COMPARATIVE EXAMINATION BETWEEN CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

COMPARATIVE EXAMINATION BETWEEN CONSTITUTIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

This article is written by Sarthak Sikarwar of 4th Semester of BALLB(Hons.) of University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, an intern under Legal Vidhiya ABSTRACT Administrative and constitutional law are the cornerstones of any country’s complex legal structure. This study attempts to do a thorough comparative analysis, painstakingly examining the Read more…

HARMONIOUS CONSTRUCTION

HARMONIOUS CONSTRUCTION

This article is written by Nishtha Vallecha of 5th semester of Amity University, Chhattisgarh Abstract The Doctrine of Harmonious Construction is a vital principle in legal interpretation, aimed at reconciling apparent conflicts and ambiguities within statutes and constitutions. It advocates for a balanced and coherent approach to ensure the effective Read more…

THE POLITICS OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN THE UNITED NATIONS

THE POLITICS OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN THE UNITED NATIONS

This article is written by Anushka Bagri, an Intern under Legal Vidhiya Abstract This Article is basically on the politics of Constitutional Law on United Nations which means the interplay of political factors and consideration in development, interpretation, and application of constitutional principles in United Nations. This article covers the Read more…

Principle of Compensatory Discrimination

Image source: https://theleaflet.in/why-are-state-laws-enabling-domicile-reservation-in-the-private-sector-unconstitutional/ This Article is written by Supriya, 1st year student of B.A.LL.B (HONS) student of S.S Khanna Girls’  Degree College, UoA Abstract- The system of reservation is unique to India but in other nation like United States they are called as affirmative actions, which are specifically limited for Read more…