Sources of the Indian Constitution
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Sources of the Indian Constitution

Indian Constitution is an essential and fundamental document that forms the basis of the Republic of India. It is the origin of the state, the government, citizenship, rights, liberty & justice. However, it is often criticized for not being original per se, because many of its provisions are borrowed from other countries.

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Analysis of One Nation, One Election
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Analysis of One Nation, One Election

With large scale implications on the Indian political scenario,“simultaneous elections” are two words that have been doing the rounds on media and have caught the attention of millions of political enthusiasts all over the country and across the globe. This concept was merely a proposal to conduct both the State Assemblies elections and the Lok Sabha polls at the same time. Instead of having multiple elections throughout the span of five years, it was proposed that the elections could be held once in five years. It could either be held in one single phase or multiple phases for the purpose of practicality.

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Scraping of Articles 370 & 35A. How, When and What?
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Scraping of Articles 370 & 35A. How, When and What?

In 1957, Kashmir was formally incorporated into the Indian Union. It was granted a special status under Article 370 of India's constitution.

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