Judicial independence is the bedrock principle that ensures the fair and impartial administration of justice, free from undue influence, inducements, pressures, threats, or interference.
The Indian Constitution, through Article 39A, emphasizes that the state shall ensure the provision of free legal aid for citizens to ensure that economic or other disabilities don’t hinder justice.
The 74th Amendment to the Indian Constitution, enacted in 1992, provided the constitutional status to urban local bodies (ULBs) such as Municipalities and Municipal Corporations.
Parliamentary Sovereignty is a concept in constitutional law that refers to the supreme legal authority of a parliament to legislate without being bound by written law or judicial review.
Presiding Officers are the authorities responsible for maintaining order and decorum, overseeing the proceedings, and ensuring adherence to the rules and procedures of the respective legislative bodies
India, despite its vast potential and impressive economic growth rates, has often been critiqued for the inadequate emphasis laid on human resource development (HRD).
The Competition Commission of India (CCI) is a statutory body established under the Competition Act, 2002.
E-governance, the use of digital technology to streamline and enhance the interaction between citizens and the government, has been hailed as a revolutionary step towards realizing the principles of transparency, accountability, and effectiveness.
SCO is a comprehensive regional organization promoting political, economic, and security-related cooperation among its members.
The Indian diaspora in the West is not just a testament to individual achievements but also a strategic asset for India.