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Aadhaar Is Not Mandatory For DBT, Subsidies Or Any Benefits Arising Out Of Consolidated Fund Of India (CFI) Opines Praveen Dalal

If the Parliament passes a money bill that allows Government to “Rape, Loot and Murder Indians”, will you wait for Supreme Court to wake up from its sleep or will you protest and act in self defense: Praveen Dalal. 730 more words

Are you aware of Fundamental Rights?

Fundamental Rights are the basic rights of the people and the charter of rights contained in Part III(Article 12 to 35) of Constitution of India. 2,864 more words

Constitution Of India


Many of the provisions of our constitution has been borrowed from the Government of India Act of 1935 as well as from the constitution of various other countries that includes USSR, France, Japan, Germany and many more. 3,386 more words

Public Administration

Legislation by interpretation

In January 2018, 4 judges of the Supreme Court were in the news for taking a stand against the Chief Justice of India. This was hailed as a challenge to the executive (controlled by BJP), for trying to exert undue influence on other other arms of the government like the judiciary. 766 more words


Creative Role of The Supreme Court of India in Enlarging and Protecting Human Rights | Soli J. Sorabjee

Fundamental Rights occupy pride of place in Part III of the Indian Constitution. They inter-alia comprise constitutional guarantees of equality, freedom of speech and expression, freedom of assembly and association, freedom of movement, freedom to carry on any profession, trade or business, freedom of conscience and religion. 736 more words

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Fundamental Duties

When citizens are given rights, it becomes the duty of the citizens to exercise the rights carefully and responsibly. The Indian constitution not only gives rights to the citizens but also mentions the… 200 more words

Social Science Civics

Our Fundamental Rights

In our country, every citizen enjoys certain rights which give them equality and freedom, and protect them from exploitation. These rights are called Fundamental Rights. 305 more words

Social Science Civics