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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 →

A Study of Brutality Against Women

Prophet Muhammad once said “Only an honorable man treats women with honor and integrity and only a vile and dishonorable man humiliates and degrades women.” Women have come a long way from being treated as trade to now holding a… Continue Reading →

Technology, Ethics and Access to Justice

INTRODUCTION During a period of U.S. spending cuts, famously known as the “sequester[1],” court frameworks all over the country are confronting monetary shortfalls[2]. Small cases courts are no exception[3]. Among the most noticeably awful hit states is California, which is… Continue Reading →

Reflecting Upon The Rights Of Transgenders – National Legal Services Authority vs Union Of India

CORAM: Court Name: The Supreme Court of India. Equivalent Citations: (2014) 5 SCC 438. Petitioners: 1. National Legal Services Authority (NALSA), Poojaya Mata Nasib Kaur Ji Women Welfare Society, Laxmi Narayan Tripathy. Respondent: Union of India. Bench: Justice K.S.P. Radhakrishnan,… 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 →

Suspension of Fundamental Rights

Fundamental rights, the basic liberties of the people, are mentioned in Part III (Articles 12 to 35) of the Constitution of India. These include individual rights such as equality before the law, freedom of speech and expression, religious and cultural… Continue Reading →

Freedom of Religion

India is one of the most diverse nations in terms of religion, it being the birthplace of four major world religions: Jainism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Sikhism.   Freedom of religion in India is a fundamental right guaranteed by Article 25-28… Continue Reading →

Right To Privacy Under Article 21 of The Constitution Of India

INTRODUCTION The fundamental rights which are embodied in the Part III of the Constitution are nothing but the basic rights and protection given to the all the human beings. Its demand started during the British period only as in British… Continue Reading →

Rights Of Citizen

The Constitution seeks to secure to the people “the liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship, equality of status, equality of opportunity and fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual”. The Nehru Committee recommended the inclusion of fundamental rights… Continue Reading →

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