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Critique of High Court Judgment in the case of Javed v. State of U.P.

The blog is authored by, Vagish Yadav, a fifth-year law student, pursuing his B.A LL.B (Hons.) at Amity Law School Lucknow. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction It will not be out of proportion to say that a species in a million, Bos Taurus, commonly known as Dairy Cow, has been engendering lengthy but… Continue reading Critique of High Court Judgment in the case of Javed v. State of U.P.

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THE FATE OF THE MDS COUNSELLING STILL HANGING; SUPREME COURT SHOULD DECIDE UPON THE VALIDITY OF 10% EWS RESERVATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

The blog is authored by, Rituraj Singh Parmar, a second-year law student, pursuing his B.A LL.B (Hons.) at National Law Institute University, Bhopal. Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction The MDS counselling which generally takes place in the month of March got delayed till September and still, its fate is loitering in the apex… Continue reading THE FATE OF THE MDS COUNSELLING STILL HANGING; SUPREME COURT SHOULD DECIDE UPON THE VALIDITY OF 10% EWS RESERVATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

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The Defence and Security in India- Fictitious or Factual

The blog is authored by, Ritika Sharma, a fourth-year law student, pursuing her B.A LL.B (Hons.) at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) Header Image Credits: Pexels Free Photo Introduction India is surrounded by the mighty Himalayas on the top and with water bodies on the three sides of the land. While the distinct features of… Continue reading The Defence and Security in India- Fictitious or Factual

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Interpretation of Statutes: Critically Analyzing Leading Theories of Denning, Holmes and Cardozo

The blog is authored by, Vedansh Tandon, a fourth year law student, pursuing his B.A LL.B (Hons.) at Symbiosis Law School, Pune. Introduction The interpretation and application of statutes by judges have long been a subject of intense debate and deliberation. On one hand, thinkers and philosophers vehemently oppose the idea of providing arbitrary power… Continue reading Interpretation of Statutes: Critically Analyzing Leading Theories of Denning, Holmes and Cardozo

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Application of the Basic Structure Doctrine to Ordinary Laws of Parliament

The blog is authored by, Pradhyuman Singh, a final year law student, pursuing his B.A LL.B (Hons.) at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Header Picture Credits:- Jagran Rosh PART II Judicial Precedent This post is the second of a 2-part series that enquires into the issue of applying the basic structure doctrine to ordinary laws.… Continue reading Application of the Basic Structure Doctrine to Ordinary Laws of Parliament

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Application of the Basic Structure Doctrine to Ordinary Laws of Parliament (Part-I)

The blog is authored by, Pradhyuman Singh, a final year law student, pursuing his B.A LL.B (Hons.) at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar Header Picture Credits:- Jagran Rosh PART I One of the most important cases in the history of the Supreme Court is Kesavananda Bharti vs. State of Kerala, otherwise known as the Fundamental… Continue reading Application of the Basic Structure Doctrine to Ordinary Laws of Parliament (Part-I)

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LEGALITY OF POPULATION CONTROL IN A CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY: AN ANALYSIS

Header Picture Credits:- World Atlas The government of Uttar Pradesh has recently introduced a draft proposal titled Uttar Pradesh Population (Control, Stabilization and Welfare) Bill, 2021[1] which primarily aims at controlling and stabilizing the population of the state in advancement of its vision for sustainable development with equitable distribution of resources. The proposed bill inter… Continue reading LEGALITY OF POPULATION CONTROL IN A CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY: AN ANALYSIS

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Constitution Benches and Article 145(3): What if no reference is made?

Of all the cases filed in the Supreme Court, the Constitution reserves some to be decided exclusively by benches having five or more judges. Article 145(3) of the Constitution uses imperative language in requiring the setting up of these “Constitution Benches”: “The minimum number of Judges who are to sit for the purpose of deciding… Continue reading Constitution Benches and Article 145(3): What if no reference is made?