Category: Legal Articles

Basic Structure Doctrine

Author: Saksham Anand INTRODUCTION A state is comprised of four basic elements namely territory, population, government and sovereignty, in order to maintain and increase the welfare of a state some basic guiding principles are laid down. This set of basic rules and regulations is called a constitution. Constitution is the basic law of a state

Complaint to Magistrate under CrPC, 1973

Author: Sharen Adhitya Introduction Criminal Procedure Code is procedural law. Therefore, it describes that procedure, which should be adopted for administration of criminal justice. In fact, It has provided provisions for explanation of procedure in respect of investigation, inquiry and trail. Even it has also provided provisions to elaborate procedure in respect of complaint. Meaning

A DETAILED STUDY OF ROLE OF PUBLIC PROSECUTOR IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Author: Daksha Dhiman INTRODUCTION Under the criminal justice system of India, section 24 of the Code of Criminal procedure defines a public prosecutor. A public prosecutor is known to be a “minister of justice” who has a pivotal role in ensuring pure and impartial administration of judicial proceedings. The main responsibility of a prosecutor is

IMPORTANT PROVISIONS OF THE UNION LEGISLATURE UNDER CONSTITUTION OF INDIA WITH CASE LAWS

Author: Amandeep Kaur (Panjab University) ABSTRACT The Preamble of the Constitution of India declares that India is a democratic nation with a parliamentary system of government. The union of India is composed of the executive, the legislature, and the judiciary to govern the union of 28 states and 8 union territories. In the parliamentary system,

Right to life and personal liberty under The Constitution of India

Author: Yashi Sharma Introduction: Right to life and personal liberty was considered as a natural right in traditional times, but with the evolution of human society its definition and interpretation started changing. This right has been described as ‘Heart of Fundamental Rights’ by the Supreme court of India. According to Article 21 of Indian Constitution,”