Vishrut Gupta, Lloyd Law College. This article strives to explain the readers about the Principles of Natural Justice, which is nowhere mentioned in the constitution but used widely in the Indian Law. It also covers the concept of Social Justice briefly. Administrative Law and Natural Justice Administrative Law is aContinue Reading

This article is written by Indra Priyadarshini, a 3rd Year student of Alliance University, Bangalore. This article gives a brief introduction to the Doctrine of Repugnancy under Article 254 of the Indian Constitution INTRODUCTION Article 245 of the Constitution of India empowers the parliament to make laws for the wholeContinue Reading

This article is written by Akhilandeswari Bonam, a student of Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam. INTRODUCTION The Principles of Natural Justice are about protecting the people from abuse of power by government officials. It is an important aspect of Administrative Law. Natural justice means making a sensible and reasonable decision onContinue Reading

This article is written by Gaurav Purohit, a student of Amity University Rajasthan Currently Pursuing BBA LLB. INTRODUCTION The Right to a Fair Trial is perceived universally as a basic human right and nations are needed to respect this principle. Various nations have created various methods of doing this, however payingContinue Reading

This article is written by Shambhavi Shree, a student of KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar (4th year). Nozick’s Theory of Justice Robert Nozick an American political philosopher was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1938. He died of stomach cancer in the year 2002. He introduced in his first bookContinue Reading

This article is written by Akshaya V, a student of CMR University, School of Legal Studies, Bangalore. Synopsis  This article gives a narrow view on working of Indian democracy and separation of powers in the federal system serving as the Preamble of the Constitution, further elaborating on the very topicContinue Reading

This article has been written by Parul Sharma, pursuing BBA LLB from Centre for legal studies Gitarattan International Business School GGSIPU. In this article, she has tried to explain about the Evolution of the Concept of Ombudsman. Meaning of Ombudsman  “Ombudsmen” means “a delegate, agent, officer or commissioner”. A detailedContinue Reading

This article is written by Sharat gopal, studying BA-LLB at Delhi Metropolitan Education, GGSIPU. In this article, he has discussed the concept of ‘Separation of power in India’ and its presence in Indian constitution in form of various provisions. Introduction By hearing the term “separation of power” the first nameContinue Reading

This article has been authored by Ritesha Das of symbiosis Law School Hyderabad. It aims to cover the dimensions of the Lokpal and Lokayukta Act of 2013. Introduction The foundation of the nation has been obliterated by the clouds of corruption, maladministration and malversation. Though several anti-corruption Agencies have beenContinue Reading