The judiciary is a significant component of our government and is essential to the functioning of our democracy. It is therefore regarded as the protector of the Constitution and the watchdog of democracy. In addition to preserving freedoms, equality, and fraternity, the judiciary ensures justice for all of its citizens. The judiciary's function in Indian... Continue Reading →


Introduction Observing that India is a conservative society, the Madhya Pradesh high court observed in a case of sexual assault involving the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses Act, 2012 that unmarried girls do not engage in carnal activities for fun unless they are assured of marriage. Aparna Bhat v. State of Madhya Pradesh (Aparna... Continue Reading →

An Overview of Constitution of India

“Constitutional morality is not a natural sentiment. It has to be cultivated” - B.R. AMBEDKAR Constitution is set of fundamental principles according to which a state or other organisation is governed. It can be divided into two categories: Constitution which have single comprehensive document. Example to such constitution is Indian Constitution. Another category is the... Continue Reading →


The Constitution of India provides for three main organs upon which the democratic functions. These three organs are the legislature, executive, and judiciary. The legislature is the law-making body. The executive is the law enforcement body. Judiciary interprets the Constitution and provides justice. This unique three-tier system is the basis that makes our Democracy the... Continue Reading →

what happens when you criticise bar council of india

The Bar Council Of India (BCI) has passed a resolution against criticism and reckless comments against the Judiciary. It has amended its Rules, to make any statement made by a lawyer which is indecent or derogatory, defamatory, motivated, malicious or mischievous against any court, judge, State Bar Council or the BCI, a ground for suspension... Continue Reading →


The judiciary is the third organ of the government. It has the responsibility to apply the laws to the specific cases and settle all disputes. The real meaning of the law is what the judges decide during the course of giving their judgment in various cases. Judiciary is most important organ of the government because... Continue Reading →


5th of June, World Environment Day, so let’s look into what are the laws that protect environment in India, it is worth noting that natural resources have been kept in the Earth for millions of years, essentially unaltered. However, since the beginning of the industrial revolution, vast amounts of these resources have been harnessed at... Continue Reading →

What is Sedition ?

This section was drafted by Mr. Thomas Babington Macaulay and added in IPC in the year 1870. It was introduced by the British to oppress the voices of Indians which were rising against them. Punishments are also very rigorous, like a person who is charged with this offence can never apply for Government jobs. It... Continue Reading →

Why Seperation of Powers is important ?

The three organs of the government are the legislative, executive, and judicial. Most governments around the world, though arranged differently, exercise these powers in one way or another. Since many governments around the world have a system of government have a system of government not unlike those of the United States and Great Britain- Legislative... Continue Reading →

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