Posts filed in Constitutional Law

Understanding Public Interest Litigation

Posted Thursday November 12, 2015 by CSLRA India

Introduction Public Interest Litigation or PIL is litigation for the protection of public interest. It is litigation introduced in a court of law, not by the aggrieved party but by...

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Religious Freedom and Environmental Protection

Posted Thursday November 12, 2015 by CSLRA India

Religious Freedom and Environmental Protection; a study ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN INDIA             Unbridled  use of science and unprecedented use of technology have given birth to many problems including the problem...

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Right to Clean Water

Posted Tuesday November 10, 2015 by CSLRA India

Editor’s note: In recent jurisprudence, denial of water has been deemed to imply a denial of right to life. Though not explicitly stated in the Indian Constitution as a Fundamental...

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Understanding the term Transgenders in the eyes of Law

Posted Monday November 09, 2015 by CSLRA India

WHO ARE TRANSGENDER: Transgender is generally described as an umbrella term for persons whose gender identity, gender expression or behavior does not conform to their biological sex. TG may also...

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Supreme Court seeks public suggestions on Collegium System

Posted Saturday November 07, 2015 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

It refers to an unprecedented welcome initiative of Supreme Court bench hearing petition on National Judicial Accountability Commission (NJAC) inviting views of members of public on reforms in appointment-process of...

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The Magna Carta

Posted Thursday November 05, 2015 by CSLRA India

The Great Charter The Magna Carta of 1215 is one of the most significant historical documents in the English speaking world. The Great Charter marked the first instance of a...

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