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

Constitution

Religious Freedom under the Constitution of India and Recent Controversies

1.    Introduction Religion is a matter of faith and belief. It is centered on man’s belief in supernatural forces. Sociologist Durkheim defines religion as a “unified system of beliefs and practices relative to sacred things, that is to say, things set apart and forbidden.”The terms ‘religion’ and ‘matters of religion’ are not defined in the …

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Novva Ads vs. Secretary, Department of Municipal Administration and Water Supply and Another: Case Analysis

  Facts In this case, the constitutionality of Sections 326-A to 326-J of the Chennai City Municipal Corporation Act, 1919 (4 of 1919) and the Chennai City Municipal Corporation (Licensing of Hoardings and Collection of Advertisement Tax) Rules, 2003 (in short “Advertisement Rules”) were challenged in the High Court via writ petitions.  The writ petitions …

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The helmet lies on your head

The `positive’ sense of the word `liberty’ derives from the wish on the part of the individual to be his own master. [1] In pluralistic society, socio-political justice is conceived as people having different views, morals, values, and the purpose of life which needs to co-exist within a broad framework of legal protections. According to …

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An Analysis of Budget 2021-22

The article is written by Sneha Mahawar, a  law student at Ramaiah Institute of Legal Studies. The article discusses the important highlights and gives an overview of the Budget 2021-22.  Introduction of Budget  As per Article 112 of the Constitution of India, 1949, it requires the government to present to parliament a statement of estimated …

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Anti-Defection Law and its need in the present time

Introduction The follies that Indian Political System had imbibed since long was put on hold in the year 1985 when an infamous Haryana-MLA switched between two parties thrice a day in the year 1967. This incident was a highlight for the Parliament to finally, reach a saturation point and then enacted a proper law for …

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Legal Framework For Unorganized Sectors In India

Introduction:- Indian Constitution provided to all citizens of the country justice- social, economic, political, liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship under the preamble; and equality of status and opportunity regardless of their caste, creed, status, religion, race, sex as per Article 15. But the gap which existed between the organized and unorganized sectors …

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