Formation of New State under Indian Constitution

The author discusses the fact that the states, regions and mandals of India are not static, unchanging and permanent and the framers had the maturity to accept that states would evolve and change, and therefore made provisions for creation of new states in Indian Union.

India has a President, but not a Presidential Form of Government

The author here discusses how in spite of having a President, India doesn’t have a Presidential form of government. It further discusses how a system of government is not only about the prosperity or freedom of an individual, but also about his/her morality

Subramanian Swamy v. Union of India

The court in this case discusses that reasonableness and proportionality of a restriction is determined from the view point of the interest of the general public at large, and not from the point of view of the person upon whom the restrictions are imposed.

Winding Up of a Company: Processes and Procedure

The author in this article discusses the process of winding up of a company and The Procedure of Winding up of Company is controlled under Section 270 of the Companies Act, 2013.

The Indian Constitution: A Study of the Social Document

The author here discusses the Indian Constitution as a social document and finishes by saying that The Constitution of India is the basis of the Indian laws. It is the lengthiest constitution on the planet and is a blend of unbending nature and adaptability.