WE NEED IT ! “UNIFORM CIVIL CODE”
In topics like as marriage, divorce, inheritance, and adoption, the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) argues for the creation of a single legislation for India that would apply to all religious sects. The law is based on Article 44 of the Constitution, which states that the state must work to ensure that citizens throughout India have access to a uniform civil code.
DATA AND PRIVACY : REALITY OF RULES!
Social media and also the rise of alternative apace evolving digital technology have created individuals additional connected than ever. Due to the increasing quantity of knowledge that folks volitionally place out there concerning themselves, learning the foremost intimate details of a few people is usually simply a click or 2 away. While the upper side […]
LGBT RIGHTS – ENSURING EQUALITY – VIOLATIONS AND ROLE OF JUDICIARY
LGBT RIGHTS/ THELEGALLOCK. WHAT IS LGBT COMMUNITY AND LGBT RIGHTS? LGBTQ is an acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning. These terms are used to describe a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. LESBIAN: A woman whose enduring physical, romantic, and/or emotional attraction is to other women. Some lesbians may prefer to […]
CAN SHE ENTER ??? : THE SABARIMALA CASE – ANALYSIS
BY-AKANSHA ARORA/THE SABARIMALA CASE/THELEGALLOCK. INTRODUCTION OF SABARIMALA CASE The altercation on the matter of the Sabarimala case had been an alarming topic in recent times and the temple had been in news due to its old practising customs. The temple of Sabarimala is one of the most prominent and popular temples for Hindus, which is […]
Bharti Who Changed the Bharat: The kesavananda Bharati case.
BY-AMAN OJHA, KESAVANANDA BHARATI CASE, THELEGALLOCK Introduction kesavananda Bharati vs State Of Kerala(1973)(1) also known as the fundamental right case. it is considered as one most significant case in the history of the constitution as it defines the doctrine of basic structure of the constitution to protect the interest of both citizens and the parliament […]
BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONSTITUTION: Article 13 !
Article 13, the Doctrine of Basic Structure under Indian Constitution. Article 13 is the key provision as it gives teeth to the FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS and makes them Justiciable, it is a protection and an index of the importance of the part-III of the Indian Constitution. Article 13 (1) “All laws in force in the territory […]
“Is The 24th And 25th Amendment Valid? – Constitution of INDIA
The constitution of INDIA declares INDIA to be a federal nation and India being a federal State, is enshrined with the policy of division of power where the three organs of the government are distinguished from one another. The legislature, the executive, and the judiciary are all independent bodies functioning individually. The Indian Constitution is […]
BILL UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION! What are the TYPES AND PROCEDURE..
Bill under Indian Constitution, Bill is nothing a proposer which is originated by either house of the parliament and send to another house. If they passed or accepted by both the house of parliament i.e. House of people and council of state, it will become an act or a law. But if it is not […]
Appointment of Judges in INDIA.
This is an exhaustive article which deals with the various provisions related to appointment of Judges in INDIA. Composition and Appointment of Judges in India ACC. To Article 124(2), president have power to appoint every judge of the High Court by warrant under his hand and seal on the recommendation of the NJAC (124A). Under […]