Prorogation of the UK Parliament and its challenge before the UK Supreme Court

The United Kingdom (‘UK’) Supreme Court has recently finished hearing arguments in Miller v. Prime Minister, a case which shall go down as one of the most important constitutional law decisions in the country’s history. The Supreme Court in the aforesaid case is adjudicating whether the prorogation of the UK Parliament by Her Majesty the …

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Understanding the law governing PILs in light of the petition challenging the presidential order concerning J&K

[Picture credit: Outlook India] The year 2018 shall go down as a monumental year in the history of the Supreme Court of India. The Court through its judgments granted women the right to enter the Sabarimala temple, struck down the discriminatory provision of adultery, agreed to live stream its proceedings etc. The doors of the …

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