Women’s Rights in the Workplace in India

INTRODUCTION One of the biggest things that women have been facing is the problems related to rights and privileges. Since ancient times, women have been struggling to find a respectable place and a social status in the society. Our Constitution strives to protects the rights of women by treating them equally and by providing measures... Continue Reading →


A BRIEF SUMMARY In 2018, The Centre for Reproductive Rights filed Dobbs v. Jackson on behalf of Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi to block the state’s unconstitutional ban on abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy. The case was filed the very next day when then Governor Phil Bryant signed... Continue Reading →


KINDS OF EMERGENCIES ENSHRINED IN THE CONSTITUTION  National Emergency: Article 352State Emergency: Article 355, 356Financial Emergency: Article 360 NATIONAL EMERGENCY Article 352 provides that if the President is satisfied that a grave emergency exists whereby the security of India or of any part of the territory thereof is threatened, whether by war or external aggression... Continue Reading →

Pardoning Power

ARTICLE 72 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION Under Article 72 of Indian Constitution, President has power to grant pardons, reprieves, respites or remissions of punishment or to suspend, remit or commute the sentence of any person convicted of any offence  (1) by Court Martial; (2) an offence against any law relating to a matter to which... Continue Reading →

Financial Powers of the President

INTRODUCTION The President of India is the fiscal head and has a critical role in the administration of finance. One of the primary responsibilities of the President of India is to ensure financial stability. The President of India can be a member of both Rajya Sabha as well as Lok Sabha. He is a member... Continue Reading →


Who is a President? Article 52 of the Indian Constitution defines that ‘There shall be a President of India.’ President is the nominal head of the state. He is considered to be the first citizen of the nation. It is through him that a nation is being recognized. The President is the formal head of... Continue Reading →

Ordinance Issuing Power (Article 123)

INTRODUCTION The most important legislative power of the President is his Ordinance-making power. If at any time, when both Houses of the Parliament are not in session and the President is satisfied that circumstances exist which render it necessary for him to take immediate action, he may issue such Ordinance as the circumstances appear to... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION The President of India is a component part of the Union Parliament. Despite being the executive head of the state, the President also has many legislative powers that are important for the country's legislation.  Some of his powers are - He has power to summon and prorogue the Parliament [Article 85 (1)]He can dissolve... Continue Reading →


ARTICLE 53 OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION The Executive Powers of the Union are stated in Article 53 of the Indian Constitution. Clause [1] of the Article 53 defines that the executive power of the union shall be conferred with the President and shall be implemented by him either directly or through his officers in obedience... Continue Reading →


The President in India being the head of the State has wide powers. Some of which are enlisted below - Executive PowersMilitary PowersDiplomatic PowersLegislative PowersOrdinance-making Power of the President EXECUTIVE POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT The Constitution has conferred extensive executive powers on the President. The executive power of the Union of India is vested in... Continue Reading →

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