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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 1 – CASES AND MATERIALS

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I
CASES AND MATERIALS

KHAGESH GAUTAM

© KHAGESH GAUTAM | 2014

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CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 1 – CASES AND MATERIALS

TABLE OF CONTENTS
UNIT 1 – THE CONCEPT OF STATE (ARTICLE 12) ................................................................................... 5 RAJASTHAN STATE ELECTRICITY BOARD V. MOHAN LAL ............................................................. 5 R. D. SHETTY V. INT’L AIRPORT AUTHORITY OF INDIA ............................................................... 10 AJAY HASIA V. KHALID MUJIB .................................................................................................... 19 DALCO ENGINEERING V. S. P. PADHYE ....................................................................................... 29 PRADEEP KUMAR BISWAS V. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL BIOLOGY ................................... 36 UNIT 2 – FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS COMPLIANCE REVIEW (ARTICLE 13) .............................................. 52 KESHAVA MADHAVA MENON V. STATE OF BOMBAY .................................................................. 52 STATE OF GUJARAT V. SHRI AMBIKA MILLS ............................................................................... 66 UNIT 3 – EQUALITY CLAUSE (ARTICLE 14) ......................................................................................... 76 DOCTRINE OF REASONABLE CLASSIFICATION ..................................................................................... 76 STATE OF WEST BENGAL V. ANWAR ALI SARKAR ...................................................................... 76 DOCTRINE OF ARBITRARINESS ......................................................................................................... 112 NATURAL RESOURCES ALLOCATION, IN RE SPECIAL REFERENCE NO. 1 OF 2012 ..................... 112 UNIT 4 – AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (ARTICLES 15 AND 16) .................................................................... 135 RESERVATION IN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ................................................................................. 135 STATE OF MADRAS V. CHAMPAKAM DORAIRAJAN .................................................................... 135 RESERVATION IN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT ................................................................................. 139 STATE OF KERALA V. N. M. THOMAS ........................................................................................ 139 INDRA SAWHNEY V. UNION OF INDIA ........................................................................................ 151 UNIT 5 – FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS (ARTICLE 19)........................................................................... 190 POLITICAL SPEECH ......................................................................................................................... 190 ROMESH THAPAR V. STATE OF MADRAS ................................................................................... 190 BRIJ BHUSHAN V. STATE OF DELHI ........................................................................................... 194 FREEDOM OF THE PRESS ................................................................................................................ 195 BENNETT COLEMAN & CO. V. UNION OF INDIA ......................................................................... 195 REASONABLE RESTRICTIONS ON FREEDOM OF SPEECH .................................................................... 207 K. A. ABBAS V. UNION OF INDIA ............................................................................................... 207 AJAY GOSWAMI V. UNION OF INDIA .......................................................................................... 224 FREEDOM OF OCCUPATION ............................................................................................................ 235

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Citations: In BALCO Employees Union v. Union of India, (2002) 2 SCC 333, this Court further
pointed out that the Court ought to stay away from judicial review of efficacy of policy
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