Month: May 2019

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom of Religion(Article-26).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom of Religion(Article-26). Freedom to Manage Religious Affairs. May 25, 2019. The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in part III of the Constitution from Articles 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

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom of Religion(Article-25).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom of Religion(Article-25). Freedom of Conscience and Free Profession, Practice and Propagation of Religion. May 25, 2019. The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in part III of the Constitution of India from Articles 12 to 35. Part III of the Constitution is rightly described as the Magna Carta of India. It

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right Against Exploitation(Article-24).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right Against Exploitation(Article-24). Prohibition of Employment of Children in Factories, etc. May 24, 2019. The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in part III of the Constitution from Articles 12 to 35. Part III of the Constitution is rightly described as the Magna Carta of India. It contains a very long and comprehensive list

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right Against Exploitation(Article-23).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right Against Exploitation(Article-23). Prohibition of Traffic in Human Beings and Forced Labour. May 24, 2019. The Fundamental Rights are enshrined in part III of the Constitution of India from Articles 12 to 35. The expression ‘ traffic in human beings’ include (a) selling and buying of men, women, and children like goods.

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-22).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-22). Protection Against Arrest and Detention. May 24, 2019. Article 22 grants protection to persons who are arrested or detained. Detention is of two types, namely, punitive and preventive. Punitive detention is to punish a person for an offence committed by him after trial and conviction in a court. Preventive

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-21A).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-21A). Right to Education. May 24, 2019. Article 21 A declares that the state shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years in such a manner as the state determined. Thus, this provision makes only elementary education a fundamental right and

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-21).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-21). Protection of Life and Personal Liberty. May 23, 2019. Article 21 declares that no person shall be deprived of his life and liberty except according to procedure established by law. This right is available to both citizens and non-citizens. In the famous Gopalan case (1950), the Supreme Court has

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-20).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-20). Protection in Respect of Conviction for Offences. May 23, 2019. Article 20 grants protection against arbitrary and excessive punishment to an accused person, whether citizen or foreigner or a legal person like a company or a corporation. It contains three provisions in that direction: (a) No ex-post-facto law: No

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-19).

Explain the Fundamental Right-Right to Freedom(Article-19). Protection of Six Rights. May 23, 2019. Article 16 guarantees to all citizens the six rights. The first right is Right to Freedom of speech and expression. It implies that every citizen has the right to express his views, opinions, belief, and convictions freely by word of mouth, writing,

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