Search results for ‘preamble

BGS SGS SOMA JV Vs. NHPC Ltd-10/12/2019

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA JUDGMENTS

ARBITRATION-whether the “seat” of the arbitration proceedings is New Delhi or Faridabad, consequent upon which a petition under Section 34 of the Arbitration Act, 1996 may be filed dependent on where the seat of arbitration is located.

Constitution of France

France is an indivisible, secular, democratic and social republic

The French People solemnly proclaim their attachment to Human Rights and to the principles of national sovereignty as defined by the Declaration of 1789, confirmed and supplemented by the preamble to the 1946 Constitution, as well as to the rights and duties defined in the 2004 Environmental Charter.

By virtue of these principles and that of the self-determination of the peoples, the Republic offers to the overseas territories which manifest the will to join it new institutions based on the common ideal of freedom, equality and fraternity and designed for their democratic development.

Historical Matters Concerning Xinjiang : Full Text

To survive and develop, religions must adapt to their social environment. The history of religions in China shows that only by adapting themselves to the Chinese context can they be accommodated within Chinese society. The 70-year history of the PRC also shows that only by adapting to socialist society can religions in China develop soundly. We must uphold the principle of independence and self-management of China’s religious affairs, and prevent all religious tendency that seeks to divest itself of all Chinese elements.

The French Constitution

France is an indivisible, secular, democratic and social republic

The French people solemnly proclaim their commitment to human rights and the principles of national sovereignty as defined by the Declaration of 1789 , confirmed and supplemented by the preamble to the 1946 Constitution , as well as the rights of the people. and duties defined in the 2004 Environmental Charter .

ROME STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

International criminal court ICC

An International Criminal Court (“the Court”) is hereby established. It shall be a permanent institution and shall have the power to exercise its jurisdiction over persons for the most serious crimes of international concern, as referred to in this Statute, and shall be complementary to national criminal jurisdictions.

Sabarimala review petitions referred to Seven Judges bench by SC Read full judgment – 14/09/2019

LATEST SUPREME COURT JUDGMENTS

Kantaru Rajeevaru Vs Indian Young Lawyers Association Thr. its General Secretary And Ors-The decision of the Seven Judges bench of this Court in Commissioner, Hindu Religious Endowments, Madras vs. Shri Lakshmindra Tirtha Swamiar of Shirur Mutt (Shirur Mutt) (1954) SCR 1005 holding that what are essential religious practices of a particular religious denomination should be left to be determined by the denomination itself and the subsequent view of a Five Judges bench in Durgah Committee, Ajmer vs. Syed Hussain Ali & Ors. (1962) 1 SCR 383 carving out a role for the court in this regard to exclude what the courts determine to be secular practices or superstitious beliefs seem to be in apparent conflict requiring consideration by a larger Bench.