Introduction Lord Acton, Associate in Nursing English Catholic student, politician, and writer, once aforesaid that “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts completely.” The Constitution of India is particularly highlighting the independence of the Judiciary. The Indian Constitution have provided with the system of “Check and Balances” to avoid the misuse of power by the Legislature and the Executives. Under … More Is Judiciary exploiting its powers?
Introduction The Constitution of India, Known as the ‘Lengthiest Written Document’, is maintaining its legacy from 72 years. A Document having 470 Articles, 12 Schedules and 25 parts being considered as the supreme law of the land, is gracefully handling all the issues happening in nation. The makers of the Constitution took 2 years, 11 … More Protection of Life and Personal Liberty