Category Archives: CLAT

The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is conducted by the Consortium of National Law Universities headed by NLSIU for admissions to twenty-two National Law Universities (NLUs) in India. Many private universities accept CLAT scores as well. If you are planning to pursue a career in law, clearing CLAT will be your stepping stone to success.

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Writ of Prohibition: History, Scope and Evolution, and Landmark Judgements

In this article “Writ of Prohibition: History, Scope and Evolution, and Landmark Judgements,” the author has discussed the writ of prohibition which is nearly as old as the common law itself. Like other writs, the writ of prohibition is guaranteed under the Constitution of India—specifically Articles 32 (for the Supreme Court) and 226 (for the High Courts). This article… Read More »

Writ of Habeas Corpus: History, Scope, and Landmark Judgements

Writ of Habeas corpus has been fundamentally important in safeguarding the rights of detainees in India. It protects citizens from arbitrary arrests, abuse by police authorities, illegal detentions, etc. Habeas corpus has been available to citizens for protection throughout independent India’s history save for the Emergency period when it was controversially revoked. Notably, the Supreme Court had acquiesced… Read More »

Main Sources of the Indian Constitution

The present article aims to mention all the major sources of the Indian constitution and what are all the essential features borrowed from these sources. The Constitution of India has absorbed many essential features from the constitution of other nations, which were suitable to include considering the problems and aspirants of the country. In conclusion, the article adds… Read More »

Indian Constituent Assembly: Features and its Committees

The present article aims to provide a detailed idea about the Indian Constituent Assembly, its features, with a primary focus on all the committees involved in the constitution-making of the country. In a democratic country, citizens enjoy the right of selecting their representative government and have the privilege of participating in the framing of its constitution. However, constitution-making… Read More »

Major International Conventions

There are numerous international conventions and declarations covering issues as diverse as human rights and chemical weapons. Major international conventions or declarations are widely ratified—all with over one hundred and seventy signatories. These international conventions constitute international law. While some are not legally binding, they nonetheless are important from the point of view of international courts and even… Read More »

Principal Organs of the United Nations

The Organs of the United Nations comprises six principal organs: the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, the Trusteeship Council, the International Court of Justice, and the UN Secretariat. These organs fulfil different functions. Their functions are clearly delineated in the Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice.… Read More »