Introduction to the Constitution of India
By: Brij Kishore Sharma
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The students and teachers have again shown their preference to this book. The author has been receiving favourable comments from the readers. To maintain its standard the author has updated case law and related information. This edition incorporates the law as propounded by the Supreme Court. All important decisions of the Supreme Court reported till July 2011 have been duly referred and cited. It contains a new chapter on Public Interest Litigation. The book is designed and written as a text for students of Law (LL.B. and LL.M.), Political Science and Public Administration. It is designed to make it suitable for Civil Services and Judicial Services examinations. It provides guidance and overview of our Constitution to all those who seek knowledge. WHAT IS NEW TO THIS EDITION: 1. A new chapter on Public Interest Litigation 2. Power of the President to remove a Governor 3. Qualification and duties of Advocate General 4. Role of Patel, Rau and Dr. Ambedkar in the making of the Constitution 5. Power of High Court to direct C.B.I. 6. Criticism of Collegium process 7. Limitations of legislatures to remove a member 8. Meaning of religious instruction 9.
Position of Additional Judge of a High Court 10. Refund of tax paid in excess 11. Basis of equal pay for equal work 12. List of Committees of the Constituent Assembly 13. Permissibility of Narco analysis etc. 14. Constitutionality of MPLAD scheme
About the author: Brij Kishore Sharma
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