The Doctrine of Basic Structure in the Indian Constitution: A Critique
The "Doctrine of Basic Structure" is a judge- made doctrine to put a limitation on the amending powers of the Parliament so that the "basic structure of the basic law of the land‟ cannot be amended in exercise of its 'constituent power‘ under the Constitution.
42nd Amendment, Was it India’s or Indira’s Constitution?
42nd Amendment "is responsive to the aspirations of the people, and reflects the realities of the present time and the future." With these words...
All you need to know about The Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act, 1955
Read everything about the Constitution (Fifth Amendment) Act 1955. The need, purpose, terms and the issues dealt by the Constitution is all here.
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