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PROPERTY OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION v. THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA

This post is authored by Kartikey Singh, 2nd year at Rajiv Gandhi National Univesity of Law, Punjab INTRODUCTION The Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP), as per the chief designer of the Indian Constitution, B.R. Ambedkar, ‘have a great value for they lay down that our ideal is economic democracy.’[1] Therefore, the constitutional model is… Continue reading PROPERTY OWNERS’ ASSOCIATION v. THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA

Case analysis: The Secretary, Ministry of Defence v. Babita Puniya

This post is authored by Divya Tiwari 2nd year at Rajiv Gandhi National Univesity of Law, Punjab Case: The Secretary, Ministry of Defence Versus Babita Puniya Civil appeal number 9367-9369 of 2011  Citation: (2020) 7 SCC 469 Bench: Justice Dr. D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice Ajay Rastogi Decided on: February 17, 2020 Breaking the traditional equilibrium… Continue reading Case analysis: The Secretary, Ministry of Defence v. Babita Puniya

Summary of the CCLG Discussion on the Geopolitics of Ukraine Conflict

The blog is authored by,  Mr. Saurav Sarmah, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.  Geopolitics is the study of the interaction between three elements – geographical, historical and political to understand (i) the strengths and weaknesses of nations, (ii) strategies to utilize the strengths and overcome the weaknesses… Continue reading Summary of the CCLG Discussion on the Geopolitics of Ukraine Conflict