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Distributive justice under Indian Constitution

Sudesh Kumar Sharma

Distributive justice under Indian Constitution

with reference to right to equality and property

by Sudesh Kumar Sharma

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Published by Deep & Deep Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Constitutional law -- India,
    • Equality before the law -- India,
    • Distributive justice -- India

    • Edition Notes

      StatementSudesh Kumar Sharma ; foreword by V.R. Krishna Iyer ; introduction by S.P. Sathe.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 200 p. ;
      Number of Pages200
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1829836M
      ISBN 108171001513
      LC Control Number89901672
      OCLC/WorldCa20694907

      Distributive Justice in Aristotle's Ethics and Politics David Keyt 1. Introduction first element is the description in Books VII and VIII of constitution under which a polis is ruled by its older citizens, all of whom are men of complete virtue the sort of constitution that elsewhere in the Politics he calls a "true" aristocracy (IV The Constitution of independent India which largely followed the pattern of the Government of India Act, , made provisions for positive discrimination in favour of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (SCs & STs) which constituted about 23% of the divided India’s population.

        Here are some question making attempt to clear the concept of Preamble and State Formation under the Constitution of India By Jagran Josh IST. 9. Good governance, human rights and the rights of minorities/Sushma Yadav. Human rights in Azerbaijan: an overview/Javanshir Majido. Distributive justice and Muslims under Indian Constitution: human rights perspective/Iqbal Ali Khan. The need of communal harmony in India with reference to the Hague Peace Agenda/D.S. Somashekhar.

      Distributive Justice-Poverty and Economic Development V.S. Elizabeth and Justice under the Constitution by providing only theoretical equality The Indian Constitution came into force on 2 6th January, It is the product of the Indian National Movement, a struggle against the.   We can suggest that the application of principles of justice has to practised based on type of society. Rawls himself modified his own theory of justice in his book POLITICAL LIBERALISM. 2] Comment on distributive justice. [/10m/w/1c] Although theory of Justice is at the centre of a discussion on State, there are multiple theories of.


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Distributive justice under Indian Constitution by Sudesh Kumar Sharma Download PDF EPUB FB2

Distributive justice essentially is the function of a just society. The problems of Indian society are so complex, perplex and varied that a single formula for distributive justice cannot be found.

The Constitution of India talks of justice in the Preamble as well as in Article 38 of the Constitution which is a directive principle of state policy. Distributive justice under Indian Constitution.

New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sudesh Kumar Sharma. Welfare State And Distributive Justice Under The Constitution. The Directive Principles of the State Policy contained in Part IV (Arts.

36 to 51) of the Constitution of India set out the aims and objectives to be taken up by the States in the governance of the country. This novel feature of the Constitution is borrowed from the Constitution of Ireland which had copied it from the Spanish Constitution.

PAPER ON THE TOPIC THE PHILOSOPHY OF DISTRUBUTIVE JUSTICE AND ITS RELEVANCE UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION The jurisprudence of distributive justice, according to juristic cynics, is an essay in illusion.

The basic social system is built on gross inequalities and the power to lobby and mould State policy, even judicial policy, is heavily in the hands of the proprietariat.

Globalisation, Democratization and Distributive Justice: Professor Mool Chand Sharma Book titled Globalisation, Democratization and Distributive Justice was. Whenever we read about Justice, we always come across the term "Distributive Justice".

This theory of Distributive Justice was widely discussed by John Rawls in his various books. During my college days, I worked on this topic. Following is a summary of my learning process in this regard. This book was originally a compilation of three lectures delivered by Justice H.R.

Khanna on the making of India's Constitution. With the objective of presenting a more holistic understanding of Justice Khanna's contribution to the making of India's Constitution, the present edition has been thoroughly s: 1.

Distributive justice. There is a furore over the terms of reference of the 15th Finance Commission that has directed it to consider the population figures instead of hitherto used Disclaimer: This edition of the Constitution of India is made available for reference and information of the general public.

The Department has taken all care and effort to ensure to update this edition of the Constitution of India by including all the constitutional amendments till date.

Distributive justice contains the elements of power. The distribution of goods of a community among its members is the responsibility of the individual entrusted with authority to distribute them, so distributive justice pertains to the exercise of power.

Distributive justice is the basis of all other justice. Keywords: Constitutional Law, Principles of Natural Justice, Constitution of India INTRODUCTION The doctrine of Natural Justice is nowhere dealt under the Constitution of India.

+RZHYHU WKH ZRUGV µ-XVWLFH 6RFLDO (FRQRPLF DQG SROLWLFDO OLEHUW\ RI WKRXJKW EHOLH f, worship are incorporate in the Preamble of the constitution. justice denotes what is known as ‘distributive justice’. Political justice implies that all citizens should have equal political rights, equal voice in the government.

Under Indian Constitution the use of social justice is accepted in wider sense which includes social and economical justice. One most lively example of the above two abstracts of the book ‘A Theory of Justice’ can be traced out in the Indian history while framing the Indian Constitution, where the Constitution framers jointly acted to define certain principles of justice (like equality), various rights and duties of the members of the society (e.g.

fundamental rights and duties) and tried to determine the division of social benefits (Art. Under Indian Constitution the use of social justice is accepted in wider sense which includes social and economical justice both.

According to Chief Justice Gajendragadkar. “In this sense social justice holds the aims of equal opportunity to every citizen in the matter of social & economical activities and to prevent inequalities”.

Essay on the Introduction to Justice in Indian Constitution: Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy aim at the fulfillment of aspirations, ideals and objectives of the constitutional fathers enshrined in the Preamble to the Constitution.

The principle of distributive justice, which dates back its origin to Aristotle and as emphasized by John Rawl has been enshrined in the Indian Constitution, Articles and along with Part III and IV of the Constitution.

Various judgments discussing environmental. Equality with equal behavior prohibits arbitrariness in action, inequality is surely be there.

To accept right to equality as an essential element of Justice, India Constitution prohibits unequal behavior on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex. 1 Plato, The Republic, Book-I, BC. 2 of India & Ors.,12 the court said that Article read with Article of the Constitution of India enables this Court to pass such orders, which are necessary for doing complete justice in the territory of India.

The power to do complete justice under Article is in the nature of a. Under Indian Constitution the use of social justice is accepted in wider sense which includes social and economic justice both. “In this sense distributive justice holds the aims of equal opportunity to every citizen in the matter of social & economical activities and to prevent inequalities”.

A Theory of Justice has used it as a pseudonym of distributive justice. The concept of social justice is a revolutionary concept which provides meaning and significance to life and makes the rule of law dynamic. The Constitution of India and Social Justice is not adequately represented in the services under the state.

Article. RAWLS’S THEORY OF JUSTICE THROUGH AMARTYA SEN’S IDEA Dhawal Shankar Srivastav * Abstract “The Idea of Justice” by Nobel Laureate, Amartya Sen is a path breaking work on the concept of justice.

His book is not only an extension but also a critique of John Rawls work – Theory of Justice.Distributive Justice and Its Relevance Under Indian Constitution PAPER ON THE TOPIC THE PHILOSOPHY OF DISTRUBUTIVE JUSTICE AND ITS RELEVANCE UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTION The jurisprudence of distributive justice, according to juristic cynics, is an essay in illusion.Reservation in government services as a measure of protective discrimination has been incorporated under Article 16 (4) of the Indian Constitution.

This particular provision falls under the head of .