Category Archives: Constitutional Law

Martial Law in the Constitution of India

Martial law is the law administered by military forces that are invoked by a government in an emergency when the civilian law enforcement agencies are unable to maintain public order and safety. Basically, when martial law is enforced then all the other, ordinary and general laws, become null and void. These may include even the revocation of fundamental… Read More »

Citizenship law in India | All you need to know

This article aims at discussing the Citizenship Law in India and the overall implementation of the citizenship law while projecting light specifically on the 2019 amendment to the Act. The idea of citizenship represents the relationship between an individual and the State. Citizens being the full members of the State enjoy all civil, political and economic rights provided… Read More »

State Legislature: Composition, Functions and Privileges

This article discusses the state legislature with detail on its composition, functions and privileges while also stating the differences between a State structure and the Union Prerogatives. The essence and purpose of the State Legislature is to formulate laws and introduce relevant bills. There are various powers, privileges that are provided to the members of the State Legislative… Read More »

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… Read More »