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Central Government Act Article 26 in The Constitution Of India 1949 26. Freedom to manage religious affairs Subject to public
Central Government Act
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Government Act Section 26 in The Companies Act, 1956 26. Articles prescribing regulations. There may in the case
Central Government Act
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contained in Article 19(1)(g) and/or Article 26 , while in the case of linguistic and religious minorities ... restrictions that may be placed under Article 19(6). Article 26 gives the right to every religious denomination to establish
Supreme Court of India
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fundamental rights of the petitioner guaranteed under articles 19(1)(f), 25, 26 and 27 of the Constitution ... religious denomination under clauses (a), (b) and (c) of article 26 of the Constitution. Section 99 vests a revisional jurisdiction
Supreme Court of India
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religious denomination under clauses (a), (d) and (c) of article 26 of the Constitution. Section 99 vests a revisional jurisdiction ... hence constitutes a religious denomination within the meaning of article 26 of the Constitution. This religious denomination has a fundamental
Supreme Court of India
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appellants' fundamen-tal rights enshrined in Articles 25(1) and 26(b) and (d) of the Constitution ... profess and practise any religious belief offending Articles 25 and 26 of the Constitution. We find no force
Supreme Court of India
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part of the major religion is protected by Article 26 , the major religions themselves as genus are entitled ... protection of Article 26. Institutions belonging to them cannot, therefore, be regulated under the law offending their right to religious
Supreme Court of India
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otherwise. He submitted there was violation of Article 26 of the Constitution as well. 12. Shri T. C. N. Menon ... belonging to the denomination will necessarily be violative of Article 26 of the Constitution." "We find there is considerable force
Kerala High Court
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issue of violation of the constitutional rights protected under Article 26 of the Constitution of India, 1950 (hereinafter referred ... orders impugned therein were violative of the provisions of Article 26 of the Constitution. E. Aggrieved, the State of Madras
Supreme Court of India
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SC1576 (3) ACT: Constitution of India, 1950- Article 26 , 31 (2)- Right to compulsorily acquire, property of religious denomination--Scope ... right under Article 26(c). Constitution of India, 1950- Article 31 A-Gujarat Devasthan Inams Abolition Act, 1969-If entitled
Supreme Court of India
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