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Defamation and its effects on Reputation and its overwriting effects on Freedom of Speech and Expression

Introduction “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation and only one bad one to lose it”- Benjamin Franklin. When the word reputation is questioned, Jurist Blackstones has added to this proposition and stated that “Every man is… Continue Reading →

Equality Before Law

Equality before law is one of the basic principles of liberalism. Thus, law should make sure there is no discrimination among the individuals or group of individuals. Article 7 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) states: “All are… Continue Reading →

Elections in India

India has a parliamentary system governed under the Constitution of India, which states the decentralization of power among central and state government. The head and supreme commander-in-chief for all defence forces India is the President of India. Election commission is… Continue Reading →

Freedom of religion

India, most widely known as the land of spiritual beliefs, intellectual thought, and culture, has also been the birthplace of a number of religions, some of which also remain in this period. ‘Religion’ is a question of preference, interpretation and… Continue Reading →

Emergency Provisions of the Constitution

Emergency provisions are contained in Part Eighteen of the Constitution of India. The president of India has the power to impose emergency rule in any or all the Indian states if the security of part or all of India is… Continue Reading →

“Right To Privacy”- A Fundamental Right

Introduction In general, the right to be free from secret surveillance and to determine whether, when, how, and to whom, one’s personal or organizational information is to be revealed. In specific, privacy may be divided into four categories Physical: restriction… Continue Reading →

Whether ad hoc judges are entitled to retiral benefits ?

Ad hoc literally means “for this” in Latin, and in English this almost always means “for this specific purpose”. Issues that come up in the course of a project often require immediate, ad hoc solutions. An ad hoc investigating committee… Continue Reading →

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