Daily Dose of Vocabulary (3rd August, 2018)

Daily Dose of Vocabulary (3rd August, 2018) 1). Eschew (Verb) Definition: deliberately avoid using; abstain from Synonyms: abstain from, refrain from, give up, forgo, forswear, shun, renounce Usage: He appealed to the crowd to eschew violence 2).Knee-Jerk (Adjective) Definition: reacting in a readily predictable way Synonyms: impulse, automatic, involuntary Usage: […]

Daily Dose of Vocabulary (2nd August, 2018)

Daily Dose of Vocabulary (2nd August, 2018) 1). Perceives (Verb) Definition: become aware or conscious of (something); come to realize or understand Synonyms: discern, recognize, become cognizant of, become aware of, become conscious of, get/come to know, tell, distinguish, grasp, understand Usage: his mouth fell open as he perceived the […]

Daily Dose of Vocabulary (1st August, 2018)

Daily Dose of Vocabulary (1st August, 2018) 1). Clamour (Noun) Definition: a loud and confused noise, especially that of people shouting Synonyms: din, racket, loud noise, uproar, tumult, babel, shouting Usage: the questions rose to a clamour 2). Flawed (Adjective) Definition: having or characterized by a fundamental weakness or imperfection […]

Criminal Courts can’t recall even the ‘Patently Erroneous’ Orders under Sec. 362 of Criminal Procedure Code- Reiterated by Supreme Court of India

‘However patently erroneous the earlier order be, it can only be corrected in the process known to law and not under Section 362 Cr.P.C.’ The Supreme Court in Mohammed Zakir vs. Shabana has observed that a Criminal Court including High Court (while exercising criminal jurisdiction) cannot recall an earlier order invoking Section […]

Constitution of India:  An Instrument of Social Change

Importance of Constitution of India & Social Change

Constitution of India:  An Instrument of Social Change Before going to discuss how the Constitution of India has served as an instrument of social change let’s discuss three important things that are related to this.   First, Constitution of India should be understood as the original Constitution adopted on 26 […]