Article 25 of Indian Constitution Right to Freedom of Religious Conscience

The right to freedom of religion has been given in Article 25 to Article 28 of the Indian constitution. Navigation: Constitution of India > Part 3– Fundamental Rights > Right to freedom of religion > Article 25 Explanation of Article 25 These rights are available to all persons-citizens as well as non-citizens. This article is …

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Article 24 Prohibition of Child Labour In The Indian Constitution

The Right against exploitation given as a Fundamental Right in Article 23 and Article 24 of the Constitution. Explanation of Article 24 Article 24 prohibits the employment of children below the age of 14 years in any factory, mine, or other hazardous activities like heavy industry, construction work, or railway. But it does not prohibit …

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Article 23 Of Indian Constitution Prohibition of Trafficking & Forced Labour

The Right against exploitation given as a Fundamental Right in Article 23 and Article 24 of the Constitution. Explanation of Article 23 This right is available to both citizens and non-citizens. In Indian society, the zamindars, kings-nawabs, or other powerful or rich people used to provide ‘begar’ to the weak and poor and did not …

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Article 217 Appointment of High Court Judge of The Indian Constitution

Navigation: Constitution Of India > Part-6: the state government > Chapter-5: the high courts in the state > Article 217 Article 217: Appointment and conditions of the office of a Judge of a High Court 217(1): Every Judge of a High Court shall be appointed by the President by warrant under his hand and seal 1on the recommendation of the …

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