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Are "Socialist" and "Secular" words in Preamble unconstitutional?

Why there is a debate over the words “Socialist” and “Secular”, which were added in the Preamble of the Constitution of India during the Emergency period in India? Read this whole report to know why people argue that these words are unconstitutional.

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President Murmu Approves Women's Reservation Bill, Paving the Way for Gender Equality in Indian Politics

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An Act to Protect Senior Citizens [Watch Video]

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The Importance of Establishing a Cybersecurity Ministry in India

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Right to Be Forgotten: Legal Aspects of Personal Data Removal from Online Platforms under Indian Laws

How to Register an Online Harassment and Defamation Complaint Online: A Guide as per the IT Act 2000

Learn how to register an online harassment and defamation complaint online as per the IT Act 2000. This comprehensive guide outlines the step-by-step process, ensuring legal recourse and protection un...

Places of Worship Act, the Black Law of India: Explained

Retrospective cutoff-date was fixed 15th August 1947 to legalize the illegal acts of barbaric invaders. Though, Hindu Law (Temple Character never changes) was ‘Law in force’ at the commencement of...

Indian Laws On Abortion: KNOW THE LAW

The Indian Penal Code, 1860 deals with criminal law of our country and it takes into account all the religious, moral, ethical circumstances of our Indian community and thus, have made abortion an ill...

Is Azaan A Hate Speech ?

India, that is Bharat, known for its unity in diversity through its pluralistic society approach where there are numerous religious groups that practice diverse forms of worship and practice different...

Rights of a transgender person in prison [Read Advisory]

Fact: This is an advisory because the prisons come in the concurrent list of the Indian Constitution. It means that both the centre and state can make the rules on this issue. The order has been a...

Future of Arbitration in India

The legislature has been constantly making developments and amendments for the promotion of dispute resolution through arbitration in India. The fact that arbitration does not have a fixed procedure l...

How the Seventh Schedule Affects Delivery Of Public Goods

Such limited movements have reflected more centralisation, such as in 1976. N K Singh, Chairman of 15th Finance Commission has also often made this point, in addition to scrutiny of Article 282.

Read This Before Buying Any Property

Read This Before Buying Any Property The buyer will have all the right to know information about a real estate project and will also have the right to get all the necessary documents related to the pr...

Do Indian Citizens have Right to equal opportunity in matters of Public Employment?

On 30th November 1948 Article 10 was adopted. Later in the final draft of the Constitution of India Article 10 was put under Part III, i.e. Fundamental Rights, and was also changed to Article 16. Righ...

Decoding Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP)

As a result, it is critical that the state's three organs, the Executive, the Legislature, and the Judiciary, take steps to execute the Chapter on DPSP's socio-economic policies. The court's duty shou...




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