The Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Act, 2005 – Judicial Response

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Introduction Industrialization is considered as a must for development. It can’t be attained only by agriculture. Prof. Amartya Sen, the Nobel Laureate of India, opined that there can’t a developed country that has reached ‘there’ focusing solely on agriculture. According to the experts, for a jump in growth, industrialization is necessary. Prof. Mohd. Yunus, another… Read more »

An overview of the Judicial Decisions on “Last Seen Together”

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An overview of the Judicial Decisions on ‘Last Seen Together’ –         (Dr.) Mohan Rao B., B.Sc., M.L.,[ Ph.D][1] “In short our jurisprudential enthusiasm for presumed innocence must be moderated by the pragmatic need to make criminal justice potent and realistic. A balance has to be struck between chasing enhance possibilities as good enough to set… Read more »

Uniform Civil Code: The Dormant Law

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Prof. Annam Subrahmanyam and Mohan Rao, Bolla Introduction The High Court of Kerala in Agnes alias Kunjamol v. Regeena Thomas, has been confronted with a peculiar question of which the law has been dormant. It has, inter alia, reference to a long awaited issue of enactment of Uniform Civil Code. Despite the Constitutional mandate by… Read more »

Federal Principle Under the Indian Constitution – A Perspective

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A constitution is the legal document in which various governing principles are established, functions and procedural aspects of the government are specified under which different organs of the government work. Constitution is the supreme law of the land which is ascertained by Kelsen as the “Grund Norm” in his Pure theory of law. American Constitution… Read more »