Introduction On 16th March 2020, the President of India nominated the former Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi to the Rajya Sabha. The nomination was accepted by Mr. Gogoi the very next day, citing his “strong conviction that the … Continue reading A Critical Analysis of Ex-CJI’s Appointment to Rajya Sabha
Introduction The constitution consists of the basic fundamental principles according to which a country is to be governed and constituted. It provides a basic framework and structure for the government policies that are to be implemented in a state. It … Continue reading Conflict of Authority: Constitutional or Parliamentary
“The tests relating to COVID-19 either in approved Government Laboratories or approved private Laboratories shall be free of cost.” This interim order was passed by the Supreme Court in wake of Government’s decision to fix the cost of the COVID-19 … Continue reading “Philanthropy or Overreach of Judicial Powers”- Supreme Court’s Order of free COVID-19 testing by Private Laboratories
Laws were created to regulate the coexistence of man within a society. Each country has a Supreme law, usually called Carta Magna or Constitution that establishes the foundations and principles by which it will be governed. It set down the … Continue reading And now, who will defend us?
“The basic premise of the Constitution was the Separation of Powers and a system of checks and balances because man was perceived as a fallen creature and would always yearn for more power.” – Roy Moore The early theorist Montesquieu … Continue reading Intersection of NJAC and Separation of Power