Old Doctrine of Equality v/s New Doctrine of Equality

The Constitution of India Guarantees the Right to Equality under Article 14 to 18. It is one of the most important features for a democratic country to function. Article 14 provides for two important aspects in the Justice System of India i.e. Equality before the law and the Equal Protection of the law and also … Continue reading Old Doctrine of Equality v/s New Doctrine of Equality

Ashok Kumar Kalra v. Surendra Agnihotri [SLP NO. 23599 OF 2018]

Case name – Ashok Kumar Kalra v. Wing CDR. Surendra Agnihotri & Others. Case number – SLP NO. 23599 OF 2018. Forum – Supreme Court of India. Bench – Justice N.V. Ramana, Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar and Justice Ajay Rastogi. Decided on – 19th November, 2019. Facts:  Suit for specific performance was filled by the Respondent 1-plaintiff, the appellant-Defendant 2 … Continue reading Ashok Kumar Kalra v. Surendra Agnihotri [SLP NO. 23599 OF 2018]

DR. RAJASEEKARAN VS UNION OF INDIA AND ORS – JT 2017 (11) SC 465

Road accidents in India are not a rare event on the contrary it has become a daily occurring event. The figures are astonishing, according to the data provided by the road ministry in 2018 India has reported a total of 467,044 which is 0.5%more than the preceding year. If we look at these stats from … Continue reading DR. RAJASEEKARAN VS UNION OF INDIA AND ORS – JT 2017 (11) SC 465

Join Us : Various Positions available at Lexstructor

About the Organization Lexstructor is an online, open access legal news, education and journal publication platform which is dedicated to express views on varied legal issues, thereby generating diversified research emerging areas. This platform shall also encourage the intent of young law students, professionals and members of academia to contribute to the field of law and … Continue reading Join Us : Various Positions available at Lexstructor

DOCTRINE OF LEGITIMATE EXPECTATION

Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation revolves around the relationship between a public authority and an individual.  This principle attained momentum with the rapid evolution of the freedom of an individual and the state.  This principle is a method to keep a balance between the two basic pillars of the society i.e. the public and the administration. … Continue reading DOCTRINE OF LEGITIMATE EXPECTATION

2ND LEXSTRUCTOR NATIONAL ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON ‘RECENT JUDGMENTS ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND IPC’ ON AUG 15, 2020 : REGISTER BY AUG 14

About the Competition: Lexstructor Legal News & Publication is organizing ‘2nd National Online Quiz Competition on ‘Recent Judgments on Constitutional Law and IPC’ on August 15, 2020. Considering the upcoming competitive exams, this competition provides an opportunity for the aspiring candidates as well as the law students to test their skills and brush up their … Continue reading 2ND LEXSTRUCTOR NATIONAL ONLINE QUIZ COMPETITION ON ‘RECENT JUDGMENTS ON CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND IPC’ ON AUG 15, 2020 : REGISTER BY AUG 14

Blog Writing Competition on International Humanitarian Law by Lexstructor: Register by Aug 10, Submit your blog by Aug 20

Lexstructor, the top 45th Indian Law Blog - powered by Feedspot, is delighted to organize Blog Writing Competition on International Humanitarian Law. Students and professionals from law and non-law backgrounds are eligible to participate. Theme: Any contemporary issues under International Humanitarian Law Click here to fill up the registration form! Hurry up, bloggers !! For … Continue reading Blog Writing Competition on International Humanitarian Law by Lexstructor: Register by Aug 10, Submit your blog by Aug 20

Lexstructor National Journal of Law & Technology (Vol. I Issue I) – Deadline for Submission is expired

LEXSTRUCTOR NATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY calls for ORIGINAL as well as UNPUBLISHED research papers, Short Articles and Case Comments for its upcoming Volume 1 Issue 1, June 2020...... Know MORE VOLUME I ISSUE I - JUNE, 2020