Basic Structure Doctrine

Committed Judiciary: Meaning and Issues

Committed Judiciary refers to the judiciary which is committed to uphold the policies of the government in power by interpreting the laws and the Constitution in a way palatable to the Government in power. Why it is in news now? The Judgment of the Meghalaya High Court by Justice SR Sen has triggered the controversy of committed judiciary. The […]

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Secularism in India and the Basic Structure Doctrine

The Preamble to the Indian Constitution states that India is a secular country, amongst other attributes. What are the rights pertaining to religion provided in the Constitution? Discuss the legality of the inclusion of the word ‘secular’ in the Constitution from the historical, legal and constitutional perspective.

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