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In a historical judgement, the Union Cabinet approved 124th Constitutional Amendment Act. Critically analyse its features along with the recent issues.

The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019 seeks to provide for the advancement of economically weaker sections of citizens. Features of the bill The Bill seeks to amend Article 15 of the Indian constitution 10% of seats may be reserved for EWS sections for admission in educational institutions Such reservation will not apply ..

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Examine the scope of Fundamental Rights in the light of the latest judgement of the Supreme Court on Right to Privacy in the case of K.S. Puttaswamy vs Union of India

The right to privacy is an element of various legal provisions in any civilized society to impede governmental and private actions that creates a threat to the privacy of the individuals. Owing to the technological revolution, the concern for privacy has become higher than at any time in recent history. The verdict A nine-judge bench ..

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The implementation of decentralization reform as embodied in the 73rd and 74th amendments of the Constitution has suffered from complete negligence. Critically discuss.

The 73rd and 74th amendments had made provisions for voluntary and mandatory subjects to be transferred to the local bodies. Most of the state government failed to transfer voluntary subjects to the local governments. Providing financial autonomy to local governments is one of the completely neglected factor by the states and it directly affected the ..

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How the Supreme Court verdict upholding right to privacy as a fundamental right of citizens will define the further course of Aadhaar? Discuss giving reference to various issues.

The Supreme Court verdict ends the legal gridlock on whether the right to privacy is fundamental right or not. This judgement is not directly on Aadhaar but on fundamental rights rather. Hitherto, the government’s counsels were giving arguments that the right to privacy is not a fundamental right. The government counsels argued that privacy as ..

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Discuss the essentials of the 69th Constitutional Amendment Act and anomalies, if any, that have led to recent reported conflicts between the elected representatives and institution of the Lieutenant Governor in the administration of Delhi. Do you think this will give rise to a new trend in functioning of the Indian federal politics?

The 69th Constitutional Amendment act is important in the light of the conflict between Lt. Governor and the elected representatives of Delhi. The crisis originated in the context of the limit of the constitutional powers of the elected government in the National Capital Territory of Delhi. The amendment act It was passed in 1991. It ..

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Discuss the Constitutional provisions in Article 356 regarding imposition of emergency in a state on account of failure of the Constitutional Machinery. While keeping in focus the key recommendations of Sarkaria Commission in this context, critically examine various judicial measures taken to prevent misuse of these provisions.

Article 356 was inspired by section 93 of Government of India Act 1935. This article provides that if the President is satisfied on receipt of a report from the Governor of a state that a situation has arisen in which the Government in a state cannot be carried in accordance with the provisions of the ..

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