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Important National Commissions You Must Know

Introduction Important National Commissions you must know before appearing for any competitive examination. These commissions are formed for a very specific purpose of implementation of specific laws. In this article we will try to list out such 20 must know National Commissions for you. List of Commissions Agricultural Prices Commission Central Vigilance Commission Central Water Commission Competition Commission… Read More »

Important Committees you must Know Part I

Introduction For the purpose of GK and most importantly, to prepare for a competition exam, you must possess an idea about important committees and commissions in India. The important committees and commission have been formulated out over the years by the government, government bodies, and other organizations with a particular aim to deal with specific situations or review… Read More »

Hung Parliament – Concept, History and Implication

Hung Parliament | Overview Introduction History and Frequency of Hung Parliaments in India What happens after a hung parliament? Implications of hung parliaments Conclusion This article provides a brief explanation of the political phenomenon of a “hung parliament.” Though it is simple to understand, hung parliaments can often be confused, and different political theorists use the term in… Read More »

Contempt of Court – History and Significance

Contempt of Court | Overview Introduction Statutory Definition History Scope of Contempt Landmark Judgements Conclusion This article provides a brief explanation of the offence of contempt of court in India. Contempt of court is a controversial offence that allows judges to fine or imprison anyone who acts or speaks in defiance of a court’s authority. Intrinsically nuanced, judges… Read More »

The Legality of Sting Operation: Critical Analysis

The Legality of Sting Operation | Overview Introduction Types of Sting Operation Indian Scenario on sting operations Role of media in Justice Delivery Interpretation of Indian Courts on Sting Operation Conclusion The legality of Sting operations, which is a specialized form of investigative journalism differs from country to country. The ethical issues revolving sting operations has been a… Read More »

Daughter’s Right to Property: Explained with Case Laws

The present article aims to analyze the daughter’s right to property inheritance in her father’s property, with a primary focus on the persistent gender-discriminatory provisions and conditions before the implementation of the Hindu Succession Act 2005. For the study purpose, the article has provided a detailed overview of the scope of the daughter’s property rights before and after… Read More »

100 Important Statutes You Must Know Part-I

Introduction 100 Important Statutes one must Know as a citizen of India considering the fact we have laws in the form of statutes that have directly or indirectly affected each and every one of us. Our legislator that is Parliament has framed law on almost each and every sector be it a crime, civil, environment, finance, personal laws,… Read More »

100 Important Statutes You Must Know Part-II

Introduction 100 Important Statutes one must Know as a citizen of India considering the fact we have laws in the form of statutes that have directly or indirectly affected each and every one of us. Our legislator that is Parliament has framed law on almost each and every sector be it a crime, civil, environment, finance, personal laws,… Read More »

100 Important Statutes You Must Know Part-III

Introduction 100 Important Statutes you must know as a citizen of India considering the fact we have laws in the form of statutes that have directly or indirectly affected each and every one of us. Our legislator that is Parliament has framed law on almost each and every sector be it a crime, civil, environment, finance, personal laws,… Read More »