Key features The basic structure of the Constitution cannot be amended. Held in the Kesavananda Bharati vs State of Kerala case. This doctrine was set up to ensure that the power of amendment is not misused by Parliament.IntroductionThe Indian Consti ..
Key points This section protects the rights of children below 12 years. The child must be abandoned by the mother, father or any legal guardian. Intention of abandoning must be present.IntroductionOur Legislatures and the Supreme Court have always ma ..
Key Points Capital punishment is to be given in the ‘rarest of rare’ cases. The Law Commission in its 262nd report, 2015 has suggested to abolish capital punishment. Indian legislation and Courts have observed that capital punishment is c ..
Key Points This article specifically talks about the Section 6, 56, 62, 70, 97 and 483 of the CrPC. There are different types of criminal courts in a State. Every arrested person has to be presented before a Magistrate. The procedure for the summons ..
Key points The non-criminalization of marital rape in India proves to be a dreadful slur on the dignity and human rights of women. Exception 2 of Section 375 of the IPC immunes the husband against the punishments of marital rape. Rape of wife under t ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS This provides the laws, rules and frame works related to legal practitioners. It aims to bring together only one class of legal practitioners called ‘Advocates’. Advocates are allowed to practice throughout the state and bef ..
Key Takeaways The new Rules will set a regulatory framework which is aimed at encouraging the use of drones for various commercial and security purposes. The new Rules have abolished many approval certificates and made the process easier. As the Unma ..
Key Takeaways This Act ensures that everyone, at any particular time, has the access to quality and nutritional food. It lays down special guidelines for pregnant women, children and lactating mothers. This Act provides the step wise identification a ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Haj is a once in a lifetime pilgrimage for the Muslims. The Indian Government incurred the expenses of the Muslims who went on Haj pilgrimage. The Haj Committee Act was given constitutional validity. Still, minimal subsidy is being give ..