Tag: GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Law Notes

Right of private defence under IPC

What is Private Defence under the IPC? Private Defence under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) grants individuals the authority to use necessary force to protect themselves and their property from…

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All you must know about Polygraphy Test

Introduction  Polygraphy is the process which is used in medical practice for comprehensive study of  functioning of different body systems with particular reference to circulation, respiration and  peripheral nervous response….

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What is Doctrine of Colourable Legislation

Introduction The Doctrine of Colourable Legislation is based on the Latin maxim “Quando aliquid prohibetur ex directo, prohibetur et per obliquum,” which states that what cannot be done directly should…

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CONCEPT OF CREAMY LAYER AND SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court stated that economic criteria alone cannot be used to determine what constitutes a “creamy layer.”

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Fast Track Special Courts: Ending the pending?

Fast Track Courts are advisory institutions established to cope with a specific sort of issue, such as advisory courts established to handle with cases that involve sexual harassment or POSCO, for instance.

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Maratha Reservation: The timeline of Events

This was followed by another setback for the Maratha community in 2020, where on the 9th of September, the Supreme Court decided to stay the quota provided to the Maratha community, calling it unconstitutional and saying that this reservation violated the provisions set under Article 14 of the Constitution of India. The Supreme Court further said that till the verdict came out, no further reservation would be provided to the Maratha community, while those who had already availed the reservation benefits in the past would remain unaffected. Ultimately, on the 5th of May, 2021, the Supreme Court once and for all, quashed the provision of reservation for the Marathas, which has become the reason for the recent outrage and hustle.

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Attacks on the Temples in Pakistan and Bangladesh

In the past few days, the miscreants had attacked at least four Hindu temples, some shops and households belonging to the minority community.

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MAHABHARAT AND RAMAYANA TO BE TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS?

The plot and politics of Ramayana and Mahabharata are so interesting, the excitement that it should definitely be taught in schools Instead of teaching English stories and tales which are so hypothetical and seems to be so monotonous and unreal.

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All you must know about the Pegasus case India

“The Forbidden Stories analysis is filled with presumptions and unsourced hypotheses that reflect major questions on the source’ credibility and objectives.

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Assam-Mizoram Border Conflict: Explained

On Saturday, 24 July, the ongoing border dispute was discussed at a meeting presided over by Home Minister Amit Shah, in which the chief ministers of both states were present.

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Fundamental Rights and the Environment

Punjab University, Chandigarh’s Department of Laws coordinated a three-day National Seminar on “Law Towards Environmental Protection” in 1984. The class pulled in 55 participants from all over India.

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KASHMIR AFTER 5-AUGUST 2019

The administration then shocked everybody by announcing that it was abrogating practically completely Article 370, which also includes 35A.

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LEGALITY OF CRYPTOCURRENCY IN INDIA

The government was never against the technology; they intended to prevent the wrong usage of cryptocurrencies and blockchain.

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ALL ABOUT THE INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CODE, 2020

An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to Trade Unions, conditions of employment in industrial establishments or undertaking, investigation

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WE NEED IT! “UNIFORM CIVIL CODE”

The Uniform Civil Code (UCC) argues for the creation of single legislation for India that would apply to all religious sects.

Case Brief, Law Notes

Kesavananda Bharati vs. State of Kerala |Explained Case Brief

Kesavananda Bharati vs State Of Kerala(1973) also known as the fundamental right case. it is considered one of the most significant cases in history.