Administrative Tribunals In India

India is the largest democracy in the world. It is governed by the Constitution of India (1950) (hereinafter referred to as the “Constitution”), which is also referred to as the grundnorm. In order to ensure smooth functioning, the power of …

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Doctrine of Prospective Overruling

Introduction Right from the 18th-century, the concept of Stare decisis enrooted in precedent has been maintained over time as a feature that exalted our legal system. It was pioneered and developed in the British Court of law to fulfill inadequacies …

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All About Gender Justice

Introduction The Constitution of India is made under the basic foundation of social justice and one of the factor ingredients is gender justice, which can also be termed for human rights for women, children’s and third gender. The Universal Declaration …

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Doctrine of Colourable Legislation

Introduction One of the bedrock concepts of the Indian Constitution that enroot and reinforce the doctrine of colourable legislation is federalism. It is worth recalling that federalism is the system of government driven by the two fundamental principles viz. Separation …

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10 Landmark Judgments That Changed India

Introduction Hundreds of judgments are handed down every day, but only a few stand out, such as the Keshavananda Bharati case, Maneka Gandhi case, or Olga Tellis case, which deal with an individual’s fundamental rights. These are branded as ‘landmark …

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