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Limits of Judicial Immunity: When Judges Can Be Sued

This article, “Limits of Judicial Immunity: When Judges Can Be Sued” is written by Urvashi Lanjhewar a 5th year Law student at Sage University, Indore.  Introduction In.

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Constitutional Law Contitutional Law

Can Fundamental Rights be Amended? 

This article, “Can Fundamental Rights be Amended? ” is written by Shivani Louhan, a third-year student at BDS School of Law Introduction Fundamental Rights are the.

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Centre-State Financial Relations in India: An Overview

Aditya Shaw, a 2nd -Year Student of Heritage Law College, has written this Article on “Centre-State Financial Relations in India: An Overview” INTRODUCTION: In.

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ARBITRARY ARREST AND DETENTION

This article, “Arbitrary Arrest and Detention” is written by SITANSHU SHEKHAR SRIVASTAVA, a 4th-year law student at MIT WPU. Introduction India is the largest democracy.

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Balancing Freedom of Expression in Democracy

This article, “Balancing Freedom of Expression in Democracy” is written by Vijetha Saishree Palle a 1st year Law student at Symbiosis Law School, NOIDA.

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Constitutional Law

Precedents as a source of law

H. Aishwarya, a 4th-year B.A.LL.B.(Hons.) student from PES University, Bengaluru has written this Article on “Precedents as a source of law”. Introduction In the intricate.

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PREAMBLE OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

Neha Jain, a – 2nd Year student of Lala Lajpatrai College of Law, Mumbai University has written this article “PREAMBLE OF THE CONSTITUTION.

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Constitutional Law

Special provisions relating to certain classes

Sanchit Gupta, a 3rd-Year student, from Chandigarh University, has written this Article “Special provisions relating to certain classes”. Manusmriti widely regarded to be the.

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APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES TO HIGH COURTS AND SUPREME COURT: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE FIRST TO THIRD JUDGE’S CASES, NJAC, AND THE COLLEGIUM SYSTEM

This article is written by Aditya Shaw 2nd Year Heritage Law College has written Article on APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES TO HIGH COURTS AND SUPREME.

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Constitutional Law Indian Constitution

Landmark Constitutional Law Judgments by the Supreme Court

This article is written by Kanishka Singh 5th Year MIT WPU SOL, it gives insight into Unveiling the Uncelebrated: 15 Landmark Constitutional Law Judgments.

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