Constitution (103rd Amendment), Act 2019

The Constitution (103rd Amendment), Act 2019

On January 9, 2019, the Government of India enacted the Constitution (one hundred and third Amendment) Act, to provide an extra 10% reservation cap to the economically weaker section (EWS) of the society in matters related to public employment and admissions in educational institutions. The bill received the presidential assent on 12 January 2019 making […]

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Court imposes cost of Rs 5 lakh

BREAKING- Supreme Court imposes cost of Rs 5 lakh on petitioner seeking ban on sale of soft drinks

The Supreme Court today lashed out at the heavily on a social worker who had moved Supreme Court with a PIL seeking a ban on the sale cold drinks like Coca Cola , Thumbs Up, among others (Umedsinh P Chavda v. Union of India and ors.). The court imposes cost of Rs 5 lakh on the petitioner. The Bench of Honorable Justices DY Chandrachud, […]

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Anti Defection Law

WEBINAR On “Anti Defection Law- Its Intent and Constraints” on 17th June at 11AM: Register Now

ABOUT Lawyers Gyan is organising a webinar on “Anti Defection Law- Its Intent and Constraints”. Lawyers Gyan Invites you for the live Webinar on- Date: 17th June 2020 Time: 11:00 AM Venue: Google Meet Speaker- Mr Vishesh Bhardwaj, Assistant Professor, IIMT College of Law BA.LLB (HONS.) , LLM, PGCCL, UGC-NET (LAW) For Registration- To get […]

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HM Seervai

ESSAY- 24th Annual HM Seervai Essay Competition in Constitutional Law

National Law School of India University, Bangalore invites entries for  24th Annual HM Seervai Essay Competition in Constitutional Law ABOUT- Shri Navroz Seervai, Sr. Advocate, instituted a Gold Medal in the name of the distinguished jurist, late HM Seervai for the best original essay written on the themes specified in Indian Constitutional Law. Over the years […]

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Concept of Fundamental Duties in India

Concept of Fundamental Duties in India

Concept of Fundamental Duties in India Today’s state is a modern state. Earlier, governance was related to the legislation and judiciary. But today, modern government works for the welfare of society along with its primary functions. If government works for our benefits then some obligations also lie on the citizen’s part towards state and society.  […]

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UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

BLOG- NEED FOR A UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

NEED FOR A UNIFORM CIVIL CODE- India is rich in culture, heritage, languages, castes, creed, and religions, and thus different sects of people act differently. The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 governs marriage and divorce among Hindus. Marriage Ceremonies form an essential condition whereas registration is optional. It also covers divorce and maintenance. Succession among Hindus […]

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