The 44th Amendment Act, 1978, was introduced to provide adequate safeguards against the taking over of fundamental rights shortly and ensure the people of India an effective voice in determining the government.
What is an employment contract? What are the types, and what clauses attract judicial attention? Author Kajal answers these and more…
What is the history of estoppel? Is it a rule of evidence or a substantive law? What are its ingredients? How does it differ in application In India and the UK – author Kajal Pagare answers.
Navtej Singh Johar v. India’s Union is the landmark judgment of Supreme court of India. It is the first case, where fundamental steps were taken to strengthen the legal status of the LGBTQ+ persons in India.
State of Madras v. Champakam Dorairajan (AIR 1951 SC 226) is the 1st amendment to the constitution and a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of India.
The judgement of Keshvananda Bharti v. State of Kerala (1983) 4 SCC 225 provides that the fundamental rights cannot be taken away by amending them. The amendments would not violate the basic structure of the constitution.