Indian Politics and Law Review Journal

Indian Politics & Law Review Journal is an Annual e-Journal of Law & Political Science bearing ISSN: 2581-7086. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law & Politics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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The Role of Governors in Maintaining India’s Federal Structure

Chapter II (Article 153-163) of the Constitution of India deals with the appointment and powers of the Governors. Even a cursory reading of these constitutional provisions clearly indicates that they can only exercise powers that are granted to them by the Constitution or a law made under it. In Shamsher Singh vs. State of Punjab,

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Implementation of Uniform Civil Code by States in India

The implementation of a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) has been a long-standing issue in India. The UCC would provide a common set of laws governing personal matters such as marriage, divorce, inheritance, and adoption, for all citizens regardless of their religion. In this report, we examine the progress made by various states in India towards

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Will Uniform Civil Code Unite India?

The Uniform Civil Code (UCC) calls for the formulation of one law for India, which would be applicable to all religious communities in matters such as marriage, divorce, inheritance, adoption. The code comes under Article 44 of the Constitution, which lays down that the state shall endeavour to secure a Uniform Civil Code for the

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Empowerment of the Tribal Women Representatives through Panchayat Raj Institutions: A District Level Study of Odisha

The India constitution declares that everyone is entitled to “justice, social, economic and political; equality of status and opportunity; and to promote among them all”. Article-15 (3) to the Constitution of India empowers the state to make special provisions for women. Following  the passing of 73rd Constitutional Amendment Act by Parliament, of  confirmatory legislation providing

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