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How Independent Is Indian Judiciary?

Independence of Indian Judiciary: The Constitution of India establishes an Independent Judiciary, which is a part of the basic structure of the Constitution of India.1 An Independent Judiciary is free from any dominance or control by the other two organs …

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Curfew and Rule of Law – Two Overlapping Concepts

In the modern systems of governance and administration where autocratic and fully autonomous regimes are at a steep decline, the State finds it difficult to have a direct control and unparalleled authority over population which is it’s most important element. …

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All About the Rule of Law

‘Rule of Law’ is a concept of Constitutional jurisprudence and one of the most important principles in modern legal systems. The concept was introduced by Albert Venn Dicey in his book ‘Introduction to the Study of the Law of the …

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Concept Of Rule Of Law With Judicial Precedents

INTRODUCTION The basic purpose of the law is the quest for the Justice which should be administered without fear and favour. As George Gurvitch says, Justice is used in two senses- “faithful realization of the existing laws against any arbitrary …

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Rule of Law Under Indian Constitution

Introduction The bedrock of our democracy is the “Rule of Law” and that means we have to have an independent judiciary, judges who can make decision independent of the political winds that are blowing- Caroline Kennedy The Constitution of India …

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