Fundamental Rights

  • Financial constraint is not an answer for the constitutional duty-Right to Education Article 21A

    Post Written by : Shivam Kumar Gupta “Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose…

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  • When does the differentiation become unreasonable under Article 14 ?

    Though Article 14 prohibits discrimination but it does not prohibit discrimination based on reasonable classification. What is prohibited is unreasonable…

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  • Whether judicial order can violate Article 21 of the Constitution

    The question similar to this, whether a fundamental right can be violates by a judicial decision or order came up…

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  • Evidentiary Value of Narco-Analysis Test

    Narco-Analysis in most of the cases are self-incriminating in nature. It is used to describe a diagnostic and psychotherapeutic technique…

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  • Increase in Reservation of Physically Handicapped Candidates in Civil Services Exams

    The question came before Supreme Court in Union of India & ors v M. Selvakumar & Anr on 24 January…

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  • How the policy behind statute is determined?

    Even when Legislature does not make effective classification and leaves it to be made by administrative authority the legislature in…

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  • Check reasonableness: Fundamental Right on Subjective Satisfaction of the Executive

    In Baranasi Das Modi v State of Pepsu 1957 the Supreme Court in determining the reasonableness of the restriction imposed…

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  • Is Hindutva a secular policy?

    Secularism owes its birth to the state sponsored programs against those denominations which were not acceptable to the state. After…

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