a single and accurate definition of the term ? has different connotations for different people.....

Racism - Society's Cancer:
Racism refers to beliefs, practices, and institutions that negatively discriminate against people based on their perceived or ascribed
race....

Dual Citizenship:
The status of being a citizen of a specific nation state, signifies a person's legal status and carries with it numerous consequences....

Writ Of Habeas Corpus For Securing Liberty:
The concept of writ essentially originated in England & to issue appropriate writ was
always considered to be a prerogative of the crown.....

Nature Of The Indian Constitution: Judicial Exposition:
The Constitution of India is not an end but a means to an end, not mere democracy as a political project but a socio-juridical...

Doctrine Of Constitutional Tort:
Under the English Common Law the maxim was "The King can do no wrong" and therefore, the King was not liable for...

Right to die- " To be or not to be?"
The care of human life and happiness and not their destruction is the first and only legitimate object of good governance...

Sustainable Development and Indian Judiciary:
Right to wholesome environment is a fundamental right protected under Article 21 of the Constitution of India...

Austianinan Concept Of Sovereignty:
Austin places the notion of sovereignty at the basis of his theory of law. Austin borrowed from...

Legality Of Foreign JudgmentsThe article/paper aims to study the binding nature of the foreign judgments i.e. judgments given by the courts in foreign countries and
the scope and object of section 13 of C.P.C.
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