Meenakshi Chahar

National University of Study and Research in Law Ranchi

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Features Of The Constitution and its Comparison to Various Constitutions

Features Of The Constitution and its Comparison to Various Constitutions | Overview Modern Constitution Written and Lengthy Constitution Rigid and Flexible Preamble Responsible Government Fundamental Rights and Duties Directive Principles Adult Franchise Independent Judiciary Federal Constitution Single Citizenship Minorities and Backward Classes The Indian Constitution is the supreme law of the land, a social document which is reflecting……...

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Constituent Assembly – Journey And Challenges

The article discusses the Journey And Challenges of Constituent Assembly. Sagacious words of Dr B.R. Ambedkar: “However good a constitution maybe, if those who are implementing it are not good, it will prove to be bad. However bad a constitution maybe, if those implementing it are good, it will prove to be good”. Constituent Assembly – Journey And……...

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10 Things to know about World Habitat Day

The article discusses the 10 things we should know about World Habitat Day. World Habitat Day is not a public holiday but a global observance. This is celebrated as an important day all across the world including India “Shelter is my Right”[1] “We have something to hand over to our children. Today. This is a global agenda, and… Read More »

Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution

Historical Background and Evolution of the Indian Constitution | Overview Introduction The Company Rule (1773 – 1858) The Crown Rule (1858 -1947) sources of the Indian Constitution Introduction This historical background and evolution of the Indian Constitution can be studied under two broad heads: The Company Rule (1773 – 1858) The Crown Rule (1858 – 1947). Colonial rulers……...

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Meaning Of Law Under Article 13

Meaning Of Law Under Article 13 | Overview Retrospective effect The doctrine of eclipse The doctrine of Severability Future Laws The expression ‘law’ which is used in Article 13 has been given a wider connotation so as to include any ordinance, order, bye-laws, rule, regulation, notification, custom or usage having in the territory of India the force of……...

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