A person’s right to health is a core human right and is affected by state policy. This right is based on the guiding principles of state policy that are imposed on the states by the drafters of the Constitution Article 21 of the Indian Constitution deals with the right to life and also refers or […]
Written by Anamika pursuing BA., LLB from Lovely Professional University, Phagwara Sleep is an essential ingredient for healthy human lives and well-being. The human body works properly only after certain hours of sleep between 7-9 hours per day. The right to sleep is included in our Indian constitution under Article 21 i.e., the Right to
In the Parshotam Dhingra case, the interpretation of Articles 310 and 311 of the Constitution has been discussed. The case revolved under the Service law section, where the civil servant or permanent servant serving under Union or the State holds the post with given protection and tenure under Article 310 and 311 of the constitution.
This Blog is written by Pagadala Rajeev, a student in 3rd semester pursuing a B.A., LL.B at Lovely Professional University. In this blog, I’m going to discuss “UNTOUCHABILITY”. Introduction Caste is a well-known thing for each of us. Each Indian does have a specific caste. The castes are also further divided into different types. They
Detention under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act In Relation To Right to Life And Personal Liberty: An Analysis
The Unlawful Actions (Prevention) Act came into force on 30th December, 1967 with the aim of to stop illegal terrorist activities that are a threat to the India’ sovereignty and integrity which shall be punished by the authorities. The central government has the authority to designate any of the organization as a terror group or terrorist organization
Judgment of Rupashok hurra vs. Ashok hurra (AIR 2002 SC 1771) Introduction to Article 12: “Definition in this part, unless the context otherwise requires, the State includes the Government and Parliament of India and the Government and the Legislature of each of the States and all local or other authorities within the territory of India
A common man generally views the concept of reservation and the concept of equality as two sides of coin. Having a narrow and inelastic view of non-representational concepts in the interpretation of law might be plague. Thus, the following article will explain the relationship laid down in the State of Kerala v NM Thomas case
Backward and More Backward Classification Bad and Extent of Reservation with Case Analysis under Article 15 (M.R. Balaji Vs State of Mysore)
Equality is one of the foremost objectives of the Indian Constitution. Article 14 of the Indian Constitution talks about equality before the law and equal protection of the law, but the concept of equality in the Indian Constitution is not absolute as there are certainly deprived and suppressed sections in our society, and for the
This article is written by Faisal Ali, a 2nd-year student of Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). this article is dealing with article 29 of the Indian Constitution. Introduction The concept of “minorities” is not defined in the constitution, but a conclusion can be drawn from Article 30(1). Article 30(1) talks about linguistic and religious minorities.
This article is written by Parveen Kaur, 2nd year Student, at Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This article deals with a detailed explanation of Article 15: Discrimination on the basis of caste (Baduan gang rape). Introduction The Indian Constitution guarantees its citizens various fundamental rights and prohibits discrimination based on religion, race, caste, place of