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REPUBLIC DAY 2016

HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY

Constitution of complex country came into force
To run this religious region laws brought source
We are celebrating document’s adaptation day
Waiting for nature to send us very first fresh ray

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Happy Republic Day India – yet again…

Happy Republic Day India. Remember it not as yet another opportunity for Amazon and Flipkart to slash their prices, but as the day when ‘We the People’ defined our very humanity and quintessential Indianness – by giving ourselves a sublimely inclusive Constitution. 528 more words

Indian Governance

FACT FOOD #441

The Constitution of India, which came into effect on January 26, 1950 was originally handwritten by Prem Behari Narain Raizada and can be found at the Library of the Parliament of India enclosed in a special helium-filled case. 100 more words

Fact Food

DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION

In the last article “The Power Booster for Citizens in a Democracy” we discussed the utility and importance of Directive Principles. Now let us see the Directive Principles given under the Indian Constitution. 1,645 more words

Legal Awareness

Juvenile Justice Bill 2015

This is a bill to replace the Juvenile Justice Act of 2000 which was enacted to implement the mandate of Convention on Child rights which enjoined upon state parties not to treat juvenile offenders (person below 18 years) as adults. 181 more words

Exam Prep

Rights of Death Convicts & Guidelines for disposing Mercy Petitions

Extracts from the judgment delivered by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India

Shatrugan Chauhan v. Union of India

This Judgment relates to the rights of death convicts and the procedure for disposing off mercy petitions; 1,430 more words

My Take...

It’s Constitution of India, not Constitution of Indira - K.N. Bhat

“Recorded history shows that the Constitution, framing of which was completed on November 26, 1949, and which came into force on January 26, 1950, was mercilessly “defamed and defiled” by successive Congress governments through amendments. 1,186 more words

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