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The Doctrinaire Trident Testing Constitutionality of the laws

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–Prof. Dr. Mohan R Boll INTRODUCTION The word‘doctrine’has been derived from the Greek word “doxa.” It is understood as “opinion.”Originally, doctrines were those of the Catholic Church.The teachings of the so-called doctors (religious scholars) of the Church were considered as doctrines. But today a doctrine can come from many other sources. Old and established legal […]

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Right to Sleep –The Apex Court’s Lullaby for the People!

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(Dr.)Mohan Rao B, Principal, Manair College of Law, Khammam An Irish Proverb goes on to say that the beginning of health is sleep. The state of sleep has been described by Homer in the famous epic Iliad as “sleep is the twin of death”. Aristotle, the great Greek philosopher has said that all men are […]

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Inherent Power of Civil Court-a Hand Maid of Justice!

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Prof. Dr. Annam Subrahmanyam, and (Dr.) Mohan Rao B.,   The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) consolidated and amended the laws relating to the procedure of the Courts of Civil Judicature in India. All the rules of procedure are the handmaids of justice. The language employed by the draftsman of processual law may be […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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