Constitutional Morality: A Critical Analysis

The Indian Constitution is a living document that consistently evolving whether by the judicial interpretation or by the introduction of different-2 legislations new dimensions of the constitution are being unfolded which conspicuously tends to uphold the majesty of the constitution. However, the common object of all these various developments of new constitutional dimensions is toContinue reading “Constitutional Morality: A Critical Analysis”

The Plight of Indian Dalits: An overview of Culture and Prejudice

The word Dalit means ‘trampled upon/ oppressed’. The term was first coined by Mahatma Jatirao Phule (1827-1890), a social reformer in Maharashtra, to describe the oppressed condition of the ‘untouchables’ and ‘outcastes’ of Western.[1] Dalits reside all over the world and are recognised by the global community as well. According to the Indian Sociologists, theContinue reading “The Plight of Indian Dalits: An overview of Culture and Prejudice”