Nitya Bansal

She is a B.A.LLB (H) student at National Law University Delhi. She enjoys legal research and drafting, and is currently associated with the Centre for Communication Governance as a Research Assistant.

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Book Review: Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi And The Risk Of Democracy By Aishwary Kumar

This article reviews the book ‘Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi and the risk of Democracy’ written by Mr Aishwary Kumar. The assuring contextual analysis of the doctrines of both Gandhi and Ambedkar has been observed to bring out the challenges of equality in the times of Hindu cultural hegemony and Colonial independence. Introduction ‘Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi, and the… Read More »

Hindu Joint Family and Coparcenary: An Analysis

Hindu Joint Family and Coparcenary | Overview Hindu Joint Family Coparceners Schools of Thought Difference between the Joint Hindu Family and Coparcener This article attempts to explain the concepts of Hindu joint family and coparcenary rights among the members of such families, through case studies and an analysis of various facts associate with the two schools of thought….…...

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The Different Schools of Hindu law | Explained

This article deals with the different schools of Hindu Law and describes how they are distinct in their own forms of existence. These schools of thought evolved to have a higher strength of force than the original text of the Smriti. These schools have also left major impacts on the development of the Hindu Law, as at present. Introduction……...

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Ancient and Modern Sources of Hindu Law: A Concise Overview

This article discusses the ancient and modern sources of Hindu Law through a concise overview and depiction of the various origins of such laws. It also talks about the pattern of lineage in carrying these laws and the continuous time frame, culture and customs that have been essential factors in promoting and abolishing the inherent causes of it….…...

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Administrative Relationship between the Centre and States

The administrative relationship between the Centre and States forms the essence of the federal structure of the Constitution. It establishes the harmony between the Centre and the States, inhibiting any secessionist tendencies, to further foster the nation as an ‘indestructible union of destructible states’. Introduction The Constitution of India follows the Parliamentary System of Government and the executive……...

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Centre-State Financial Relationship: Taxing Powers Of The Union And State

This article on Centre-State Financial Relationship discusses Taxing Powers Of The Union And State. The way in which taxing powers are allocated between the Centre and the States in India has helped in avoiding the Centre-State conflicts which other federal countries have faced or are grappling with. I. Centre-State Financial Relationship: Taxing Powers Of The Union And State……...

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Federalism in India: Unitary, Quasi, Cooperative, Competitive

Federalism is a method of segregating powers so that the central and local governments are each within a domain, harmonizing and autonomous. I. Meaning of the word ‘Federal’ and ‘Federalism’ The term “federal” is derived from the Latin foedus, which means, “covenant”. Therefore, the idea of federalism embodies in itself the ideas of promise, obligation, and undertaking; and hence, the federal……...

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Drafting and Registering a Will: Analysis and Sample

This article deals with the process involved in drafting and registering a Will with a detailed analysis of the steps involved. It describes the various advantages of writing a Will, including the essential elements, format and the legal procedure, that is the best safeguard against any kind of confusion or disagreements between parties. I. Meaning of a ‘Will’… Read More »

Relationship between Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights

The relationship between Directive Principles and Fundamental Rights has been a story of debate, ever since their inception. It is indeed a test of the structure on which a certain society has been built, its aspirations and the coherent principles involved in realising the necessary moral code. The state and its people, in order to construct a harmonious……...

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