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A letter to a leading great man concerning the rights of the people to petition and the reasonableness of complying with such petitions.

Original And Translated From The Norse And Welsh

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        Paginationxvi, 71 p. :
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9 of 1984 promulgated on July 14, 1984, the object of which is to provide for the speedy trial of certain offenses in terrorist affected areas and for matters connected therewith. This personal liberty consists in the power of locomotion, of changing situation, or moving one's person to whatsoever place one's own inclination may direct, without imprisonment or restraint, unless by due course of law.

Kartar Singh vs State Of Punjab on 11 March, 1994

Secretary of State for Home Affairs referred to. Every classification is in some degree likely to produce some inequality, and mere production of inequality is not enough. fundamental right is really involved in a particular case and whether a restriction. " The interplay of diverse articles of the Constitution guaranteeing various freedoms has gone through vicissitudes which have been elaborately traced by Brother Bhagwati.

They are embodied in Part III of the Constitution and they may be classified thus: i right to equality, ii right to freedom, iii right against exploitation, iv right to freedom of religion, v cultural and educational rightsvi right to property, and vii right to constitutional remedies. It would have bee n unwise to do so.

Kartar Singh vs State Of Punjab on 11 March, 1994

Therefore, every legal proposition must in the ultimate analysis be tested on Me touch-stone of pragmatic realism. 14 and 19 of the Constitution we have to consider the objects for which the exercise of inherent rights recognised by of the Constitution are restricted as well as the procedure by which these restrictions are sought to be imposed, both substantive and procedural laws and actions taken under them will have to pass the test imposed by, Arts. It has been seriously contended by Mr Balwant Singh Malik, Senior Counsel that Act 28 of 1987 TADA is ultra vires since the Central Legislature, namely, the Parliament, lacked legislative competence under read with the topics of legislation enumerated in List I Union List and List III Concurrent List of the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution, to enact the TADA Act and that the subject-matter of the impugned Acts in fact fell within the legislative field assigned to the States under Entry of List II State Listnamely, 'Public Order' which is a most comprehensive term with widest import encompassing every activity which leads to violence or disturbs public tranquility.