- 7 Jun 2015
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244th Law Commission Report on Electoral Disqualifications
Decriminalising elections: Triggering disqualification of tainted candidates
Summary: This Report dealt with two issues related to electoral reforms – the disqualification of electoral candidates against whom criminal charges had been framed, and the disqualification of candidates filing false affidavits.
Fiscal Federalism and Centrally Sponsored Schemes: Rethinking Article 282 of the Constitution
- Journal Articles
On the Maratha Reservations Judgment: Part II
Apart from holding the Maratha reservations unconstitutional, the Supreme Court also interpreted the 102nd amendment to take away the power of state governments to designate communities as “socially and educationally backward classes”Privacy & Cookies Policy
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