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Electoral Offences Under Indian Law – Research Revised

ABSTRACT  One of the crucial components of a democratic election is the right to vote freely. In every democratic nation on earth, electoral systems are based on the inherent right of the individual. This followed candidate freedom and universal suffrage. Since the 19th century, states have relied on political parties to select candidates in accordance with the principles and procedures of the party administration in order to enforce the system. Once candidates enter the campaign, their primary objective is to win the election and their desire to …

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Discussion Of Reterospective Punishments Under Article 13(1) Of The Constitution Of India With The Aid Of The Judgement Of Keshavan Madhava Menon V. The State Of Bombay, 1951.

1.0 ABSTRACT The Hon’ble Supreme Court, for the first time, in the year 1951, interpreted Article 13(1) of the Constitution of India[i] in the landmark judgement of Keshavan Madhava Menon v. The State Of Bombay[ii]. The judgement from the learned bench was divided into two groups of opinions. The majority judgement, supported the argument that …

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Right To Religious Freedom And Gender Equality: A Sabarimala Case Study

Introduction The convergence of the right to religious freedom and gender equality poses intricate challenges within the realm of human rights. An eminent illustration of this intersection is found in the Sabarimala Temple situated in Kerala, India. This temple, devoted to Lord Ayyappa, historically prohibited women of menstruating age from entering its premises, citing entrenched …

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The Evolution of LGBTQ+ Rights in India: A Journey towards Equality

Objective The objective of this research paper is to analyze and chronicle the progression of LGBTQ+ rights in India, examining the legal developments and societal shifts that have shaped the journey towards equality. Through an in-depth exploration of landmark court cases, and the impact of activism, this study aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of …

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Personality Rights

Personality rights are a person’s rights to safeguard their identity under the guise of their right to privacy or property.  Well-known personalities or celebrities have a legitimate interest in protecting these rights because it is relatively straightforward for different businesses to make improper use of their names, photographs, or even voices in a variety of …

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Eligibility To Contest Elections With Two Child Policy

Introduction As per the statistics unveiled by the World Population Review, India is the second most populated country in the world and the most densely populated, currently consisting of estimated 1,423,784,118 people, whereas China on the other hand is the most populated country in the world, currently consisting of an estimated 1,425,801,913 people. The Chinese State Council …

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Indian Federalism

Federalism Federalism can be understood as a system of governing a set of people at two different levels with each level having some unique and coinciding powers to govern them. Such a government operates at one federal or central level with multiple regional or provincial levels under it governing sets of people at the state …

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