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The resources page has been designed with great care keeping in mind the requirements of law students who have to go through a lot of trouble when searching for material in the Indian context. Being a legal student himself, Ashwani realised that it was the need of the hour to give compiled information in a single place. Keeping his suggestion in mind, The Indian Law introduced this part of the site to bring that idea into fruition.

Following are the pages that you can browse through and look for what you might need:

Indian Constitution

Office of the President of India

Constitutional Position Of The President

The legal powers of the President are thus vast. Yet he is intended to stand in relation to the Union Administration substantially in the same position as does the King under the English Constitution.

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Rashtrapati Bhawan

The President & His Powers

India is a form of parliamentary government. It is a form of government in which the executive is responsible and answerable to the legislative

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Indian Penal Code

Man shooting dead another man

Culpable Homicide

The Indian Penal Code has defined culpable homicide under section 299 and termed it as manslaughter, highest form of injury to a human being.

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Herbert Spencer

Sociological School Of Jurisprudence

The sociological approach to the study of law is the most important characteristic of our age. Jurists belonging to this school of thought are concerned more with the working of law rather than its abstract content.

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Judge's Hammer

Introduction to Jurisprudence

The word jurisprudence is derived from the Latin word "Jurisprudentia" which means "knowledge of law. In Latin language 'Jure'  or 'Juris' means 'law' and 'prudentia' means 'skills or knowledge'.

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Contract Of Indemnity

Indemnity is a contractual agreement between two parties where one party agrees to pay for potential losses or damages caused by another party.

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Muslim Law

Civil Procedure Code