Lesson 17 of 22 • 205 upvotes • 10:19mins
This lesson contains description of judicial activism. It also discussed few landmark cases in this regard. There is a discussion on the relationship of judiciary and parliament with special reference to keshwanand bharti case.
22 lessons • 3h 52m
Constitution: Why and How?
Constitution : Why and How?
Rights in the Indian Constitution (Part 1)
Rights in Indian Constitution (Contd)
Rights in Indian Constitution (Part 3)
Rights in Indian Constitution : Directive Principles of State Policy
Election and Representation
Delimitation Commission and Election Commission
Parliamentary Executive in India
Functions of Legislature
Local Government (Contd)
Constitution as a Living Document
Philosophy of the Constitution