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Protection of The Environment: Under The Indian Framework

Protection of The Environment

An environment can be defined as every living and non-living element surrounding us which includes plants, animals, fish, soil, water, etc., which has some influence over human life. The Environment Protection Act 1986 defines environment as “Environment includes water, air and land, and the inter-relationship which exists among and between water, air and land, and …

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Qualifications for Political Aspirants in India

India is currently experiencing a significant downfall in terms of the economy, growth, and development of the country. It is well-established that the people in a political power engage in an enormous part in this issue. The integrity of India’s politicians has dwindled drastically. The heightening multitude of politicians with insufficient knowledge and potential to …

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Federalism in India

Introduction   Federalism has been derived from Latin word ‘Foedus’ which means ‘territories’ or ‘agreement’. According to Merriam Webster dictionary, Federalism refers to the distribution of power in an organization between a central authority and the constituent. According to Prof. Wheare, Federal principle is defined as the method of dividing powers so that the general …

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JUDICIAL REVIEW IN NEED OF REFORM

Our Constitution provides necessary conditions but, not a sufficient safeguard against the violation of the Federal system. That’s why this necessitates the creation of an institution who can act as an independent arbiter at the time of imbalances which can be performed only by an independent judiciary protected from political pressure or other extraneous influences. …

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SECULARISM IN INDIA: IS IT A FAÇADE?

Secularism refers to a definitive structure in which the State has little to do with faith as broadly defined in a political sense, in the sense that secularism’s ties with religion are necessarily exclusive. A secular state should remain oblivious to individual views on religious characteristics for it maintains that every citizen is free to …

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