What is Foreign Trade Policy- Part 2

Vision and objectives In this age of globalisation, the government of India visioned the Foreign Trade Policy to improve its standing in international trade. Exports have to be boosted and imports need to be rationalized. The vision was to make India a leader in global trade. The Foreign Trade Policy would also build good relationships with neighbouring... Continue Reading →

What is Foreign Trade Policy- Part 1

Introduction  On 4th April 2015, the Commerce and Industry Minister, Govt of India, Mrs Nirmala Sita Raman, announced the Indian Foreign Trade Policy for 2015-20. The Foreign Trade Policy has been formulated for 5 years. It looks into, regulates and laws are enacted for the export and import of goods. The introduction of the Foreign... Continue Reading →


A preamble is an introductory statement in a document that explains the document’s philosophy and objectives. In a Constitution, it presents the intention of its framers, the history behind its creation, and the core values and principles of the nation. The preamble basically gives idea of the following things/objects:Source of the Constitution Nature of Indian State Statement of its objectives Date of its... Continue Reading →

Difference Between NRI and PIO

The terms Non-Resident Indian (NRI) and Person of Indian Origin (PIO) are used to describe individuals of Indian birth or descent who live outside the republic of India Despite this commonality between them, the two terms are fundamentally different from one another. An NRI is an Indian who is a resident in a foreign country.... Continue Reading →

What is Domicile of a Person

Domicile is a legal term used to refer to the permanent or legal address (place or country) of an individual. In business, domicile is the place or country in which a business is registered or has been incorporated.  Domicile will be the business’ registered address or its registered office. The address or office is, by law,... Continue Reading →

How can a person become a citizen of India

According to the Citizenship Act of 1955, there are four ways a person can acquire Indian citizenship:- -Birth -Descent -Registration and -Naturalisation. Provisions for the same are listed under sections 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the Citizenship Act, 1955. 1) By Birth (Section 3) i) Any person born in India on or after 26 January... Continue Reading →

Should we give opportunity to the reserved or the deserved

Reservation a system, that has a prolonged historical background and reasons for its existence. It was created for the adequate representation and upliftment of the backward and marginalized sections of the people. But is the system of reservation fair for everyone? Aren’t the deserving persons trapped between the walls of this system? This article is... Continue Reading →

Rights of Citizenship of certain persons who migrated to India from Pakistan

Notwithstanding anything in article 5, a person who has migrated to the territory of India from the territory now included in Pakistan shall be deemed to be a citizen of India at the commencement of this Constitution if — (a) He or either of his parents or any of his grandparents was born in India... Continue Reading →

Equal Opportunity in case of Employment

The essence of equality constructs the Constitution of India, as the main aim of the constitution-makers was to create a democratic society in which justice in all forms such as social, economic and political justice prevailed, along with the equality in status and opportunities. Positive action objects to promote societal equality through the special treatment... Continue Reading →

Equality before the law

On one hand, Equality before Law prohibits providing any special privilege to any community or people. It does not talk about equal treatment in equal circumstances. According to it, there must be a very ideal condition and the state does not need to interfere in society by providing additional privileges in society. On the other... Continue Reading →

Reservation for women and article 15

On research, we find that Article 15 Clause (3), (4) and (5) itself stands as an exception to Article 15 Clause (1) and (2). Article 15 Clause (3), (4) and (5) states that the legislature is free to formulate special provisions: For women and children,For the advancement of any socially and educationally backward classes of... Continue Reading →

Uniform Civil Code- Dream or Reality

India is a unique country not only in terms of geography but also in terms of its social scenario. It is also a land of various cultures and different religions. The Indian culture believes in Unity in Diversity but unfortunately this Unity in Diversity has not helped to bring political unity in India. Family law... Continue Reading →

Lacuna in the Indian Education System

The education system in India relies so much on book knowledge that when students get ready for their future, they are left with nothing. They do not have any coping mechanism to deal with the problems that they face later on at the work place or in interactions with people from other parts of the world.... Continue Reading →

Should We Promote Economic Reservation

INTRODUCTION The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019, was introduced in the Lok Sabha on January 08, 2019, with an aim to provide reservation in higher education and public employment to 'economically weaker sections' of the society. The Bill was passed in the Lower House of the Parliament with only three members voting... Continue Reading →

Helpline Details for Victims Of Domestic Violence- Children

098 Tele Helpline Model- CHILDLINE stands for a friendly 'didi' or a sympathetic 'bhaiya' who is always there for vulnerable children 24 hours of the day, 365 days of the year. A phone number that spells hope for millions of children across India, CHILDLINE is India's first 24-hour, free, emergency phone service for children in... Continue Reading →

Helpline Details For Victims Of Domestic Violence for Men

Domestic violence — also known as intimate partner violence — occurs between people who are or have been in a close relationship. Domestic violence can take many forms, including emotional, sexual and physical abuse, stalking and threats of abuse. It can happen in heterosexual or same-sex relationships. Abusive relationships always involve an imbalance of power... Continue Reading →

Misuse of Professionally Prescribed Drugs

According to National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Drug Facts, prescription drug misuse and abuse is when someone takes a medication inappropriately (for example, without a prescription). Sadly, prescription drug misuse and abuse among young people is not an insignificant problem. According to National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) data on youth and young... Continue Reading →

Sources Of Law- Part 2

Customs A custom is a rule which in a particular family or in a particular district or in a particular section, class or tribe, has from long usage obtained the force of law. The dictionary of English law defines custom as a law not written, which being established by long use and consent of our... Continue Reading →

Sources Of Law- Part 1

Sources of Law 1.         Legislative. 2.         Precedents. 3.         Customs. 4.         Opinion juris (statutory interpretation and preparatory works). 5.         Justice equity and good conscience. Sources of law means the origin from which rules of human conduct come into existence and derive legal force or binding characters. It also refers to the sovereign or the state from... Continue Reading →

Sources Of Hindu Law

Hindu Law Hindu law is nothing but the concept of dharma, the concept of dharma in Hindu law is not defined precisely but it has come to mean the way of life a person lives and enjoys, which includes every aspect of his life. Right from the birth till the death of a person everything... Continue Reading →

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