Month: December 2020

Recounting the idea of Indian constitutionalism through judicial precedents

The constitution is nothing but a document of aspiration which cannot be taken away as it emerges from the concept of society and every society needs law. The primary function of law is to provide justice and balance between the various groups in society. “Constitutionalism has one essential quality: it is a legal limitation on the government; it is the antithesis of the arbitrary rule; its opposite is despotic government, the government of will instead of law.”

“Implementation of PC-PNDT Act: Issues and Challenges”

Author: Sharlin Puppal 9th Semester, 5th year MNLU Mumbai Introduction Discrimination against women in Indian society is persistent traditionally for centuries. There are various issues faced by the female gender which is reflected in every stage of their life, which has been manifested in the form of sex selection, abortion, female infanticide, discrimination girl child …

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‘Analysis on Reservation for Women in Elections’

Women in India have largely failed to represent in the political decision-making processes, in voicing their opinion on critical issues of governance in our country. The major reason for this being the exclusion in electoral politics and under-representations in electoral politics. A major factor which keeps the women out of politics is the very nature of Indian political situation.

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