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S Saran Nath

Sep 12, 2014

Describe sedition act 1870.

The Sedition Act, allowed the government to arrest or detain any person without a fair trial in the court who was seen protesting or criticizing the British authority. 

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Vilas

Aug 23, 2014

what unpopular laws that are currently protesting in india

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Aman Sathe

Aug 30, 2014

Why seditation act of 1870 was abritrary and why it contradict the rule of law.??

Sedition act sateted that any person protesting or criticising the British goverment could be arrested without due trial.

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Noor

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What was the Rowlatt Act ?

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Sep 9, 2017

what is the difference between rowlatt act and sedition act of 1870

(i) Sedition Act 1870 allowed the government to arrest any person who was seen protesting or crticising the british authority without having any fair trial in the court. Under this act people were arrested with...

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Rishita

Oct 8, 2014

How is  law  passed by the parliament?

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S Saran Nath

Sep 12, 2014

what role do the citizens play in the evolution of a new law ?

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NextGurukul Guest User

Aug 22, 2017

Short note on Hindu succession amendement act 2005

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Abhijit Roy

Jul 19, 2015

Difference between general bill and money bill ?

Difference between general bill and money bill  is an ordinary bill can be introduced in any of the houses of the parliament but whereas money bill can only be introduced in the lok sabha. and another majo...

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S Saran Nath

Sep 12, 2014

what do people do to critizise unfair laws of the government ?

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S Saran Nath

Sep 12, 2014

Describe sedition act 1870.

The Sedition Act, allowed the government to arrest or detain any person without a fair trial in the court who was seen protesting or criticizing the British authority. 

 This ...

Answer (1)

Vilas

Aug 23, 2014

what unpopular laws that are currently protesting in india

a. Prevention of terrorism act (POTA) - This law has been opposed on the basis that it gives draconian powers of arrest without warrant to the police in the case of suspected terrorists.

b. Armed...

Answer (2)

Aman Sathe

Aug 30, 2014

Why seditation act of 1870 was abritrary and why it contradict the rule of law.??

Sedition act sateted that any person protesting or criticising the British goverment could be arrested without due trial.

Answer (2)

Noor

Sep 6, 2015

What was the Rowlatt Act ?

Rowlatt Acts, (February 1919), legislation passed by the Imperial Legislative Council, the legislature of British India. The acts allowed certain political cases to be tried without juries and ...

Answer (1)

NextGurukul Guest User

Sep 9, 2017

what is the difference between rowlatt act and sedition act of 1870

(i) Sedition Act 1870 allowed the government to arrest any person who was seen protesting or crticising the british authority without having any fair trial in the court. Under this act people were arrested with...

Answer (1)

Rishita

Oct 8, 2014

How is  law  passed by the parliament?

A Bill is the draft of a legislative proposal. It has to pass through various stages before it becomes an Act of Parliament.  The stages are:
The Bill is to pass through so many stages before it bec...

Answer (2)

S Saran Nath

Sep 12, 2014

what role do the citizens play in the evolution of a new law ?

Evolution new Law :
There are many ways through which this takes place and it is often
different groups in society that raise the need for a
particular law. An important role of Parliame...

Answer (1)

NextGurukul Guest User

Aug 22, 2017

Short note on Hindu succession amendement act 2005

Answer.

It is One of the most significant amendments in the Hindu Succession.The Hindu Succession Act, 1956 is an Act of the Parliament of India enacted to amend and ... Parts of this Act was ame...

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Abhijit Roy

Jul 19, 2015

Difference between general bill and money bill ?

Difference between general bill and money bill  is an ordinary bill can be introduced in any of the houses of the parliament but whereas money bill can only be introduced in the lok sabha. and another majo...

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S Saran Nath

Sep 12, 2014

what do people do to critizise unfair laws of the government ?

Sometimes a law can be constitutionally valid and hence legal, but it can continue to be unpopular and unacceptable to people because they feel that the ...

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