Key Takeaways The Doctrine of Judicial Review originated in USA. It comes under various articles of the Indian Constitution. Judicial Review plays a key role in upholding the supremacy of the Constitution, preventing misuse of power by the Legislatur ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Family Courts Act of 1984 is modified by the Family Courts (Amendment) Bill of 2022. State governments may create Family Courts under the Act. Dates for the Act's implementation in various states may be announced by the federa ..
Political vendetta used as a reason to cover money laundering and evasion from cases.Key takeaways The once renowned national magazine lost its popularity when Congress used it as its mouthpiece. Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi acquire AJL through thei ..
While upholding the paramount importance pertaining to the dire need to hold speedy trial and most commendably linking it as an inseparable part of the fundamental rights under Article 21 of our Constitution which talks about the right to life and pe ..
“When the panchayati raj is established, public opinion will do what violence can never do" - Mahatma GandhiKey Takeaways The Panchayati Raj form of government is mentioned in Article 40 under the Directive Principles of State Policy of ou ..
Key Takeaways A person who has been wrongly arrested is entitled to a pitiful compensation of INR 100 under Section 358 of the CrPC (1973). In its 277th Report (2018), the Law Commission stated that "the current remedies simply generate an ex-gr ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The refusal to register, investigate or report cognizable offences is an offence punishable under section 166 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. According to Clause (3) of Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code, a person has t ..
Key Takeaways An inquest report is made primarily to investigate the causes of unnatural death and suspected dowry deaths. It contains only the first impression of the dead body. A magistrate is also empowered to ask for the preparation of an inquest ..
Key Takeaways UN Charted was adopted on June 25, 1945, and came into effect on October 24, 1945. Five of its principal organs, the General Assembly, Security Council, Secretariat, Trusteeship Council, and Economic and Social Council, are headquartere ..
Introduction In Indian Politics, misuse of power and corrupt officials isn't news. There's an onslaught of protective institutions in the country, but if these very institutions are misused for political gains, wrongfully incarcerating people ..