The Negotiable Instrument Act was first developed in 1866 and became law in December 1881. Although it is originally a colonial law. The Negotiable Instrument Act is still frequently used in practice since it is one of the most convenient ways to transfer money. There was no such provision
Media is known as the fourth pillar of democracy. It reflects our society, so it is very important to have free and fair media in every government. In India, people see the root of media for the
In May 2021, the Maratha reservation was struck down by the Supreme Court. A five-judge Constitution Bench pronounced their decision and declared the law which aimed to provide
Menstruation, often known as periods, has remained taboo in Indian society. This subject is usually discussed behind closed doors, which stifles efforts to raise understanding about the menstrual cycle and reinforces women’s mistaken feelings of humiliation. In our society, the word “period” is
The constitution of India guarantees to all its citizens’ many fundamental rights out of those most important is freedom of speech and expression. This freedom is guaranteed by Article 19(1)(a). According to this provision, every person is free to express his opinion in any manner whatsoever.
The constitution duties or the fundamental duties have their roots in the true sense, not in the Constitution of India or the Government of Indian Act 1935. You can even hardly find any record of discussion over it in the constituent assembly. Infact it is just a side product of the culmination of
The police are one of the most integral parts of any country’s workforce. Whenever someone’s safety is put at risk, troubled, or outrightly violated or challenged, or when someone is a victim of a crime, the department that the person contacts or approaches are the police department. The police are
Free Legal Aid is a torchbearer for needy individuals who can’t bear the costs involved in legal proceedings. It is legitimate help given free to destitute individuals in administrative, judicial as well as quasi-judicial proceedings and also includes basic consultation concerning legal issues. In the
According to the Supreme Court of India’s decision in Joseph Shine v. Union of India (hereafter referred to as “Joseph Shine”), the ruling in Joseph Shine should be reconsidered when it comes to the application of the ruling in Joseph Shine to the armed forces.
India is a democratic country and provides various rights to its citizens. There are some basic rights and some fundamental rights provided to the citizens.