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Law Answer Writing, 26 February 2016

Constitutional Law Answer in about 200 words: 1) “The Constitution of India merely subscribes to three-fold division of gubernatorial functions and not to the doctrine of separation of powers in its absolute rigidity.” Comment. 2) The goals specified in the Preamble contain basic structure of our Constitution, which cannot be amended under Article 368. Elaborate […]

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Law Answer Writing, 26 February 2016

Constitutional Law Answer in about 200 words: 1) “The Constitution of India merely subscribes to three-fold division of gubernatorial functions and not to the doctrine of separation of powers in its absolute rigidity.” Comment. 2) The goals specified in the Preamble contain basic structure of our Constitution, which cannot be amended under Article 368. Elaborate […]

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Law Answer Writing, 25 February 2016

International Law: Answer in 200 words: “A pirate is subject to arrest, trial and punishment by all States on the ground that he is an enemy of mankind”. Examine whether the same principle is applied to a hijacker of an aircraft. Discuss whether the redirecting of an aircraft by its pilot without authorization would fall […]

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Law Answer Writing, 25 February 2016

International Law: Answer in 200 words: “A pirate is subject to arrest, trial and punishment by all States on the ground that he is an enemy of mankind”. Examine whether the same principle is applied to a hijacker of an aircraft. Discuss whether the redirecting of an aircraft by its pilot without authorization would fall […]

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Law Answer Writing, 24 February, 2016

Constitutional Law Answer in 200 words: 1) critically examine the constitutional validity of an amendment deleting Article 16(4) and authorising the State to make job reservation in favour of the backward classes of citizens. 2) Doctrine of equality under the Constitution cannot be applied to legitimise an illegal act. Can equality be invoked to justify […]

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Law Answer Writing, 24 February, 2016

Constitutional Law Answer in 200 words: 1) critically examine the constitutional validity of an amendment deleting Article 16(4) and authorising the State to make job reservation in favour of the backward classes of citizens. 2) Doctrine of equality under the Constitution cannot be applied to legitimise an illegal act. Can equality be invoked to justify […]

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Law 2016, Daily Answer Writing

Constitutional Law 1) Has judiciary been a hindrance or a facilitator in the interpretation of Directive Principles? Examine in the light of various judgments of the Supreme Court. (150 Words) 2) “Fundamental duties are only ethical or moral duties and should not form a part of the Fundamental law.” Comment. (150 Words) 3)  Is ‘Commercial […]

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Law 2016, Daily Answer Writing

Constitutional Law 1) Has judiciary been a hindrance or a facilitator in the interpretation of Directive Principles? Examine in the light of various judgments of the Supreme Court. (150 Words) 2) “Fundamental duties are only ethical or moral duties and should not form a part of the Fundamental law.” Comment. (150 Words) 3)  Is ‘Commercial […]

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Law 2016, Daily Answer writing

Answer in 200 words: 1. Are personal laws ‘law’ for the purposes of Part III of the Constitution ? Discuss with reference to leading case law. 2. What is meant by ‘individual responsibility’ and ‘collective responsibility’ of the Council of Ministers? What would be the consequences of ‘individual responsibility’ in case a Minister of the […]

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Answer in 200 words: 1. Are personal laws ‘law’ for the purposes of Part III of the Constitution ? Discuss with reference to leading case law. 2. What is meant by ‘individual responsibility’ and ‘collective responsibility’ of the Council of Ministers? What would be the consequences of ‘individual responsibility’ in case a Minister of the […]

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