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Golden Triangle of Indian Constitution

Indian Constitution In terms of sovereignty, the Constitution of India is the longest written Constitution, having 470 Articles, grouped into 25 Parts, along with 12 Schedules. That sounds like a lot of words, and a lot of laws, and since …

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Role of Judiciary in Federal System of Government

Introduction Depending on the nature of relationship between the Center and units, the governments can be classified into unitary and federal. In a unitary system, all power is bestowed on the Central government. In this kind of system, all powers …

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Reasonable Restrictions on Fundamental Rights

Introduction Fundamental rights are those rights that are conferred upon a citizen and guaranteed to them by the Constitution of India. But, these rights are not absolute. As they say, “absolute power corrupts absolutely”. Hence, such rights are subject to …

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Difference Between Gram Sabha And Gram Panchayat

Background The Indian subcontinent has, from ancient times, witnessed governance at its grassroot level. Evidence from the Vedic period suggests that there existed local self-governing bodies, called ‘sabhas’. As time passed by, these sabhas developed into ‘panchayats’, or a council …

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Special Powers of Rajya Sabha in Indian Constitution

Introduction In order to better reflect and represent India’s diversity, as well as to handle the various difficulties confronting a resurgent country, India chose to implement a parliamentary form of administration. In the previous several decades, India has achieved significant …

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Judicial Activism in India

Introduction The judicial system of any nation plays an important role in upholding and promoting the rights of the citizens. In India, it is an independent body that is unbiased and works within the limit of the Constitution. It interprets …

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