Shankari Prasad v. Union Of India (AIR 1951 SC 458)

Bench Justice H.J. Kania Justice M. Patanjali Sastri Justice B.K. Mukherjea Justice Sudhi Ranjan Das Justice N. Chandrasekhara Aiyar Parties Petitioner- Sri Shankari Prasad Singh Deo Respondent- Union of India & State of Bihar Introduction “Constitution is not a mere

I. R. Coelho v. State Of Tamil Nadu

Bench Justice Y.K. Sabharwal  Justice Ashok Bhan  Justice Arijit Pasayat Justice BP Singh Justice S.H. Kapadia Justice C.K. Thakkar  Justice P.K. Balasubramanyam Justice Altamas Kabir Justice D.K. Jain Parties Respondent- I.R. Coelho (Dead) by LRs Petitioner- State of Tamil Nadu

Waman Rao v. Union of India, 1981 2 SCR 1

Introduction The Constitution did not arise certainly. It has advanced time by time while acclimating the social-lawful changes. It is a never-finishing development system, and that’s why many judges have called it an existing article. The fluctuations are needed to

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