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Right to Religion

Right to Religion

This article is written by Paromita De, B.A.LLB (Hons.) Student of the School of Law, Lovely Professional University, Punjab. This article gives an overview of the fundamental right of freedom of religion guaranteed by the Constitution of India under Article 25 to Article 28. Introduction “India has a great heritage and it is a model for

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Remedies available under article 32 of the constitution of India

Remedies available under article 32 of the constitution of India

As India is celebrating its 75th year of Independence, so it is really very important of its citizen to know the constitutional remedies which are given to them directly through the constitution. The speech given by DR. Ambedkar clearly indicates its unique position in the constitution “if Was asked to name any particular Article in

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Social Discrimination

Social Discrimination

Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic political and social rights and opportunities. Social justice as concerned  arose in the  early  19th century during the industrial  revolution and subsequent civil revolution throughout Europe’s egalitarian societies and remedy social exploitation of   human labour. Early social justice advocates focused primarily on capital property and the

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Freedom of Speech and Expression

Freedom of Speech and Expression

We have specific fundamental privileges as residents of India. Key privileges are Revered in the Indian constitution under Part III. These fundamental freedoms Are central freedoms that we get right from birth. No single individual or State might remove something similar from us. Specifically, there are six central rights: the right to fairness (Articles 14-18),

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