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Trending: Call for Papers Volume 3 | Issue 2: International Journal of Advanced Legal Research [ISSN: 2582-7340]

Month: April 2022

Critical Outlook on Transformative Constitutionalism in India

“Introduction” “We are all familiar with the phrase “constitution,” which refers to the supreme law of the land, a set of rules and regulations for governing a country, and many more definitions.”“It is possible to have both a written and an unwritten constitution.”“India has a written constitution, whereas the United Kingdom has an unwritten one.”“However, …

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LAW FIRM CERTIFIED COURSE ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS LAW

  About IJALR It is an International, Quarterly, Peer-Reviewed, online journal that provides an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, and Essays in the field of Law. It is a platform to promote legal research among law students across India. About the Course IPR is …

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IS MARIJUANA A BOON IN DISGUISE?

  ABSTRACT Marijuana, althoughconsidered as a harmful drug for humanconception but if used right many studies shows its positive effects on people with chronical mental illness. The negative information far offset a couple of archived benefits for a restricted arrangement of clinical signs, for which protected and successful elective medicines are promptly accessible. In the …

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Eliminating Barriers to the Exercise of the Right to Vote

  Introduction: The voting rights guaranteed to the citizens of a country form the crux of “democracy” in a nation. The power bestowed upon the people of the country brings with it the responsibility to rationally decide the administrative head of this extensive institution for a limited tenure. However, certain barriers prevent citizens from freely …

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Interpretation of Ejusdem Generis And Noscitur a Sociis

  There are 4 pillars of the democracy: Legislature, Executive, Judiciary and the Media i.e. press. They are allotted with different powers and hence, they are circumscribed into their respective limits only. The legislature is assigned with the function to make or enact laws; the executive woks to implement or execute those laws enacted by …

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Role of the Indian Judiciary in the Preservation of Endangered Species- A Brief Analysis

In the earlier times, the flora and fauna were available in abundance. It was not realized that a time will come in the future for which there will be a need to save and protect the environment and wildlife. However, asthe time passes and situation arises when the environment and wildlife start to end, so …

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Tukaram & Anr. V. State of Maharashtra: Case Analysis

Introduction The case named Tukaram & Anr. v State of Maharashtra[1]was a landmark case as far as rape and its laws are concerned. The incident took place in 1972, Chandrapur district of Maharashtra which shook the nation. The decision was given by the Supreme Court was something that caused outrage within the nation. Several protests …

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