(A) the supreme court has the power to constitute the indian constitution.
(B) it has the power to declare any law of the legislature or the actions of the executive invalid.
(C) this is applicable both at the union level and at the state level.
(D) it can determine the constitutional validity of any legislation or action of the executive in the country , if challenged .
(E) the supreme court of india has upheld that the basic principles of the constitution cannot be changed by the parliament.
(F) acting as the final interpreter and guardian of the constitution , in recent years the supreme court has given several judgements and directives to protect public interests and human rights.