How to Repeal Laws in India?
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How to Repeal Laws in India?

Many amongst us are almost familiar with the law-making process in India wherein a bill is passed by both the Houses of Parliament and then it is sent to the president for assent. But what about its repeal? Only a few would have the idea as to repeal or nullification of the laws in India. Around 58 Acts have been repealed by far. As we have seen that after a lot of resistance from the farmers; PM Modi on the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti addressed the nation that the government will repeal the three new farm laws in the upcoming Winter session of Parliament despite constant efforts made by the Government to convince the farmers on the benefits of the farm laws. Now, the word “repeal” here means to withdraw, annul or revoke any Act of Parliament. But why & how? To know these, read this article.

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AIBE 2021- Exam Analysis & Other Details
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AIBE 2021- Exam Analysis & Other Details

All India Bar Examination is an open-book exam that is conducted so that qualified law graduates can become advocates in India and practice the noble profession. Without clearing AIBE, a law graduate cannot practise in the Indian Courts. It is generally said that the All India Bar Examination is not a hard nut to crack and candidates who follow the syllabus and carry the right bare acts in the examination can clearly do so. 

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How the British Empire’s Civil Services became the IAS
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How the British Empire’s Civil Services became the IAS

With the ever-increasing number of aspirants appearing for the civil services examination, it evidently demonstrates the craze of the UPSC examination among the Indian youth. But what is the history behind this most coveted examination? Let us understand in this article!

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Social Media Sites vs Government of India
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Social Media Sites vs Government of India

The New IT Rules and The Controversy with the Social Media Sites.

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COVID- 19 and Disaster Management Act, 2005
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COVID- 19 and Disaster Management Act, 2005

The entire world is badly hit by the second wave of COVID- 19 with a large population facing medical oxygen shortage! Read on to know how MHA invoked DMA to fight this oxygen crisis.

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Kesavananda Bharati Case & The Basic Structure Doctrine
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Kesavananda Bharati Case & The Basic Structure Doctrine

Have you ever heard about a case popularly known to be the ‘Savior of our Indian Democracy’? Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala (1973) is a significant and the most renowned case in the history of our country whereby a judgment was delivered to protect the democracy of India, and its popularity is because of the fact that it led to a set- up of a largest 13 Judge Bench to hear the case in Indian history. On 24th April 1963, the Supreme Court laid down the Basic Structure Doctrine in this case. In order to understand the main crux of the case let us first discuss the facts and main issue which made it a landmark one.

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