Union of India case, the Supreme court upheld the Power of the Parliament to amend any part of the Constitution , including which affects Fundamental Rights of citizens. The outcomes were come that Supreme court held that view that Article which contained provisions relating to the amendment of the constitution merely laid the amending. Union of India case. The judgement left the Parliament with no power to curtail Fundamental Rights. The Supreme Court , Out of Eleven justices , 6 justices were in the Favour of petitioner Majority and 5 justices against the petitioner. Since according to Article 13 2 , the parliament could not make any law that abridges the Fundamental Rights contained in Part III of the Constitution , the meaning of 13 , could not be in violation of Fundamental Rights which is contained in the Constitution of India.
The Impact of Unemployment on Theft: A Case Study of the Punjab Prisons
Artificial groundwater recharge plays a vital role in sustainable management of groundwater resources. The present study was carried out to identify the artificial groundwater recharge zones in Bist Doab basin of Indian Punjab using remote sensing and geographical information system GIS for augmenting groundwater resources. The study area has been facing severe water scarcity due to intensive agriculture for the past few years.
Case 2. It traces the history of the challenges encountered by these two companies in the developing country environment of India from the late s to the present time. Emphasis is placed on lessons learned by the two companies as they.