5 Landmark Cases That Changed India's Governance: Golaknath, Keshvananda Bharti, etc. [UPSC CSE/IAS]

Maurice Vega

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  1. Right to property is a constitutional right under Article 300A and NOT a Fundamental right. In the year 1977 the 44th amendment eliminated the right to hold, acquire and dispose of property as a fundamental right. 
    Unacdemy is not expected to deliver such flawed information, specifically when they are catering to UPSC aspirants.

  2. Sir baaki videos to aapke bahot ache hain… But ye video kuch samajh nh aaya… Kahin b cut kardiye ho… Kuch clarity se nai samjhaya aapne.

  3. Kya bakwass video banaya. Sirf reading hi padna tha to iska video kyun banaya?? Kuch pic upload kar dete wahi kafi tha

  4. DEAR UNACADEMY,

    PREAMBLE IS A PART OF CONSTITUTION ACCORDING TO KB CASE, 1973. PLEASE CORRECT IT ASAP.

  5. sir…. wonderful vid…. just wanted to point out that in 1973 the court had held that the preamble is a part of the constitution but not enforceable. Please correct me incase i am wrong.

  6. In re berubari vs UOI it was held that preamble is not part of constitution. In keshvananda Bharati supreme court held preamble as a part of constitution

  7. Roman Saini is a super fake moron! I have seen many of his videos but just stopped after watching for 2-5 mins cus the explanations are so obnoxious that I simply can't take it no more. Why don't you just stop bullshitting around and occupying unnecessary online space with your junk.

  8. Sir you are the person who when takes on to tell/teach sth, I'm assured the concept or the subject matter is clear now

  9. Thanks for such a wonderful information.

    Sorry to say, there is 1 mistake.
    It's Maneka Gandhi, not Menaka.

  10. Arre Roman Saini tm ek doctor hoke advocate kb se hogye…jao na jake apne field me hi rho na ajate ho dusro ko bada law ka cases pdhane …mai khud ek law student hu aur tu jake sbko paracetamol de

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