The Hindu Business Line  Dec 13  Comment 
Will take up interlocutory applications seeking interim relief against Centre’s decision on linking of Aadhaar with various schemes
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 15  Comment 
The Supreme Court today said the Constitution provided restrictions on legislative powers of the Union Territory of Delhi amid claims of the AAP government that Parliament’s power to override legisla...
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 3  Comment 
Will also deal with pleas to deposit demonetised notes
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 30  Comment 
A Constitution Bench would be set up to hear a clutch of petitions challenging the Centre’s decision to make Aadhaar mandatory for availing various services and government welfare schemes, the Suprem...
Forbes  Oct 25  Comment 
The Belt and Road Initiative becomes constitutional.
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 24  Comment 
Xi Jinping along with Premier Li Keqiang ranked number one and two in the Communist Party of China’s hierarchy
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 23  Comment 
Parties in favour of amending the US-drafted charter won nearly 80 per cent of the seats in Sunday's lower house election
MarketWatch  Oct 23  Comment 
Prime minister framed vote as referendum on his handling of economy and threat from North Korea; he’s expected to use the strong endorsement to push forward with an effort to revise the constitution.
New York Times  Oct 18  Comment 
At issue is whether the Trump Hotel in Washington violates a provision banning federal officials from accepting economic benefits from governments at home or abroad.



A composition of something , a written record of a body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed.

The US Constitution specifies the powers and duties of each branch of government. The Constitution reserves all unenumerated powers to the respective states and the people, thereby establishing the federal system of government. The Constitution does not give freedoms, it takes them away. What the Constitution does not take away from the people, it leaves for the states. The Bill of rights protects the rights of the people from the Constitution.

Constitution 14c law, regulation, edict, act of settling, settled condition, anything arranged or settled upon, regulation, order, ordinance Action of establishing, is from 1580s; that of "way in which a thing is constituted" is from c.1600;. Sense of "mode of organization of a state" is from c.1600; that of "system of principles by which a community is governed" dates from 1730s; especially of a document of written laws since the U.S. and French constitutions, late 18c. [1]

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