Category Archives: Constitutional Law

Constitution – Compensation through Writ Petitions: An Analysis of Case Law

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Compensation through Writ Petitions: An Analysis of Case Law ABSTRACT This research paper tries to find out the trend of the Supreme Court in the area of Compensatory Jurisprudence. Social and economic justice is the signature tune of the Indian Constitution. It guarantees fundamental rights which cannot be ordinarily derogated from. In protecting… Read More »

Consumer has the fundamental right to know whether the food products, cosmetics and drugs available for human consumption are of non-vegetarian or vegetarian origin

The consumer has the fundamental right to know whether the food products, cosmetics and drugs available for human consumption are of non-vegetarian or vegetarian origin. Know more about labelling as to vegetarian / non-vegetarian symbol/ ingredients on Food items, drugs and cosmetics packages, You may please refer the below mentioned judgement link for eloborate discussion/debate… Read More »

Jurisprudence – Relationship between Rights and Duties

ABSTRACT This research considers the issue of rights and duties in the context of social relations based on persistent exchange processes. Rights and duties that acquire a functional nature in such context are characterized in a tentative formal way. A possible connection between functional rights and duties and the issue of morality as a regulation… Read More »

Women’s Day special – sex selection before conception

SEX SELECTION Before conception or thereafter, the Sex Selection amounts to Violation of Woman’s right to life. It violates Article 39(e) of the Constitution which states the principle of state policy that health and strength of woman is not to be abused. Sec.2 of Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques Regulation and Prevention of Misuse Act (57 of… Read More »