The author in this article discusses how federal Constitution is different from Federal Government. It further discusses the concept of federalism and what constitutes the same.
The author here discusses how are executive powers of the President different from his Constitutional powers? The author further discusses the various powers that are being conferred on the President of India.
The author discusses wh ether the Constitution of India is federal or not and to answer the question of whether the Indian Constitution can be called a federal constitution it is necessary to understand the concept of both federal and unitary in order to classify the nature of 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.
The author in this article discusses that aid and advice theory plays a very significant role by enabling the Parliament to hold the legislative power with the President as the executive.
The author here discusses the role of President while Appointing Prime Minister in a Hung Parliament in India and a hung parliament is a term used when no single political party has won enough seats in the parliament (Lok Sabha) to form the government after the elections in a democracy.
Whether the “aid and advice” theory will apply while exercising power under Art. 111 of the Constitution?
The article leads to a very critical discussion about the binding and unjustified existence of cabinet guidance. The binding of the Cabinet Council advice on the President has three approaches.
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
The objective of this research article is to study the trajectory of the second judges’ case to find out why the judicial primacy in judges appointment has been considered as a part of basic structure.
The article aims to study the form of Government that India has adopted and the constitutional provisions which reflect the features of parliamentary form of government in federal structure in India.