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A technician in a corporation stakes a claim to the post of a programme officer on the basis that he has put in the requisite number of services and also is in t
Over the years there have been many questions raised and a lot has been written on the subject on what determines obiter dicta and ratio decidendi. Legal academics have been arguing ever since over this
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Tenth schedule of the Indian Constitution refers to Anti-Defection Law. This deals with certain grounds on which a member of a house can be disqualified. Accordingly, the member of the house will be disqualified if he votes or abstains from voting in
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It has to be said right at the outset that in a significant and latest decision delivered on April 16, 2019, the Supreme Court in Bikash Ranjan Rout v. State through the Secretary (Home), Government of NCT of Delhi, New Delhi in Criminal Appeal No.
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It has been a long and gruelling wait for Lokpal to finally come in place as an anti-graft body. On March 19, Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghosh who is a former Supreme Court Judge and former Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court who retired in May
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Introduction:Being a secular state India is a multicultural country. Cultural and Linguistic diversity is the strength of India. Being a pluralistic state, Indian has a great feeling of nationality and to generate or maintain this kind of feeling, th
Indian Constitution has guaranteed certain fundamental rights to its citizens as enunciated in part III therein which includes a right to approach the Supreme Court for a writ under article 32. The High Courts are vested with writ jurisdiction under