Introduction:The law of nature, divine law, or the law that exists in all of nature is how the natural school of law is typically understood. Though it was made by man, it is discovered via each person's unique personality. It has been assigned v ..
Introduction:India is the world's largest democracy and has the world's longest Constitution. As is clear from the preamble, the people have granted themselves the Constitution and have solemnly resolved to establish India as a Sovereign Soci ..
IntroductionA key component of India's democratic system is the judiciary's independence. It is a distinctive quality that sets India apart from other nations. But the independence of the court has frequently been questioned by outside or pol ..
ConstitutionalismThe Indian Constitution gives social, political, economic, and development goals a framework. It offers the commitment to India's citizens to assert, ensure, and accomplish national goals in a democratic and socio-equal manner wi ..
IntroductionThere is enough evidence to demonstrate that income taxes were imposed even in prehistoric and ancient cultures. Contrary to popular opinion, taxes on income and wealth are not a modern invention. These were occasionally collected in a ra ..
IntroductionThe relationship between money and crime is not a secret. Simply put, when money is involved, people commit crimes; they do it to benefit financially. Money laundering is one of these offences.Money laundering is the process by which an u ..
Introduction:The Indian freedom movement is mentioned in relation to the history of the sedition legislation. The first attempt to codify the criminal code in its current form was made in the years following the Indian Independence Revolt of 1857. Th ..
Introduction:Humans are social animals, and they play games and engage in sports to amuse themselves and increase their social relationships with others in society. Mankind has created a wide variety of games because of ingenuity and technological ad ..