RIGHT TO INFORMATION

AN APPROACH TOWARDS GOOD GOVERNANCE: RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT

The right to information gained power when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in 1948 providing everyone with the right to hunt, receive, information, and ideas through any media and irrespective of frontiers. The International Covenant on Civil and Political rights 1966 states that everybody shall have the correct to freedom of expression, […]

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ANALYZING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISLAMIC CRIMINAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

ANALYZING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISLAMIC CRIMINAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

CONCEPT OF CRIME IN ISLAMIC LAW Crime in Islam is someway different from English concept and in Islamic law there is no relaxation for persons who commits crime, whereas under human rights they believe in reform of criminal. Unlike the other criminal systems, where the criminal offences are categorized according to the nature of the […]

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LIMITS AND LIMITATION OF JUDICIAL REVIEW IN INDIA

LIMITS AND LIMITATION OF JUDICIAL REVIEW IN INDIA

Judicial Review means the power of judiciary to review the constitutionality of Acts of Government (Legislature or Executive) and declare whether it is void or not according to the Constitution of a country which is Supreme Land of Law. The concept of Judicial Review was introduced in the case Marbury v Madison[i], which established the […]

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PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY

PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY

In this article we will be discussing the PERSPECTIVES ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY. Environment’s conservation is not the present-day matter, but it has been trouble since the Vedic times. When we look back to the past, the trees, rivers, mountains, animals and land were venerated as the traditional standards in every section of the […]

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free legal aid

Free Legal Aid – Its ignorance can result in injustice!

Our Independence from the Britishers and the establishment of a democracy avails us citizens to uphold our fundamental human rights. One such right is access to justice. Although many face varying constraints and are in the 28% of Indians below the poverty line, or approx. 40-80 million people with disabilities, it is your right to […]

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