Constitutional Law

Separation of powers

Separation of powers in UK, USA and India– A comparative study

This blog is written by Sneha Singh, a student of LLM in Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This blog deals with Military Actions in cyber security. Introduction “If the legislative and executive authorities are one institution, there will be no freedom. There won’t be any freedom anyway if the judiciary body is separated from the legislature and […]

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Right to Internet under Article 19

Right to Internet under Article 19(Freedom of Speech and Expression)

This article is written by Govind Khandelwal, a student in 2nd year of B.A., LL.B studying at Lovely Professional University, Phagwara. In this article, the Right to the internet and some other aspects of the internet are depicted under freedom of speech and expression. The right to the internet promotes two parts: the positive and

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Indian Councils Act

Indian Councils Act, 1861

This article is written by Ranveer Raj, a student of B.A. LLB (2nd year) in Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This article deals with the Indian council act 1861. It also deals with The Drawbacks of The Indian Councils Act (1861). Indian Councils Act, 1861 – Salient Features The Indian Council Act of 1861 was

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Right to Information Act, 2005

Right to Information Act, 2005

The right to information is like the protective shield of a democratic government. This right is necessary for the proper functioning of democratic mechanisms. The right to information is an integral part of freedom of speech and opinion as provided for in Article 19(1)(A) of the Constitution and is understood to be the first condition

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Composition of Parliament

Composition of Parliament

This article is written by Shifali, a student of B.A. LLB (2nd year) in Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This article is dealing with the composition of the parliament of India. It also deals with the powers and functions of the parliament of India. The Parliament is the legislative organ of a Union government and

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Independence of Judiciary

Independence of Judiciary

This Blog is written by Pagadala Rajeev, a student of 3rd semester pursuing B.A., LL.B at Lovely Professional University. In this blog, I will discuss the topic “Independence of judiciary”. Meaning of Independence of Judiciary In simple terms, Independence of Judiciary means that- The other organs of the government, i.e., the Executive and Legislature must

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Charter Act, 1853

Charter Act, 1853

This article is written by Kuwar Digvijay Singh, a student of 2nd year of B.A.LLB. studying at Lovely Professional University, Paghwara. In this article, The Charter Acy, 1853 is depicted, along with preventing and reducing it and many other related incidents. The Charter Act of 1853 was passed in the British parliament to renew the

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Right To Privacy

Right To Privacy: An Analysis & brief study of various aspects and its Laws

This blog is written by AYUSHI MAGGON, B.B.A LL.B. (Hons.), 2nd year law student from, school of law, lovely professional university. This article analyses the Right to Privacy and its various aspects with regard to article 21  Indian Constitution “Privacy is not an option it’s a inherent right of individual “ INTRODUCTION It is pretty

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