A comparative study on the right to privacy in India and USA

A comparative study on the right to privacy in India and USA

This blog is written by Manika Jamatia, a student of LLM in Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This blog deals with A comparative study on the right to privacy in India and USA. Introduction The right to privacy is a fundamental right that is enshrined in both the Indian Constitution and the US Constitution. The …

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Powers of President and Governor

Powers of President and Governor

This article is written by Mananjot Singh, a student of Lovely Professional University. He has written this article on the Powers of the President and governor. The President of Asian country: Powers and responsibilities The President of the Republic of India is the pinnacle of state and also the supreme commander of the Indian Armed …

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Indian Council Act, 1909

Indian Council Act, 1909

This article is written by Parveen Kaur, 2nd year Student, lovely professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This article deals with a detailed explanation of Indian Council Act 1909. Introduction The British government in India passed the Indian Councils Act in 1909 as a step toward involving Indians in administration. It is also known as the Morley-Minto …

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

Separation of powers

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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Establishment of East India Company

Robert Clive, 1st Baron Clive, became the first British Governor of Bengal.

BACKGROUND The BEIC, sometimes referred to as “John Company”, was a joint-stock company which was granted an English Royal Charter by ELIZABETH I on December 31, 1600, with the intention of favouring trade privileges in India. The Royal Charter effectively gave the newly created Honourable East India Company (HEIC) a 21-year monopoly on all trade …

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Military Actions in the Cyber Security

The Military Actions in The Cyber Security

This blog is written by Sunanda Shukla, a student of LLM in Lovely Professional University, Phagwara (Punjab). This blog deals with Military Actions in cyber security. Introduction Cyber systems have the eventuality to overcome any system controlled by Software. The military’s service’s primary mission is to provide security to all citizens. In India, military technology …

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

Right to Internet under Article 19

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, 1861

Indian Councils Act

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 Freedom of Speech and Expression

Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression

Freedom of Speech and expression means the right to express one’s own opinions freely through speech, writing, printing, pictures or any other mode. In India, under Article 19(1), the Constitution of India guarantees all its citizens the right to freedom of speech and expression. However, this freedom is not absolute and under Article 19(2) reasonable …

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