Posts filed in Constitutional Law

Judicial Appointments and Collegium System of Appointments

Posted Friday November 20, 2015 by CSLRA India

The Supreme Court by striking down the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act and the 99th Constitution (Amendment) Act as unconstitutional has focused public attention once again on the process of...

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Central government rightly thinking raising retirement-age of High Court judges at 65 years to be at par with that of Supreme Court judges

Posted Thursday November 19, 2015 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

It refers to Attorney General of India mentioning in Supreme Court that Central government is considering raising retirement-age of High Court judges to 65 years to be at par with...

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Right to Legal Aid; A Constitutional Commitment

Posted Thursday November 19, 2015 by CSLRA India

As political philosopher; Charles de Montesquieu said that; “In the state of nature…all men are born equal, but they cannot continue in this equality. Society makes them lose it, and...

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Supreme Court guidelines on Women Safety

Posted Saturday November 14, 2015 by CSLRA India

Supreme Court in Deputy Inspector General of Police and another Versus S. Samuthirum issued detailed guidelines for safety of women in the work place. Read the guidelines below for your...

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Suggestions by CSLRA for improvement of the Collegium System

Posted Friday November 13, 2015 by CSLRA India

1.         The Feedback time be extended to a minimum of 2 months with giving it a wide publicity in every local language to engage the citizen to come forward...

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Fundamental Duties under the Constitution as Legally Enforceable Duties under Different Statutes

Posted Friday November 13, 2015 by CSLRA India

Constitution is the supreme law of India. It is the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world, containing 448 articles in 25 parts, 12 schedules and 97...

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