General Concept of Fundamental Rights in India

There exist equitable harmony between Parts III and IV of the Constitution, no intention could be inferred by making the fundamental rights conferred by Part III subservient to the directive principles of State Policy set out in Part IV of the Constitution. The Constitution-makers did not contemplate a disharmony or imbalance between the fundamental rights and the directive principles… Read More General Concept of Fundamental Rights in India

Protection of life and personal liberty under Article 21 of Indian Constitution

The Great Idea of  life and liberty In Kartar Singh and Ors. V. State of Punjab (1994) 3 SCC 569, wherein Justice K.Ramaswamy, speaking for the Court, discussed the importance of life and liberty in the following words : “The foundation of Indian political and social democracy, as envisioned in the preamble of the Constitution,… Read More Protection of life and personal liberty under Article 21 of Indian Constitution