This article is written by Madhur Samriti Sharma, a student of ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad INTRODUCTION We are living in the 21st century where there is the growth of youth, talents, technology, science, education, society, mind-set and various other zones where a human being actively participate, either on his ownContinue Reading

This article is written by Madhur Samriti Sharma, a student of ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad INTRODUCTION The Constitution of India is known as an organic law. It is because it lays down a set of rules and laws which serves as a base for government, corporations, organizations and, citizens ofContinue 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 Aanchal Rawat, a Second Year student of R N Patel Ipcowala School of Law and Justice. INTRODUCTION Directive principles are those principles which the state takes into consideration while making laws. In India, these principles are mentioned in the Indian Constitution under Part -4 fromContinue Reading

This case analysis has been written by Shubham Khandelwal am currently pursuing BBA.LLB from FIMT, IP University. Picture credits to snih.org CITATION: AIR 2014 SC 1863 COURT: Supreme Court of India JUDGES: K S Radhakrishnan and AK Sikri Introduction Public Legal Services Authority v. Association of India is a milestoneContinue Reading

This article has been written by pursuing BBA.LLB from FIMT, IP University. In the below-given article, you’ll get to know the necessary information about “Fundamental Right to Privacy”, its beginning, background and impacts. Picture Credits to iab.com On 24 August 2017, the Supreme Court of India in a memorable judgmentContinue Reading

This article has been written by Chaudhary Nikhat Fatima, currently pursuing Law from Rizvi Law College. Picture Credits to Lawrato.com History has time and again shown that unlimited power in the hands of one person or group in most cases means that others are suppressed or their powers curtailed. TheContinue Reading

This article has been written by Navneet Chandra. Dissent in its literal meaning is an opinion, philosophy or sentiment of non-agreement or opposition to a prevailing idea or policy enforced by a government, political party or other entity or individual in a capacity of contextual authority. A dissenting person mayContinue Reading

This case analysis has been written by Pooja Lakshmi pursuing law at Bennett University Case Number Writ Petition Nos. 4610-4612 & 5068-5079 of 1981 Citation 1986 AIR 180, 1985 SCR Supl. (2) 51 Bench Chandrachud, Y.V. ((Cj), Fazalali, Syed Murtaza, Tulzapurkar, V.D., Reddy, O. Chinnappa (J), Varadarajan, A. (J) DecidedContinue Reading