Right to Speedy Trial

ABSTRACT The preamble of the Indian Constitution states that India is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic and Republic country which provide Justice, Liberty and Equality to all its citizens. Justice means providing relief to a person with whom something wrong …

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Article 14 of Indian Constitution

In words of Granville Austin (Constitutional Historian), Indian Constitution is essentially a social document. [1] Thus, this means that the Constitution of India does not only provide a framework of governance, but also goals and purposes that can bring social …

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Human Rights and Fundamental Rights

It was during the French Revolution of 1789 that ideas of equality and liberty started taking concrete shape. It was considered that all humans, irrespective of any condition, possessed some inherent rights by virtue of being born human. All human …

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Discrimination (Article 15 and 16)

Article 15: Article 15 is one of the fundamental rights given under Part III of the Constitution of India. Article 15(1) prohibits the state to discriminate against any citizen on the basis of religion, sex, caste, race, or place of …

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Judiciary – Harbinger Of Human Rights

INTRODUCTION Rights of human beings today occupy the top most slots in priority, nationally and internationally, over other issues. With the growing tendencies of technologies and arbitrary and abuse of power, the very survival of human beings is under great …

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Fundamental Rights – Meaning And Concept

“All the world‘s stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and entrances;And one man in his time plays many parts.” The famous English Poet William Shakespeare has highlighted the beautiful role played by men and women …

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Prisoner’s Rights Vs Fundamental Rights

“In our world, prisons are still laboratories of torture, warehouses in which human commodities are sadistically kept and where spectrums of inmates range from drift wood juveniles to heroic dissenters”–Justice V. R Krishna Iyer The constitution of each and every …

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Judicial Review Under Indian Constitution

INTRODUCTION We all know every country has its own written or unwritten constitution for the governance of its nation. The constitution is a document a legal one in which laws are incorporated and these laws help to run the society. …

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