Difference between Fundamental Rights and Constitutional Rights

Difference between Fundamental Rights, Legal Rights and Constitutional Rights?

Rights are some conditions of an individual’s social life, without the rights, no people can live their life. The major objective of a state behind emphasize rights is to improve the welfare of the people and to protect the conditions in which the advancement of a state’s character. Citizens of any country are entitled to […]

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CUSTODIAL DEATH AND VIOLENCE IN INDIA WITH CASE LAWS

CUSTODIAL DEATH AND VIOLENCE IN INDIA WITH CASE LAWS

CUSTODIAL DEATH- Torture and violence by police in custody have long been a major issue.  Over the years, the number of such incidents has increased in many parts of the world and India.  It is true that the police resort to third-degree methods to obtain confessions and statements from the accused.  Such procedures often result […]

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Child Trafficking

Child Trafficking: Meaning, Types, Reasons and Legal Measures

Trafficking is a horrible crime in the world and child trafficking is one of them. According to a statement by the National Human Rights Commission of India, each year 40,000 children are kidnapped.[1]  Meaning: Child trafficking means any minor person who is unlawfully compelled, transferred, shifted and received by threats, force, and coercion or provoking […]

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Indian Courts: Composition, Structure and Functioning

Indian Courts: Composition, Structure and Functioning

India is a Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic, Republic nation and every citizen regardless of their race, caste, creed, gender, religion are equal under Indian laws. Indian courts specially deal with the judiciary function. The word judiciary is used to appoint those government officers whose function is to assign the existing law to individual lawsuits. 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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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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prime minister of india

PRIME MINISTER OF INDIA

The Prime Minister of India officially the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, is that the leader of the executive branch of the govt of India. The prime minister is that the chief adviser to the President of India and therefore the head of the Union Council of Ministers. they will be a member of any of the 2 houses of the Parliament of India—the Lok Sabha (House […]

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