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The Constitution Of India by Arun K Thiruvengadam

Title The Constitution of India
Author Arun K Thiruvengadam
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2017-12-28
Category Law
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781849468701
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book provides an overview of the content and functioning of the Indian Constitution, with an emphasis on the broader socio-political context. It focuses on the overarching principles and the main institutions of constitutional governance that the world's longest written constitution inaugurated in 1950. The nine chapters of the book deal with specific aspects of the Indian constitutional tradition as it has evolved across seven decades of India's existence as an independent nation. Beginning with the pre-history of the Constitution and its making, the book moves onto an examination of the structural features and actual operation of the Constitution's principal governance institutions. These include the executive and the parliament, the institutions of federalism and local government, and the judiciary. An unusual feature of Indian constitutionalism that is highlighted here is the role played by technocratic institutions such as the Election Commission, the Comptroller and Auditor General, and a set of new regulatory institutions, most of which were created during the 1990s. A considerable portion of the book evaluates issues relating to constitutional rights, directive principles and the constitutional regulation of multiple forms of identity in India. The important issue of constitutional change in India is approached from an atypical perspective. The book employs a narrative form to describe the twists, turns and challenges confronted across nearly seven decades of the working of the constitutional order. It departs from conventional Indian constitutional scholarship in placing less emphasis on constitutional doctrine (as evolved in judicial decisions delivered by the High Courts and the Supreme Court). Instead, the book turns the spotlight on the political bargains and extra-legal developments that have influenced constitutional evolution. Written in accessible prose that avoids undue legal jargon, the book aims at a general audience that is interested in understanding the complex yet fascinating challenges posed by constitutionalism in India. Its unconventional approach to some classic issues will stimulate the more seasoned student of constitutional law and politics.

The Constitution Of India by Parvinrai Mulwantrai Bakshi

Title The Constitution of India
Author Parvinrai Mulwantrai Bakshi
Publisher Universal Law Publishing
Release Date 2017
Category Constitutional law
Total Pages 549
ISBN 9350359790
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title An Introduction to the Constitution of India 5th Edition
Author Pylee M.V.
Publisher Vikas Publishing House
Release Date 2009-11-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9788125918325
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The book has been written for the students of political science, public administration, and law, those preparing for competitive examinations of UPSC and State Service Commissions, political and social workers. The fifth edition includes a summary of the recommendations of the Constitutional Review Commission, which are of considerable importance.KEY FEATURES• For common man’s understanding of the Constitution• Highlighting special features of the Constitution• Focus on important concepts like Fundamental rights, Directive principles, Emergency and Elections

Title Constitution of India and Professional Ethics
Author Anonim
Publisher I. K. International Pvt Ltd
Release Date 2021
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Constitution of India for Children
Author Subhadra Sen Gupta
Publisher India Puffin
Release Date 2020-01-25
Category Social Science
Total Pages 192
ISBN 0143448315
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Every 26th January, people gather on New Delhi's Rajpath amidst a colourful jamboree of fluttering flags, marching soldiers and dancing children. What is celebrated on this day is at the heart of our democracy-the magnificent Constitution of India. The document didn't only lay down the law but united India with a vision that took two years, eleven months and seventeen days to realise. Subhadra Sen Gupta captures the many momentous occasions in Indian history that led to its making in The Constitution of India for Children. Populated with facts and dotted with cheerful illustrations, this book provides answers to innumerable questions asked over the years. Which language is our Constitution written in? Were women a part of the team that drafted the Constitution? Why do political parties have symbols next to their names? What is the official language of India? An essential handbook for every student and denizen of India, here is a compendium of knowledge that serves as an insightful introduction to the most important document of Independent India.

The Republic Of India by Alan Gledhill

Title The Republic of India
Author Alan Gledhill
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2013
Category Law
Total Pages 309
ISBN OCLC:1120811422
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Constitution Of India by Arun K Thiruvengadam

Title The Constitution of India
Author Arun K Thiruvengadam
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2017-12-28
Category Law
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781849468695
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book provides an overview of the content and functioning of the Indian Constitution, with an emphasis on the broader socio-political context. It focuses on the overarching principles and the main institutions of constitutional governance that the world's longest written constitution inaugurated in 1950. The nine chapters of the book deal with specific aspects of the Indian constitutional tradition as it has evolved across seven decades of India's existence as an independent nation. Beginning with the pre-history of the Constitution and its making, the book moves onto an examination of the structural features and actual operation of the Constitution's principal governance institutions. These include the executive and the parliament, the institutions of federalism and local government, and the judiciary. An unusual feature of Indian constitutionalism that is highlighted here is the role played by technocratic institutions such as the Election Commission, the Comptroller and Auditor General, and a set of new regulatory institutions, most of which were created during the 1990s. A considerable portion of the book evaluates issues relating to constitutional rights, directive principles and the constitutional regulation of multiple forms of identity in India. The important issue of constitutional change in India is approached from an atypical perspective. The book employs a narrative form to describe the twists, turns and challenges confronted across nearly seven decades of the working of the constitutional order. It departs from conventional Indian constitutional scholarship in placing less emphasis on constitutional doctrine (as evolved in judicial decisions delivered by the High Courts and the Supreme Court). Instead, the book turns the spotlight on the political bargains and extra-legal developments that have influenced constitutional evolution. Written in accessible prose that avoids undue legal jargon, the book aims at a general audience that is interested in understanding the complex yet fascinating challenges posed by constitutionalism in India. Its unconventional approach to some classic issues will stimulate the more seasoned student of constitutional law and politics.

The Indian Constitution by Granville Austin

Title The Indian Constitution
Author Granville Austin
Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date 1999
Category Law
Total Pages 390
ISBN STANFORD:36105028584360
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With A New Preface That Brings The Work Up-To-Date With Contemporary Developments, The Book Provides The General Reader Some Invaluable Insights Into The Political Motivations Of Indian Life And Close Student Of Indian Affairs The First Published Account To Be Based On Documentary Sources, Of The Workings Of The Constituent Assembly.

Title Introduction to the Constitution of India
Author Durga Das Basu
Publisher Prentice Hall of India
Release Date 1982
Category Constitutional law
Total Pages 423
ISBN UCAL:B4290558
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Incorporates amendments up to March 1980; includes references to the interpretation of statutes and judicial reviews.

Title Soul of The Nation Constitution of India
Author P. R. Gupta
Publisher Educreation Publishing
Release Date 2016-02-22
Category Education
Total Pages 458
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Soul of the Nation : Constitution of India Uniting India-Uniting Indians' is designed for every citizen of India and for competitors of various exams like Civil Services Exams etc. Book defines how Constitution works to run nation and how Constitution is attached with every citizen, class, community, caste, region etc. This book defines how Constitution unites vast India and diverse Indians and sprit of the Constitution. This book defines relation between Union and State and between States. This book also covers national identity, sovereign powers and national duties of Indians. This book covers long term goals of the State. This book also defines type of government, Constitution, executive, judiciary and legislature. This book also covers democratic structure from grass root level to national level. Finally this book covers almost all the aspects of Constitution of India.

Title The Constitution of India
Author P.M. Bakshi
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018
Category Constitutional law
Total Pages 511
ISBN 9386515113
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Constitution of India How it Has Been Framed
Author Pratap Kumar Ghosh
Publisher Prabhat Prakashan
Release Date 1966
Category Study Aids
Total Pages 427
ISBN 9352664833
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Court and the Constitution of India
Author O. Chinnappa Reddy
Publisher OUP India
Release Date 2010-05-20
Category Law
Total Pages 392
ISBN 0198066287
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Written by one of the Supreme Court's most respected judges, this book is a collection of essays on contemporary public law in India and the role of the Supreme Court in formulating it.

Title Making of India s Constitution
Author Anonim
Publisher Eastern Book Company
Release Date 2008
Category Constitutional history
Total Pages 539
ISBN 9788170121084
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Constitution of India
Author Amar Nandi
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1962
Category Constitutional law
Total Pages 379
ISBN UOM:39015022746757
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title We the Children of India
Author Leila Seth
Publisher Penguin Books India
Release Date 2010
Category Children's rights
Total Pages 40
ISBN 9780143331513
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We The Children Of India - The Preamble To Our Constitution is a book authored by eminent Judge Leila Seth. The book is especially meant for children, and the author,

Constitution Of India by Paras Diwan

Title Constitution of India
Author Paras Diwan
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1979
Category Constitutional law
Total Pages 486
ISBN UCAL:B3457229
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Condensation and commentary.

Title Constitution Amendment in India
Author R. C. Bhardwaj
Publisher Northern Book Centre
Release Date 1995
Category Constitutional amendments
Total Pages 596
ISBN 8172110650
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Conscious of the fact that our Constitution was the product of socio-economic forces operating at the time of its enactment, the founding fathers bestowed upon the Parliament the powers under the article 368 of the Constitution to amend it with a view to bringing it in tune with the changing needs and aspirations of the people. Since we adopted the Constitution in 1950, this amending process has been working like a afety valve and has helped in reconciling with the requisites for peace and progress. This publication is a well-documented study on the nature, scope and operation of amending process of the Constitution of India. It contains a brief legislative history and a synopsis of each of the Constitution Amendment Act enacted till August 1994. A brief legislative history of the amending Bills which were either lapsed or withdrawn or removed or negatived after their introduction also forms part of the study. The texts of these Acts and Bills have been reproduced in full in the annexures give statements showing the provisions of the Constitution amended by various Amendment Acts and the number of the Constitution Amendment Bills, as introduced vis-a-vis the number of the Constitution Amendment Acts as passed and status of Bills if removed, lapsed, withdrawn or negatived. It is hoped that the study would be useful not only for Parliamentarians but for all those interested in constitutional studies.

Title A People s Constitution
Author Rohit De
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release Date 2020-08-04
Category History
Total Pages 312
ISBN 9780691210384
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It has long been contended that the Indian Constitution of 1950, a document in English created by elite consensus, has had little influence on India’s greater population. Drawing upon the previously unexplored records of the Supreme Court of India, A People’s Constitution upends this narrative and shows how the Constitution actually transformed the daily lives of citizens in profound and lasting ways. This remarkable legal process was led by individuals on the margins of society, and Rohit De looks at how drinkers, smugglers, petty vendors, butchers, and prostitutes—all despised minorities—shaped the constitutional culture. The Constitution came alive in the popular imagination so much that ordinary people attributed meaning to its existence, took recourse to it, and argued with it. Focusing on the use of constitutional remedies by citizens against new state regulations seeking to reshape the society and economy, De illustrates how laws and policies were frequently undone or renegotiated from below using the state’s own procedures. De examines four important cases that set legal precedents: a Parsi journalist’s contestation of new alcohol prohibition laws, Marwari petty traders’ challenge to the system of commodity control, Muslim butchers’ petition against cow protection laws, and sex workers’ battle to protect their right to practice prostitution. Exploring how the Indian Constitution of 1950 enfranchised the largest population in the world, A People’s Constitution considers the ways that ordinary citizens produced, through litigation, alternative ethical models of citizenship.

Title Shorter Constitution of India
Author India
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020
Category Constitutions
Total Pages 2243
ISBN 8131253880
Language English, Spanish, and French
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