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President's decision is subject to judicial review: Uttarakhand HC

The Uttarakhand High Court has observed that the legitimacy of President’s decision to suspend the state assembly under President’s rule is subject to judicial review. Observation in this regard was given by a HC bench comprising of Chief Justice K ..


Powers of President of India: Executive, Legislative, Judiciary, Military and Ordinance Making

President of India is the head of the government and supreme commander of armed forces. His powers can be classified into several heads such as executive powers, legislative powers, financial powers, judicial powers, Diplomatic powers, Military powers as well as ..

Married daughters eligible for appointment on compassionate grounds: Allahabad HC

Allahabad High Court in its judgment has made married daughters of deceased government employees eligible for appointments on compassionate grounds in government jobs. Ruling in this regard was given by a bench comprising Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Yashwant ..


Justice T.S.Thakur appointed as 43rd Chief Justice of India

President Pranab Mukherjee has appointed Justice T.S. Thakur as the Chief Justice of India (CJI) as per provisions of Article 124 of Constitution. T.S. Thakur will be 43rd Chief Justice of India and his appointment will come into effect from ..


Right to Privacy as Fundamental Right

Right to privacy was earlier recognized as “implicit” in the right to life and liberty – guaranteed by Article 21 of the constitution. However, implicit rights have been subject to judicial scrutiny time and again. As per current judicial pronouncements, ..

9 November: National Legal Services Day

Every year 9th November is celebrated as the National Legal Services Day (NLSD) in India to spread awareness for ensuring reasonable fair and justice procedure for all citizens. The aim of celebrating the day is to offer free of charge, ..