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This new edition is a result of the favourable response for the book both from the academic and student fraternity. It incorporates the law as propounded by the. Seventh Edition of this book has undergone thorough revision. It incorporates the 99th Amendment to the Constitution as also the National Judicial. Format: Kindle Edition; File Size: KB; Print Length: pages; Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited; Sold by: site Asia-Pacific Holdings Private.

Salient features : While the Author's Commentary on the Constitution of India and the Shorter Constitution annotate the Constitution Article by Article, primarily from the legal standpoint, the present work offers systematic exposition of the constitutional document in the form of a narrative, properly arranged under logical chapters and topical headings. It will supply the long felt need for an introductory study on the Constitution for the general readers, politicians as well as students and candidates for the Public Service and other competitive examinations. It traces the constitutional history of India since the Government of India Act, ; analyses the provisions of the present Constitution and explains the inter-relation between its diverse contents. It gives an account of the working of each of the provisions of the Constitution during its first decade with reference to statutes and decisions wherever necessary, together with a critical estimate of its trends, in a concluding chapter. The changes made by the different Constitution Amendment Acts up to 83rd Amendment and the re-organisation of the States made by various statutes may be found out at a glance. It provides a glimpse of what a free man in free India can do and should do.

Continuous mandamus. A note on Democracy and Socialism.

Events before the Framing of the Constitution Chapter 1 completely revised. Principles for judging Constitutional validity.


Fresh comments on 3 famous cases Mandal case, Bommai case and A. Jabalpur case. Difference between Government and a Corporation.

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Disciplinary proceedings against subordinate judiciary. Numerous other updates and comments.

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Events Before the Framing of the Constitution 2. Salient Features of the Constitution 3.

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The Federal System 5. Territory of the Union and Formation of States 6. Citizenship 8.

Seventh Edition of this book has undergone thorough revision. These Acts have paved the way to a new method of appointment of judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts.

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These Acts are likely to come into force soon. All important decisions of the Supreme Court reported till the end of December have been duly referred and cited. The book has been well received as a text for the students of LL. It is specifically designed to serve the needs of candidates appearing for Civil Services and Judicial Services examination.

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It gives a thought provoking and update overview of the Constitution. What is New to the Seventh Edition 1.

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New procedure for appointment of judges of Supreme Court and the High Courts. A new chapter devoted to Comptroller and Auditor General of India.

Validating an invalid law.

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Compulsory retirement is not punishment. Power of Supreme Court under Art. Continuous mandamus.