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The judgment of the Supreme Court in Shyam Narayan Chouksey vs. UOI (Writ Petition(s) (Civil) No(s). 855/2016) lays down several directions regarding behavioral conduct around the national Anthem. The direction that has caught maximum attention is that “all cinema halls shall play the National...
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Saving India's democracy.
Part I Buildup to Bharati This year marks an unlikely milestone in the history of India’s judiciary. It is the 40th anniversary of both the Emergency and of the review petition that sought to overturn the most famous case in India’s judicial...
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Case summary Title of the case Common Cause v. Union of India Citation Writ Petition (Civil) No.13 of 2003 (Passed on 15th May 2015) Relevant laws The matter involves questions of law related to article 14, 21 & 142 of the...
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Constituent Assembly Photograph
It is trend. In first semester when I was supposed to be studying Torts, I used to feel like reading Public International Law. Then when I was doing a PIL moot I felt like reading landmark Constitutional Law judgements. When it...
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Note: -  I admit to only a passing acquaintance with serious literature, political theory, Indian history and philosophy and I welcome constructive criticism and comment. All conclusions drawn are as a result of my own conjecture, and I could be wrong. Lata Mangeshkar...
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