Tuesday, November 29, 2011

INDIAN CONSTITUTION:
PART III
FUNDAMENTAL
RIGHTS
General
ARTICLE
12. Definition
13. Laws of
inconsistent with or
in derogation of the
fundamental rights.
Right to Equality
ARTICLE
14. Equality before
law.
15. Prohibition of
discrimination on
grounds of
religion,race,caste,
sex or place of birth.
16. Equality of
opportunity in
matters of public
employment.
17. Abolition of
Untouchability
18. Abolition of titles.
Right to Freedom
ARTICLE
19. Protection of
certain rights
regarding freedom
of speech, etc.
20. protection in
respect of conviction
for offences.
21. Protection of life
and personal liberty.
22. Protection
against arrest and
detention in certain
cases.
Right against
Exploitation
ARTICLE
23. Prohibition of
traffic in human
beings and forced
labour.
24. Prohibition of
employment of
children in factories,
etc.
Right to Freedom of
Religion
ARTICLE
25. Freedom of
conscience and free
profession, practice
and propagation of
religion.
26. Freedom to
manage religious
affairs.
27. Freedom as to
payment of taxes
for promotion of any
particular religion.
28. Freedom as to
attendance at
religious instruction
or religious worship
in certain education
institutions.
Cultural and
Educational Rights
ARTICLE
29. Protection of
interests of
minorities.
30. Right of
minorities to
establish and
administer
educational
institutions.
31. [Repealed.]
Saving of Certain
Laws
ARTICLE
31A. Savings of laws
providing for
acquisition of
estates,etc.
31B. Validation of
certain Acts and
Regulations
31C. Saving of laws
giving effect to
certain directive
principles
31D. [Repealed.]
Right to
Constitutional
Remedies
ARTICLE
32. Remedies for
enforcement of
rights conferred by
this Part.
32A. [Repealed.]
33. Power of
Parliament to modify
the rights conferred
by this Part in their
application to
Forces, etc.
34. Restriction on
rights conferred by
this Part while
martial law is in
force in any area.
35. Legislation to
give effect to the
provisions of this
Part.