Constitutional Law

Do Private Educational Institutions Perform a "Public Function" by Imparting "Education"?

Do Private Educational Institutions Perform a “Public Function” by Imparting “Education”?

  India has seen an outstanding development in the field of education and it holds a significant spot in the worldwide education market. With more than 1.3 billion populace, a market size of US$ 100 billion or more, advanced education organizations exceeding 36,000, and contributing 59.7 percent of the market size, India has one of …

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Constitutional Right of an Education

Constitutional Right of an Education

Introduction Constitutional Right of an Education. The Indian Constitution is understood to be a document committed to social justice. As per expert opinion, literacy forms the cornerstone for creating the supply of equality of opportunity a reality. The Indian Constitution has therefore recognized education because the essence of social transformation, as is obvious from its …

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Enforcement of Directive Principles of State Policy

Enforcement of Directive Principles of State Policy

Enforcement of Directive Principles of State Policy – A Perspective. Introduction The development of a country totally lies with the government of they try to bring in certain policies. The concept of a welfare society has existed in our country for a long time now which is however contravention with the fundamental rights guaranteed under …

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Doctrine of Impossibility

The Development of the Doctrine of Impossibility

Introduction An act which is impossible to perform cannot be considered as a valid consideration in a contract. Doctrine of Impossibility hits at that part of the Contract which is impossible to perform or which could have been performed before, but due to certain unavoidable circumstances it is now impossible to perform. This doctrine follows …

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Whatsapp Privacy

WhatsApp Controversy- Right to Privacy & Traceability Clause

Introduction WhatsApp Controversy- Right to Privacy & Traceability Clause, Today the Information Technology (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules, 2021 were passed by the Central Government in February 2021. These rules substantially cover OTT (Over-The-Top) platforms and Social networks across India. The new Rules were enacted under the Information Technology Act of …

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Autonomous State in Assam

The Demand of Autonomous State in Assam

INTRODUCTION Autonomous Subdivision or Region relies upon government with the degree of independence or autonomy of an external authority. The sixth schedule covers the administration and management of the tribal and planned areas in Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, and Mizoram. At the beginning of 2021, a demand was raised to give the status of Autonomous State …

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Economic Offences

Economic Offences: Jail Not Bail?

Economic offences have been given a peculiar position in bail jurisprudence under criminal laws in India. Some examples of such crimes are corporate fraud, tax evasion, money laundering, currencies forgery, and cybercrime. Economic offenders involved in such scams are usually in positions of responsibility and executive posts in enormous companies. They are often the mastermind …

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