Important Amendments to Indian Constitution to (105th)

Important Amendments

Important Amendments to Indian Constitution (105th) Amendments in Indian Constitution are necessary to satisfy the demands of the time. The power to amend the Constitution is mentioned under Article 368 of the Indian Constitution is given to the Parliament. The Important Amendments in Indian Constitution can be made in two ways – By Simple majority … Read more

Cases of Article 21 Indian Constitution with Short explanation

Cases of Article 21 Indian Constitution with Short explanation CLAT PG Judgements

Cases of Article 21 Indian Constitution with Short explanation  Cases of Article 21 Indian Constitution Article 21 reads as:   “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to a procedure established by law.”   According to Bhagwati, J., Article 21 “embodies a constitutional value of supreme importance in a democratic … Read more

Difference between Indian Constitution and American Constitution

Difference between Indian Constitution and American Constitution  Indian Constitution 1. Indian federation is not the result of an agreement between States. 2. There is only one citizenship for both the States and Union. 3. Each State sends M.P.s to the Parliament depending upon the population of the State. 4. There is no principle of quality … Read more

Difference between Indian Constitution and American Constitution

Difference between Indian Constitution and American Constitution

Difference between Indian Constitution and American Constitution                              Indian Constitution 1. Indian federation is not the result of an agreement between States. 2. There is only one citizenship for both the States and Union. 3. Each State sends M.P.s to the Parliament … Read more

Difference Between Money Bill and Finance Bill: Our Legal World

Difference Between Money Bill and Finance Bill

Difference Between Money Bill and Finance Bill Money Bill   Only those financial bills which contain provisions exclusively on matters listed in article 110 of the constitution are called Money Bills. On this basis, a bill is money bill if: It results in imposition, abolition, remission, alteration or regulation of any tax at union or state level … Read more

Overview of Indian Federalism and its Judicial Approach

Overview of Indian Federalism and its Judicial Approach

  Overview of Indian Federalism and its Judicial Approach                                         Indian Federalism and Judicial Approach       Federalism constitutes a complex governmental mechanism for governance of a country. Its has been evolved to bind into one political union … Read more

Privilege against self-Incrimination in INDIA

Article 299

 Privilege against self-Incrimination in INDIA Fundamental Right is the essential human rights of all citizens or person. Fundamental Rights history started from many documents asserting right in different parts of the world, such as, in 1215 Magna Carta, in English Bill of Rights in 1689, after French Revolution Declaration on the Right of Man in … Read more

EMERGENCY PROVISIONS Article 352-360: Our Legal World

EMERGENCY PROVISIONS Article 352-360

EMERGENCY PROVISIONS Article 352-360 The term ’emergency’ may be defined as ‘a difficult situation arising suddenly and demanding immediate action by public authorities under powers specially granted to them by the constitution or otherwise to meet such exigencies’. Dr. Ambedkar claimed that the Indian federation was unique inasmuch as in times of emergency it could … Read more

Privilege against self-Incrimination and Article 20(3) in INDIA

self-Incrimination and Article 20(3) of Indian Constitution

Privilege against self-Incrimination and Article 20(3) in INDIA Fundamental Right is the essential human rights of all citizens or person. Fundamental Right history started from many documents asserting right in different parts of the world, such as, in 1215 Magna Carta, in English Bill of Rights in 1689, after French Revolution Declaration on the Rights … Read more