Constitution of India

Article 21 of the Indian Constitution Right to Life

Article 21 of the Indian Constitution: Right to Life

The right to life and individual liberty is guaranteed by Article 21 of the Indian Constitution. It contains three crucial components: life, liberty, and dignity. The meaning of Article 21 has grown throughout time to embrace a range of other components that make human existence meaningful and worthwhile because of increasing judicial activism and respect for individual rights. This article will be going to deal with Article 21 of the Indian Constitution its meaning and its interpretation further, the author will discuss landmark cases related to Article 21 in India.

Types of Writs Under the Indian Constitution

Types Of Writs Under The Indian Constitution

Several authorities have been granted to the Supreme Court and the High Courts, which they employ to deliver justice to the general public. The constitution has given the courts many essential tools and powers, including the ability to grant writs. Through this article, the author will discuss the definition of the writ, writs given under the Indian Constitution, the different kinds of writs, and their definition with case laws further the author will conclude the paper with references.

Constitutional right to internet access in India

The Constitutional right to internet access in India

This article works on introducing the topic “the constitutional right to internet access”. The article focuses on aspects related to rights that cover internet access and areas or jurisdictions regarding the same, the concept and thought behind the same, and the uses and advantages of internet access, etc. The topic will also cover basic information that could be covered under the same and it’s constitutional right associated with it.

Writs under the Constitution

Writs under the Constitution of India: All you need to know

In this article, the writs as provided for under the Constitution of India have been discussed briefly. The article provides an overview of the five writs mentioned under Article 32 and Article 226 of the Constitution: the writs of certiorari, habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, and quo warranto. These writs pave way for the enforcement of rights and compel the authorities to fulfill their requisite duties. The purview and application of the aforementioned writs as developed and stipulated by the Courts have been briefly touched upon by placing reliance on certain case laws for an enhanced understanding of the same.

Doctrine of Territorial Nexus under the Indian Constitution

Doctrine of Territorial Nexus under the Indian Constitution

India is a Federal State which means that there, is a distribution of power between the Centre and the State. The Constitution of India has divided the powers to make sure that the Independence of The Executive and The Judiciary is maintained. Since our country is federal, a dual structure between the Center and the State has been established. The Constitution has granted them the Sovereign Power to be used, as per the guidelines given by it. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land that provides for federalism and also provides how federalism in India has in use. This article explores the meaning, concept, and application of the doctrine of Territorial nexus under the Constitution of India.

Doctrine of Basic Structure under the Indian Constitution

Doctrine of Basic Structure under the Indian Constitution

To reside in any country, especially the one which has the longest written form of the Constitution, it is of utmost necessity for anyone to know the legislation prevalent in the country. This article tries to bring forth the origin of the doctrine of the basic concept in the Constitution of India. It further delves into discussing the several cases which are relevant to this basic concept and the Parliament’s restriction of power to amend these basic features which are essential to the very structure of the Constitution.

The Doctrine of Colourable Legislation under the Indian Constitution

The Doctrine of Colourable Legislation: Indian Constitution

This article sums up everything you need to seek about the Doctrine of Colourable Legislation. The doctrine delimits the jurisdiction between the three organs of the government. The author intends to clear all the doubts regarding how it affects Indian Legislation or the relevance of this doctrine in the Indian Constitution. We will further observe some pertinent case laws which will help us understand the origin as well as the operation of the doctrine.