Polity

  • Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 (POCSO Act)

    The POCSO Act was passed by the Parliament in 2012 to protect minors from crimes like child pornography, sexual assault, and harassment. The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act is its POCSO full form. Under the Ministry of Women and...

    Published On November 23rd, 2023
  • Article 51A Fundamental Duties of Indian Constitution

    In 1976, Swaran Singh Committee recommended Fundamental Duties, the necessity of which was felt during the internal emergency of 1975-77. 10 Fundamental Duties where added inn 43nd Amendment Act of 1976 in the Indian Constitution.The 86th Amendment Act 2002 later...

    Published On November 23rd, 2023
  • Anti Defection Law, Origin, Provisions, Importance & Challenges

    Context:  Maharashtra Assembly Speaker Rahul Narwekar has said that he needs to decide which actions of the rebel MLAs are illegal or unconstitutional before he can take any further action. He will present his decision to the Supreme Court, which...

    Published On October 18th, 2023
  • Berubari Case 1960, Summary, Preamble, Landmark Judgement

    Berubari Case 1960 The Berubari Case of 1960 was a landmark case in the history of the Indian Constitution. In the Berubari Union Case, the President consulted with the Supreme Court of India regarding the Nehru-Noon Agreement that was signed...

    Last updated on May 26th, 2024 04:04 pm
  • Constitution of India History, Evolution, Features, Timeline

    What is a Constitution? A Constitution is central to the administration of the country and to the existence and functioning of a country as a politico-legal entity. They are a set of rules and regulations for a state which set...

    Last updated on May 26th, 2024 04:01 pm
  • Preamble of Indian Constitution Meaning, Objectives, Significance

    Preamble of Indian Constitution The Constitution of India's "Preamble" is a succinct introductory statement that outlines the document's overarching goals and guiding principles. It also identifies the source of the document's authority, i.e., the people. The Constituent Assembly approved it...

    Published On September 15th, 2023
  • Cultural and Educational Rights, Article 29 and 30

    Cultural and Educational Rights  India, as a diverse and pluralistic nation, recognizes the importance of preserving its rich cultural and educational heritage. These rights are an integral part of the fundamental rights enshrined in the Indian Constitution. Let's delve into...

    Published On September 11th, 2023
  • Right to Vote, Constitutional Provisions, Voting rights for Women

    Right to Vote The Right to Vote is a fundamental part of our democratic system. It is the power that allows every eligible citizen to have a say in who leads our country and makes important decisions. This right is...

    Published On September 9th, 2023
  • Right to Constitutional Remedies, Article 32 of Constitution

    Right to Constitutional Remedies  The term "right to constitutional remedies" typically refers to a fundamental right granted to citizens in India. It is a crucial element of constitutional law and provides individuals with the means to seek legal redress when...

    Published On September 9th, 2023
  • National Education Policy 2020, Salient Features, NEP 1986

    National Education Policy 2020 The National Education Policy 2020 is a landmark policy document that aims to transform the Indian education system by providing a more flexible, holistic, and multidisciplinary education. National Education Policy 2020 proposes a new 5+3+3+4 structure...

    Published On September 4th, 2023