Day: May 21, 2019

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Equality(Article-18).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Equality(Article-18). Abolition of Titles. May 21, 2019. Article 18 abolishes titles and make four provisions in this regard: (a) It prohibits the state from conferring any title (except military or academic distinction) on anybody, whether a citizen or a foreigner. (b) It prohibits a citizen of India from accepting any

Explain the Fundamental Right- Right to Equality(Article-17).

Explain the Fundamental Right- Right to Equality(Article-17). Abolition of Untouchability. May 21, 2019. Article 17 abolishes ‘ untouchability’ and forbids its practice in any form. The enforcement of any disability arising out of untouchability shall be an offense punishable in accordance with the law. In 1976, the Untouchability Act, 1955 has been comprehensively amended and

Explain the Fundamental Right- Right to Equality(Article-16).

Explain the Fundamental Right- Right to Equality(Article-16). Equality of Opportunity in Public Employment. May 21, 2019. Article 16 provides Equality of opportunity for all citizens in matters of employment or appointment to any office under the state. No citizen can be discriminated against or be ineligible for any employment or office under the state on

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Equality(Article-15).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Equality(Article-15). Prohibition of Discrimination on Certain Grounds. May 20, 2019. The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in part III of the constitution from article 12 to 35. In this regard, the framers of the constitution derived inspiration from the constitution of the USA. Part III of the Constitution is rightly described