Equality Before The Law: Right To Equality [Articles 14-18

What are rights to equality? Right to equality is a reflection of the high aspirations as enshrined in the Preamble of the Indian Constitution. The words “…JUSTICE, social, economic and … Read More

Repugnancy between Centre and State Laws: Constitutional Law Notes

Repugnancy Between Centre And State Laws Federalism limits every action of the government and splits power between centre and the state. The basic principle of the Indian constitution is that … Read More

The State Executive- Governor: Constitutional Law Notes

The State Executive- Governor: Government at the State is the same as that for the Union, that is, a Parliamentary system. The head of the states is called the Governor, … Read More

Union Legislature Council Of Ministers: Constitutional Law Notes

Union Legislature Council Of Ministers: The word ‘Parliament‘ is derived from the French word ‘Parler’ which means ‘to talk‘. The term connotes a place where people sit and discuss national … Read More

Directive Principles Of State Policy (DPSP) : Constitutional Law Notes

Introduction Directive Principles Of State Policy (DPSP) : Part IV of the Constitution of Indian contains Directive Principles of State Policy which extends from Articles 36 to 51 (both inclusive). … Read More

Cultural And Educational Rights (Article 29-30): Constitutional Law Notes

Cultural And Educational Rights: India, being a diverse country with a myriad of ethnic backgrounds, religious influence and varied sub- cultures, also have minority groups. Articles 29 to 30 of … Read More

Article 13 Laws Inconsistent With or In Derogation Of The Fundamental Rights

All laws in force in the territory of India immediately before the commencement of this Constitution, in so far as they are inconsistent with the provisions of this Part, shall, … Read More

Article 12 : Definition Of State: Constitution Law Notes

Article 12 – Definition Of State: In this Part, unless the context otherwise requires, “the State’’ includes the Government and Parliament of India and the Government and the Legislature of … Read More

Right To Freedom [Article 19-22]: Constitutional Law Notes

Right To Freedom: Personal liberty is the most important of all fundamental rights. Articles 19 to 22 deal with different aspects of this basic right. The rights guaranteed under Article … Read More

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