Dictatorship is a form of government in which a country or a group of countries is ruled by one person (a dictator) or by a political entity, and power is exercised through various mechanism in order to ensure that the entity's power remains strong. A dictatorship is a type of authoritarianism, in which politicians regulate … Continue reading Dictatorship
A State is a type of polity that is an organized political community living under a single system of government. The term 'State' can also refer to the secular branches of the government within a state, often as a manner of contrasting them with religious and civilian institution. There is no academic consensus on the … Continue reading Definition of State
The question whether Political Science is a science or not has been going on for a long time. Writers are divided on this issue. Some writers considers Political Science to be a science while it is alleged by some critics that Political Science has been an unwarranted intruder in the domain of science. Traditional scholars like Aristotle, … Continue reading Is Political Science a Science?
Consideration is essential for a valid contract. It is the price for a promise- a quid pro quo. It is the value received as incentive for the promise. A contact without consideration is not binding on the parties. Blackstone defined consideration as "the recompense given by the party contracting to the other". Pollock took consideration … Continue reading Consideration
Political science is interpreted in different ways by different scholars in its long journey. So it is very difficult to get a very comprehensive and universally accepted definition. There are some definition of political science which obviously focuses all their attention in the State. In their definition, the State is huge and the only object … Continue reading Definition of Political Science
1. Sociology makes scientific study of society: Prior to the emergence of Sociology, the study of Society was carried on in an unscientific manner and Society was never a central concern of any science. It is true that the study of sociology, the true scientific study of society has not been possible. Scientific knowledge of … Continue reading Importance of Sociology
Hindu law is not a law as understood in modern times. A law in the present sense would mean an act framed by the legislature of a State. Hindu law has not been made by legislature but it is the law made by the Divine Being and which has been re-built in the Vedas. It … Continue reading Nature and Scope of Hindu Law
Sources of Hindu Law can be divided into two parts- Ancient and Modern 1. Ancient Sources Before the codification of Hindu Law, the ancient literature was the only source of the law. These sources can be divided into Four categories- A. Shruti Shruti means " what is heard". It is believed that the rishis … Continue reading Sources of Hindu Law