All about the 105th Amendment Act of the Indian Constitution and its Impacts Contents 1. Introduction 2. Reservation for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) 3. Impact on Education and Employment 4. Disagreements and Criticisms 5. Transformation of the Socioeconomic System 6. Implications for the Future and Problems Introduction to the 105th Amendment Act The Indian Constitution’s 105th Amendment Act, officially known as the Constitution (One Hundred and FifthRead More

Amendment of Article 370 – A Constitutional History Contents 1. Introduction 2. Genesis of Article 370 3. Article 370 and Constitutional Provisions 4. Special Status and Autonomy 5. Evolution of Article 370 6. Legal and Political Debates 7. The Revocation of Article 370 8. Implications and Controversies 9. Constitutional and Legal Validity 10. Future of Jammu and Kashmir 11. Conclusion Introduction TheRead More

A comparative study of Articles 15, 29 & 30 of the Indian Constitution Contents 1. Introduction 2. Article 15 of the Indian Constitution 3. Significance and Challenges of Article 29 in the Indian Constitution 4. Realm of Educational Autonomy under Article 30 5. Diverse Perspectives and Common Goals of Articles 15, 29, and 30 in the Indian Constitution 6. Intersectional Application of Minority Rights in Indian EducationRead More

Suspension vs Dismissal – Understanding the Dimensions of the Indian Parliamentary System Contents 1. Introduction 2. What is Suspension? 3. What is Dismissal? 4. Decoding the Differences between Suspension and Dismissal in the Indian Parliament 5. Legal Statutes Involving Suspension and Dismissal 6. Case Laws 7. Conclusion Introduction To be known as the World’s Largest and Fastest Growing Democracy isn’t as easy as it seems toRead More

A Legal take on Safeguards of Liberty in India Contents 1. Introduction 2. Safeguard Of Liberty 3. Essential elements in Safeguards of Liberty 4. Safeguards the protected liberty of Indian citizens 5. Right in Safeguard of Liberty 6. Landmark Judgment 7. Conclusion “Without freedom of thought, there can be no such thing as wisdom – and no such thing as public liberty withoutRead More

Laxmi Kant Pandey v. Union of India Contents 1. FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY 2. ISSUES RAISED 3. LAWS RELATED 4. ANALYSIS 5. CONCLUSION CITATION 1984 AIR 469 DATE 6/02/1984. FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY Background of the case Laxmi Kant Pandey, an advocate practising in the Supreme Court of India, wrote a letter in the form of a complaint regarding various welfareRead More

Applicability of Fundamental Rights to the Constitution in Light of Article 368 Contents 1. Introduction 2. Constant Turbulence Between Article 13 and Article 368 3. The Parliament’s Comeback 4. The Conflict Between the Judiciary and Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi: 39th Amendment 5. The Contextual Constitution 6. Conclusion The Preamble, which is incorporated into the basic structure of the Constitution, demonstrates the relevance of Article 368[1]Read More

A.K. Gopalan v. The State of Madras

Year 1950 Citation AIR 1950 SC 27 Court The Supreme Court of India Bench Harilal Kania (C.J.), Justice M. Patanjali Sastri, Justice Mehr Chand Mahajan, Justice B.K. Mukherjee and Justice Sudhi Rajan Das, Justice Fazal Ali Saiyid. Introduction A.K. Gopalan was the political opponent of the government. He filed the writ petition of habeas corpus.Read More

UNDERSTANDING THE CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY Contents 1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. Constitutional Theory in Different Countries 4. Constitutional Theory in the Indian Context 5. Background of Formation of the Constitution 6. Salient features of the Indian constitution 7. Conclusion Abstract This article aims to present an overview of Constitutional Theory, its types, and its evolution over the period ofRead More


{This article is written by Prashant Prasad, a second-year law student from University Law College. This article intends to describe the role of parliamentary privileges in safeguarding the interest of members of the house.} Introduction  The Parliament holds one vital position in a country and is responsible for the legislation of laws. It’s a placeRead More