Introduction To The Constitution Of India

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Publisher PHI Learning All Law books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120350892
Number of Pages 476
Edition Seventh Edition
Available in all digital devices
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About The Book Introduction To The Constitution Of India
Book Summary:

Seventh Edition of this book has undergone thorough revision. It incorporates the 99th Amendment to the Constitution as also the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act, 2014. These Acts have paved the way to a new method of appointment of judges of the Supreme Court and the High Courts. These Acts are likely to come into force soon.

All important decisions of the Supreme Court reported till the end of December 2014 have been duly referred and cited.

The book has been well received as a text for the students of LL.B. and LL.M. It is specifically designed to serve the needs of candidates appearing for Civil Services and Judicial Services examination. It gives a thought provoking and update overview of the Constitution.

What is New to the Seventh Edition

1. New procedure for appointment of judges of Supreme Court and the High Courts.
2. The Constitution 99th Amendment Act, 2014 and the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act, 2014included.
3. A new chapter devoted to Comptroller and Auditor General of India.
4. Mentioning the helpful role of USA in Indias freedom struggle.
5. New chapter on Cooperative Societies and The Constitution 97th Amendment Act.
6. Validating an invalid law.
7. Compulsory retirement is not punishment.
8. Power of Supreme Court under Art. 142.
9. Continuous mandamus.
10.A note on Democracy and Socialism.
11.Events before the Framing of the Constitution (Chapter 1) completely revised.
12.Principles for judging Constitutional validity.
13.Fresh comments on 3 famous cases (Mandal case, Bommai case and A.D.M. Jabalpur case).
14.Difference between Government and a Corporation.
15.Disciplinary proceedings against subordinate judiciary.
16.Numerous other updates and comments.

Table of Contents:

Preface to the First Edition

Table of Cases

1. Events Before the Framing of the Constitution

2. Salient Features of the Constitution

3. The Federal System

4. The Preamble

5. Territory of the Union and Formation of States

6. Citizenship

7. Fundamental Rights

8. Directive Principles of State Policy

9. Fundamental Duties

10. The Union Executive

11. The Union Legislature

12. The State Executive

13. State Legislatures

14. The Judiciary

15. The Supreme Court of India

16. The High Courts

17. Union Territories

18. Local Government

19. The Cooperative Societies

20. Relations between the Union and the States

21. Property, Contract and SuitsGovernment Liability

22. Right to Property

23. Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse

24. Services under the Union and the States

25. Public Service Commissions

26. Elections

27. Official Language

28. Emergency Provisions

29. Amendment of the Constitution

30. DefectionsTenth Schedule

31. Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes

32. Delegated Legislation

33. Natural Justice

34. Public Interest Litigation

35. Comptroller and Auditor General of India