Author: Purnima Naidu

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DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS by PURNIMA NAIDU @ LexCliq

DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS  DPSP and Fundamental rights Fundamental Rights are described as the basic rights guaranteed to every citizen of the country under the constitution. They are present in Part III of the Constitution which ensures some rights to all its citizens so that they can live their lives peacefully. […]

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IMPLEMENTATION OF DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY by PURNIMA NAIDU @ LexCliq

Implementation of Directive Principles of State Policy Brief about Directive Principles of State Policy: Part 4 of the Indian Constitution consists of all the DPSP (Directive Principles of State Policy). It covers the Articles from 36 to 51. Article 36 of Part IV defines the term “State” as the one, who has to keep in […]

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IMPORTANCE OF DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY by PURNIMA NAIDU @ LexCliq

Importance of Directive Principles of State Policy Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP) covers the Articles 36-51 in Part IV of the constitution. It mentions protection of women of the country, environmental conservation, rural growth and development, decentralisation of power, uniform civil code, etc. which are considered some of the essentials in making laws for […]

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ENFORCEABILITY OF DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY by PURNIMA NAIDU @ LexCliq

Enforceability of Directive Principles of State Policy Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP): The Directive Principles of State Policy (DPSP) has been taken from the Irish constitution and enumerated in Part IV of the Indian Constitution. The concept behind the DPSP is to create a ‘Welfare State’. In other words, the motive behind the inclusion […]

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LIST OF DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY by PURNIMA NAIDU @ LexCliq

List of Directive Principles of State Policy Article 36 Article 36 contains the definition of State.Unless the context otherwise requires, the definition of “the State” is the same as it is given in Part III which covers Fundamental Rights. The definition given in Article 12 shall apply in this part as well which says that […]

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