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The bridge between us and our constitutional values lies burnt

The rule of law propounded by British Jurist A.V. Dicey, says that a constitution is the result of an individual’s rights. But our constitution is made by its writers as the supreme document to prevent us going overboard with undefined rights.

संवैधानिक मूल्यों और कर्तव्यों के प्रति जागरुकता आवश्यक

संविधान की अब तक की सफलता एक महान उपलब्धि है किंतु आगामी समय में चुनौतियां भी कम नहीं है आवश्यकता है कि हम संवैधानिक व नैतिक मूल्यों को सहेजें और अपने कर्तव्यों का निर्वहन करें, अन्यथा संविधान हीलियम के बक्से में बंद एक पुरानी पोथी से बढ़कर कुछ नहीं रहेगा।

Did Dr B.R really made the Indian Constitution? Why is this so hyped about in India?

Dr B. R. Ambedkar in his concluding speech in constituent assembly on 25 November 1949 stated that:- The credit that is given to me does not really belong to me. It belongs partly to Sir B.N. Rau the Constitutional Advisor to the Constituent Assembly who prepared a rough draft of the Constitution for the consideration of Drafting Committee.

The struggle of nationalism in India

We should preserve the true values of Indian nationalism which is selflessness and fellowship until Indians acknowledge the necessity for the restoration of true core values Indian society will remain in a vulnerable state.

Federalism: A case sui generis

Our constitution is a meticulously and magnificiently drafted vision document, which furthers the pluralist ideals with social solidarity, ensures pace of economic development with protection of downtrodden.

Truth of CAA is hard, propaganda of NRC is cheap: Revisiting legality on damage to Public Property

The need for the hour is to know the Truth of CAA which is hard, the propaganda of NRC is cheap.

Why CAA does not violate Article 14: An insight

If we look at Article 14 from a narrow perspective we may end up questioning the lack of one single matrimonial act in India.

Do we need vague idea of ‘constitutional morality’ when we have written exhaustive constitution?

We have such an exhaustive elaborate written constitution suitable to the diversity and culture of India and the needs and aspirations of its people which just needs its textual interpretation depending upon the context.

Is the BJP’s politics of language inclusive?

Article analyses the party’s past stance in Parliament and contributions made in promoting other Linguistic minorities.

Is India paying now for being historically too tolerant?

As Indians we have learnt to adjust a little too much. And the return gift from minorities is really disappointing.

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