Explained: Basic structure of the Constitution

Author: Koustav Bhattacharya from National Law Institute University, Bhopal.

The Constitution of India is an organic, living document. It must stand the test of time and evolve itself to adapt itself to the changing socio-economic conditions. Now, such changes in the Constitution can be incorporated only…

Bonded Labour Law in India

Author: Sakshi Sethi from Rajiv Gandhi National University Of Law, Patiala.

India is a country dealing with situational ironies, where on one hand, we provide a democratic status to the country with equality for all citizens but the reality is heart wrenching. There are still certain sections of the society…

Minority Institutions and state control

Author: Kunwar Bir Singh from University Institute Of Legal Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

The Indian Constitution visualizes the social order “in which justice – socio, economic and political – shall inform all the institutions of the national life. It envisages a welfare state, which would not only serve the immediate needs of the society but would protect, promote and preserve enduring…