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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From Despair to Hope: Teenagers Battling Manual Scavenging

The study explores the transformative journey of teenagers who, against all odds, have emerged as resilient champions in the battle against manual scavenging- a dehumanizing and hazardous practice that persists in various parts of the world. Manual scavenging involves the manual cleaning of sewers, septic tanks, and open drains, subjecting individuals to unimaginable health risks

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The Indian Patenting System in Microbiology

In the present modern scientific world, patenting of the microorganisms and microbiological processes plays an important role in the field of microbiology. The study of microorganisms is known as Microbiology, in which an organism that can be viewed under the objective lens of microscopes which are not visible to our human naked eyes known as

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A Critical Analysis of the Concept of No-Fault Liability in a Welfare State in Accordance with the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

On October 1, 1982, an amending Act 47 of 1982 introduced “No-Fault” liability into the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939. As a result of the “No-Fault” liability premise, many provisions guaranteed immediate payments for victims of accidents that resulted in death or permanent disabilities. After this Act was repealed, the Motor Vehicles Act of 1988 was

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The Fundamental Right to Privacy: An Evolving Legal Landscape

The right to privacy is a fundamental and cherished right in many legal systems around the world. It is a right that has evolved significantly over time, adapting to the challenges presented by technological advancements and changing societal norms. This article explores the concept of the right to privacy, its historical development, and its contemporary

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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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