Article 49 Constitution of India

Article 49 in The Indian Constitution

Protection of monuments and places and objects of national importance It shall be the obligation of the State to protect every monument or place or object of artistic or historic interests, declared by or under law made by Parliament to be of national importance, from spoliation, disfigurement, destruction, removal, disposal or export, as the case may be

India's Important Case Laws and Landmark Judgments on Constitution of India i.e. Article 49 of Indian Constitution:
Raghunath Das vs Gokal Chand And Another on 1 May, 1958 - Supreme Court of India
In The Matter Of: Under Article 143 vs Unknown on 30 September, 1964 - Supreme Court of India
Kehar Singh & Ors vs Dewan Singh & Ors on 21 January, 1966 - Supreme Court of India
Attar Singh & Others vs The State Of U. P on 17 December, 1958 - Supreme Court of India
M.S. Madhusoodhanan & Anr vs Kerala Kaumudi Pvt. Ltd. & Ors on 1 August, 2003 - Supreme Court of India
M.S. Madhusoodhanan & Anr vs Kerala Kaumudi Pvt. Ltd. & Ors on 1 August, 2003 - Supreme Court of India
Archaeological Survey Of India vs Narender Anand And Ors on 16 January, 2012 - Supreme Court of India
Rev. Mons. Sebastiao Francisco vs State Of Goa on 26 March, 1969 - Supreme Court of India
Unni Krishnan, J.P. And Ors. Etc. vs State Of Andhra Pradesh And Ors. on 4 February, 1993 - Supreme Court of India
Ramsharan Autyanuprasi & Anr vs Union Of India & Ors on 14 November, 1988 - Supreme Court of India 

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