fundamental rights

Fundamental rights are mentioned under Part III of The Constitution of India. Fundamental rights are the basic rights that are given to every citizen of the country. Like many other concepts and ideas of our times, the concept of fundamental rights also developed in the west. Fundamental rights were inspired from the Bill of Rights... Continue Reading →

law of torts

Tort is a word which is derived from the Latin term ‘tortum’ which means ‘to twist’. So basically tort means twisted, crooked or unlawful. There is no specific definition which talks about the elements of torts and the main reason for it is that the wrongs which come under this law are not of the... Continue Reading →

essential elements of a contract

As the world is changing, everything is getting more advanced and better. Now people are more smart, they take every step very smartly just to be safe and secure .Different sectors of the society work for their goals and objectives but it is really very important for every organization to work in a legal manner.... Continue Reading →

general defences

When a particular tort is committed by a person by following all the essentials of tort then the aggrieved party can sue him in the court and the defendant will be liable for the tort which he had committed. But in order to escape from the liability, the defendant can take support of general defences... Continue Reading →


“Poverty is the worst form of violence”Mahatma Gandhi India is the seventh largest country by area and has the most populous democracy in the whole world. India is the second largest populated country of the world. India is a country which is famous for its ancient history, varied landscapes and diverse culture. India is a... Continue Reading →

sleep- the silent healer

“Each night, when I go to sleep, I die. And the next morning, when I wake up, I’m reborn.”  – Gandhi After a busy day of working for hours or maybe going out with our friends to enjoy the evening, all we need is a good night’s sleep to rejuvenate for the next day. We... Continue Reading →

fundamental duties

India is a country who has the longest written constitution in the whole world. Each and every part of the constitution governs the citizens of the country about what are their rights, what they can do and what they cannot do. The Constitution has 22 parts and among each and every part of it, it... Continue Reading →

article 15

  “Fundamental rights belong to the human being just because you are a human being” -Desmond Tutu Fundamental rights are mentioned under Part III of The Constitution of India. Fundamental rights are the rights which every citizen of the country owns and no one can snatch it away from them. These rights are for the... Continue Reading →

delights of delhi

“Nahin haal-e-Dilli sunaane ke kaabil, ye kissa hai rone aur rulaane ke kaabil, ujaade looteron ne wo mehel iske, jo thay dekhne aur dikhaane ke kaabil, naa ghar hai naa dar hai raha ek Zafar hai, fakat haal-e-Dilli sunaane ke kaabil”~ Bahadur Shah Zafar Delhi, a city and union territory is the national capital of... Continue Reading →

environment- a portrayal of change

“Away, away, from men and towns,To the wild wood and the downs, —To the silent wilderness,Where the soul need not repress its music.”—Percy Bysshe Shelley The land we walk on, the air we breathe, the forests in which animals thrive, the friends who surround us are all part of the ecosystem or our environment. It... Continue Reading →

sources of hindu law

India is a country where the number of the population is very large and different sectors of these populations practice different religions like Hindu, Islam, Christianity and etc. When we talk about Hindu law then the first question that comes to our mind is who are Hindus? So the definition of Hindu is nowhere defined... Continue Reading →


India is a very vast and diverse country. It has a population of 136.64 crores of people. And each and every person of this population has a different mindset, different ways of handling things and different opinions. Countries with such a huge population face a lot of challenges in their working. It is not at... Continue Reading →

writs in the indian constitution

A writ petition is a formal written order issued by a judicial authority. ‘Writs’ means command in writing in the name of the Court. It is a legal document which is issued to someone to do a specific act or to stop doing that particular act. A writ petition is filed in the respected court... Continue Reading →

my experience of online classes

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”- Nelson Mandela Education plays a very dominant role in the functioning of the world. Each and every thing in this whole world requires some kind of knowledge and that peculiar knowledge comes from the  basic education that a person has. So... Continue Reading →

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