Is it time for India to have a Two-Party Democracy?

The only thing worse than 'No answerability' is 'Diffuse Answerability' In the current scenario- Political Party (-ies) have almost completely replaced Individual representative democracy. So my argument will be limited to the answerability of Political Parties for all their actions and inactions! Democracy can be defined in a number of ways, but the common vein … Continue reading Is it time for India to have a Two-Party Democracy?

3 Steps To Take If Police Does Not Register A FIR On Your Complaint

Steps To Take If Police Does Not Register A F.I.R. 

3 Steps To Take If Police Does Not Register A FIR On Your Complaint. Steps To Take If Police Does Not Register A FIR On Your Complaint.Are You Sick Of Police Not Taking Action?What can you do if Police refuses to lodge a FIR-First Information Report ?

BAIL OR JAIL? 10 Factors Which The Court Considers While Granting Bail

Bail is the release of a person who is under arrest or who has already appeared in court, in exchange for a promise to appear in court whenever he will be asked to appear.what are the crucial factors which the court considers while granting or dismissing a bail application.

Facing Arrest By The Police? 5 Vital Rights You MUST know.

Vital Rights You MUST know if Facing Arrest By The Police Are you or anyone you know, facing arrest by the police? Use this information to protect your rights if arrested by the police. Rights and Laws You Must Know To Protect Yourself If Facing Arrest By The Police  You have the Right to […]

CAN WE MAKE MILITARY SERVICE COMPULSORY FOR INDIANS?

Can you imagine every Indian man and woman over the age of 18 years, attending compulsory military training? Many nations including Singapore, Israel and Switzerland have compulsory military service. So can we implement something like this in India? Will it be of any benefit? Are there any drawbacks of such compulsory services?  Let us argue both sides of the coin about Conscription

Did You Know About Your Right To Remain Silent

Indian Constitution and that of U.S.A allow the Fundamental Right to Remain Silent to Protect from being incriminated in law. Under Indian law, the principle has been given Constitutional status by incorporating it under Article 20(3) of the Constitution. It says:No person accused of any offence shall be compelled to be a witness against himself.

The Difference between Fundamental Rights & DPSP and Similarity too

Q. I have a funny doubt. Can a citizen demand the government to obey the DPSPs? I wonder whether the DPSP's are also my rights? My ANSWER: For most students of law and constitution, it is common knowledge that Part 3 of the Constitution deals with Fundamental rights, while Part 4 of the Constitution deals … Continue reading The Difference between Fundamental Rights & DPSP and Similarity too