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After the post-independence era, India brought down some very essential fundamental rights.
Jump to navigation. The Supreme Court has declared access to internet a fundamental right. A government cannot deprive the citizens of fundamental rights except under certain conditions explicitly mentioned in the Constitution. The ruling came on hearing of a plea in connection with Internet blockade in Jammu and Kashmir since August 5 -- in the view of revoking of Article in the Union Territory. Indian constitution makes the right to freedom of speech and expression a fundamental right for all citizens.
Jump to navigation. The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India which lays down the fundamental political code, rights and duties of citizens, directive principles of state policy, procedures, structures and powers of governmental institutions. It is the longest written constitution in any country on earth and is divided into articles demarcated into 22 parts and 12 schedules. The document establishes constitutional supremacy, i. The Indian Constitution recognizes the sanctity of animal life and lays down the protection and treatment of animals with dignity as a fundamental duty of its citizens.
Jump to navigation. With articles in 25 parts, 12 schedules, 5 appendices, and 98 amendments, the Constitution of India is the longest written constitution of any independent country in the world. It was adopted on November 26, , while it came into force on January 26, , when all the members of the Constituent Assembly signed the documents. The original copies of the Constitution are now kept in special helium-filled cases in the Library of the Parliament of India.
Indian Constitution provides its citizens with the Fundamental Rights and lists the Fundamental Duties to be followed by them. The Constitution covers a broad spectrum of domains to protect the rights of the common man by introducing six rights as Fundamental Rights Part III of the constitution. Gandhi equated freedom with self-rule because he wished to build into the concept of freedom the notion of obligation to others as well as to oneself, while retaining the element of voluntariness that is the very basis of freedom. The notion of self-rule implies the voluntary internalization of our obligation to others which will be obstructed by our placing ourselves at the mercy of our selfish desires.
What Are Human Rights? Its roots, however, lie in earlier tradition and documents of many cultures; it took the catalyst of World War II to propel human rights onto the global stage and into the global conscience. Most societies have had traditions similar to the "golden rule" of "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
Fundamental Rights are the most important characteristics of the Constitution. Fundamental Rights are considered to be essential for the proper moral and material uplift of people. These rights are fundamental in the sense that any law passed by the legislature in the country would be declared as null and void if it is derogatory to the rights guaranteed by the constitution.
Puttaswamy Retd vs Union of India is a resounding victory for privacy. The ruling is the outcome of a petition challenging the constitutional validity of the Indian biometric identity scheme Aadhaar.
CHAPTER 3. FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES AND. FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES. CONTENTS. A. Fundamentals of the Constitution.Reply