‘Threats to freedom of speech…though often trivial in isolation, are cumulative in effect and unless checked, lead to a general disrespect for the rights of…View More Fake News v Free Speech: The right kind of balance
Citation: AIR 1976 SC 1207 Bench: A.N. Ray, M. Hameedullah Beg, Y.V. Chandrachud, Hans Raj Khanna, P.N. Bhagwati The 1975 Emergency is considered by many…View More ADM Jabalpur v Shivkant Shukla Case Analysis( Suspension of Fundamental Rights during Emergency; The Habeas Corpus Case)
CITATION: AIR 1951 SC 226 BENCH Hiralal J. Kania, C.J.; Saiyid Fazal Ali, J.; M. Patanjali Sastri, J.; Mehr Chand Mahajan, J.; Vivian Bose,…View More State of Madras v. Champakam Dorairajan (Conflicts Between Fundamental Rights and DPSP)
Case Details Citation : 1951 SCR 89: AIR 1951 SC 458 Court : Hon’ble Supreme Court of India Decided on : October 5, 1951 Petitioner…View More Shankari Prasad v. Union of India (Amendability of Fundamental Rights)
Case Details Citation : 1950 SCR 88: AIR 1950 SC 27 : (1950) 51 Cri LJ 1383 Court : Hon’ble Supreme Court of India Decided…View More A.K. Gopalan v. State of Madras (Interpretation of key Fundamental Rights including Article 19 & 21)
The concept of public interest law was widely adopted in the USA and was used extensively during and after the social turmoil of the 1960s. The concept of public interest law was demonstrated and applied by Louis Brandeis, who in his legal practice actively advocated for the interests of the general public.View More Public Interest Litigation- Genesis and Evolution
What is Contempt of Court? Contempt of court is any behavior or wrongdoing that conflicts with or challenges the authority, integrity, and superiority of the…View More Is Contempt of Court against Fundamental Rights?
Freedom has myriad definitions. Moreover, from history to present contemporary world, most of the nation wants to suppress the ideology of ‘Freedom’. On the contrary,…View More Misuse of freedom of Speech & Expressions
Understanding Article 32 under the Indian Constitution Article 32 is the right to constitutional remedies enshrined under Part III of the constitution. Right to constitutional…View More What is the difference between Article 32 and Article 226 of the Indian constitution?