Meenakshi Chahar

National University of Study and Research in Law Ranchi

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What is Supreme: Fundamental Rights or Directive Principles?

This article on ‘What is supreme: Fundamental Rights or Directive Principles?’ is written by Meenakshi Chahar and aims at finding out whether Fundamental Rights are supreme or is it the Directive Principles that are supreme. I. Introduction | What is supreme: Fundamental Rights or Directive Principles? There is always a constant question that we need to find out:……...

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The Deity’s House: A critical analysis of Sabarimala Temple Judgement

This article on ‘The Deity’s House: a critical analysis of Sabarimala temple judgement.’ is written by Meenakshi Chahar and aims to bring out a critical analysis of the Sabarimala verdict. I. Introduction In a country like India, women have faced the problem of discrimination for centuries. Religion happens to be a greater influence on such discriminations. The personal……...

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Article 13 and Power of Amendment under Article 368

Article 13 and Power of Amendment under Article 368 | Overview Introduction Shankari Prasad Singh Sajjan Singh Case Golaknath Case Kesavananda Bharti Case Raj Narain Case Minerva Mills Case Remark Introduction This article titled ‘Article 13 and Power of Amendment under Article 368’ deals with the Questions which have been raised since 1951, about the constitutional validity of……...

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Formation of State: Admission of New States and Re-organisation

Formation of State: Admission of New States and Re-organisation | Overview Introduction: Formation of State Formation of State by Admission of new States Formation of State by Re-organisation of States Cession of Territory This article ‘Formation of State: Admission of new States and Re-organisation’ deals with the power of Parliament of admitting new states and to reorganise the……...

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Relationship between Fundamental Rights and Emergency Provisions

Fundamental Rights provided in Part III is an indispensable part of the Indian Constitution. They form a limitation to the powers of the Central and the State Government to not make laws that violate the fundamental rights of the citizens of India. This limitation has been articulated under Article 13(2) which specifically provides that any law made in……...

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Concept of State Under Article 12

Concept of State Under Article 12 | Overview Government and Parliament of India Government and Legislature of the State Local Authorities Other Authorities Question: Whether the University is a State? Question: Whether BCCI is a State? Question: Whether Judiciary is a State? The article discusses the concept of state under article 12. As we all know that Part……...

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Brief Overview Of Citizenship Act, 1955

Brief Overview Of Citizenship Act, 1955 | Overview Citizenship by birth Citizenship by descent Citizenship by registration Citizenship by naturalisation Citizenship by incorporation of some territory into India This essay gives a Brief Overview Of the Citizenship Act, 1955. The Republic of India is a federal country having two levels of government i.e. Centre and State where there……...

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Nationality and Citizenship

The term “Nationality” is a broader concept which is often used as a relationship of individual and state from international aspect whereas the term “Citizenship” has a relation to internal aspects between state and individual. An individual cannot change his “Nationality” but he always has an option to change his “Citizenship”. Therefore, the misconception of using both the……...

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National Solidarity Day

India celebrates its solidarity day on 20th October every year. This is a day that is of exceptional importance for all of us. It was the day when our northern neighbour who was a friend to us has propelled a sudden an attack on our territory which continued for about a month and ended when the ceasefire was… Read More »

Concepts of Constitution, Constitutional Law, and Constitutionalism

The article deals with the Concepts of Constitution, Constitutional Law, and Constitutionalism. A state cannot govern itself on an ad hoc basis without there being some norms to regulate its basic institution. There must be a predictable body of norms and rules from which the governmental organs must draw their power and functions. The purpose of having a……...

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