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On June 25, 1975, the President exercised the power conferred in Article 352 of the Constitution because there prevailed a threat to internal disturbances. This day was regarded as the darkest day in the history of the Indian Constitution. This article focuses on the famous dissent of Justice Khanna on the ADM Jabalpur v. Shivkant Shukla case. This article tries to put forward the after-effects of Justice Khanna’s dissent. It also focuses on why Justice Khanna’s dissent is relevant even today.
Education is an important tool for overall development of human being. Education not only helps in gaining employment but also helps in gaining respect for themselves in the society full of competition. The article focuses on Right to Education Act, 2009 and discusses about it in details along with its limitations.
The cattle slaughter laws in India have been a subject of extensive debate. This is probably because of the religious sentiments of different communities attached to these cattle. Nonetheless, the Apex Court has time and again reiterated that the sacrifice of cattle on certain festivals is not an essential part of the religion so as to bring it under the ambit of Fundamental Right to Religion under Article 25 of the Constitution of India. Further, any law imposing a ban on cattle slaughter seeks immunity from the provisions of the Constitution itself. The question remains as to how far this protection can be granted to these laws. In this light, this article analyses the recent Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Bill introduced by the Karnataka government.
India witness this regime of Crown pleasure office till 1947 but however, this concept during the Colonial times, was turned into the “Doctrine of Pleasure” by the Privy Council. This doctrine which was considered unjust during the colonial period was later adopted by the Indian Law Makers and is enshrined in the Indian Constitution. This article encompasses the entire concept of the doctrine.
The executive along with legislature and the judiciary forms one of the three agencies through which the state functions. Emphasizing on the executive powers, the article interpret Article 73 in two folds with its nature and extent.
Occasionally science comes up with discoveries which are so radical, that it creates a gap between the science and the ethics of the society. This article is also related to a topic which creates the same type of controversy. The paper talks about human cloning which is referred to as a human reproductive cloning which produce a genetic copy of the existing person.
The internet network is so large that it touches the lives of every human being and with this increase in the usage of internet the crime rate is also increasing. This main focus of this paper is to provide first hand information to the laymen about the Cyberspace and its linkage with the human rights all over the world. This paper would check the use and misuse of the cyberspace.
The Supreme Court of India is considered to be one of the most powerful judicial bodies across the globe. The Constitution of India, by bestowing upon it several powers, has accorded a very dignified position to the Supreme Court. Article 139-A of the Constitution talks about one such power. Here is a brief overview of the article.
The article basically talks about the 126th Constitutional Amendment Bill, which is now known as The 104th Constitution (Amendment) Act, 2020. It talks about its objective, background, features and the real question if reservation should still be a part of our system.
Every individual has a right to stay healthy and have access to healthcare facilities especially in these trying circumstances. This article tries to explain the key aspects of the right to health and how the right to health was given a place in the Constitution of India. This article further tries to look at the right to health of specific groups of people such as women, children and adolescents, persons with disabilities, migrants and persons living with HIV/AIDS. Lastly, it tries to examine the obligations and responsibilities of the State with respect to the right to health and holding States accountable for the same.