All about Article 371 to 371J
PART XXI Special Provisions ARTICLE 371 – 371J Introduction Part XXI of the Constitution of India under Article 371 grants some special provisions to particular states in India. Article 371-371A to 371J special provisions are granted to the state of Maharashtra and Gujarat Article 371, Nagaland Article 371A, Assam 371B, […]
“A state without the means of some change is without the means of it’s conservation” Edmund Burke. General understanding Conservatism is associated with beliefs that a country or state should hold tradition and custom as the most important aspects of their society. Conservatives do not like the idea of social […]
Privilege To Rape?
Introduction “I say nothing, not even one word, from beginning to end, and neither does he. If it were lawful for a woman to hate her husband, I would hate him as a rapist” Philippa Gregory, The Red Queen. Marital rape or spousal rape is an act of sexual intercourse […]
IN THE CIVIL COURT AT ALIBAG, MAHARASHTRA Suit No._____ of 2022 Rajat Sharma Sr.no.07, Mohan Nagar, Maharashtra Plaintiff V Rahul Singh Mohan Nagar, Maharashtra Defendant Suit for the injunction on the use of lake water for bathing of cows and buffaloes. The plaintiff submitted as under: The plaintiff is a […]
Employee and Employer / Company
Employees are seldom aware of their rights, this is one the main cause of their exploitation by their employers. Delayed or non-payment of salary, wrongful termination etc. are some of the problems faced by the employees. In case of delayed or non-payment of salary, the employee can send a legal […]
Tenant Eviction Notice
In India, the rights of tenants are given in Rent Control Act,1948. When land is leased to a tenant, a Rent Agreement is signed between the tenant and the landlord. Even though tenants are provided with rights which protect them against forced or unlawful eviction, there are certain grounds on […]
Public Interest Litigation
Synopsis The present petition is filed by the petitioner being aggrieved by the suffering of the poor and indigent people residing in the Ambedkar colony area. A brick industry known as the Gokul Brick Industry has been established near the residential area which is infringing with the fundamental rights of […]
Mere Animal Existence – A Critical Analysis Essay
“Prison is a second by second assault on the soul, a day to day degradation of the self, an oppressive steel and brick umbrella that transforms seconds into hours and hours into days” Mumia Abu-Jamal. Along the line, we humans have forgotten what it means, what is the purpose of prison and what it means to imprison a human being.
The Role Of The Judiciary In Protecting The Human Rights
Human rights are moral principles or norms that describe certain standards of human behaviour and are regularly protected as legal rights in the manciple and international law, they are commonly understood as in inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled to simply because he or she is a human being and which are inherent in all the human beings.