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Firearms Laws In India

In India, citizens are not allowed to carry firearms unless they have justified reasons to convince authorities to grant licenses for the use of firearms. It is a privilege for citizens to have licensed firearms after going through constant police …

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Borrowed Features Of Indian Constitution

Introduction The Constitution of India is one of the oldest and the bulkiest constitutions in the world. Indian constitution is a written document prepared by Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, J.P. Kripalani, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, and other prominent personalities …

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Uniform Civil Code: A Judicial Analysis

Introduction The article aims to discuss, present and analyze judicially the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) which is contained as a Directive Principle of State Policy in Article 44 of the Constitution and to present the findings and conclusions thereafter. It …

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Criminalization Of Marital Rape

Introduction According to the dictionary, rape is defined as “a crime in which sexual intercourse is committed without consent, through force, threats, or fearful intimidation”. If having non-consensual sexual intercourse with an unmarried woman is considered to be rape then …

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