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The Constitutional Law of India

The Constitutional Law of India

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  • Author(s): Dr. J.N. Pandey
  • Brand: Central Law Agency
  • Edition: 57 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9788194568643
  • Approx. Pages 881 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description

Like the previous edition, this edition of Late Dr. Jai Narain Pandey's Constitutional Law of India, a classic for the law students and competitive examinees is expected to be received warmly by them as well as by the faculty. Some of the cases decided by the Supreme court of vital constitutional importance are worth to be mentioned here. In Lok Prahari v. State of U.P., AIR 2018 SC2209, Section 4(3) of U.P. Ministers (Salaries, allowances and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1981 as amended in 2016 by virtue of which former Chief Ministers of The States were entitled to allotment of Government accommodation for their life time was held to be not based on reasonable classification and, therefore, ultra vires of the Constitution. 
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Contents
Chapter 1     Introduction
Chapter 2     The Nature of the Indian Constitution
Chapter 3     Salient Features of the Indian Constitution
Chapter 4     The Preamble of the Constitution
Chapter 5     The Union and Its Territory (Articles 1-4)
Chapter 6     Citizenship (Articles 5-11)
Chapter 7     Fundamental Rights (Articles 12-13)
Chapter 8     Right to Equality (Articles 14-18)
Chapter 9     Right to Freedom (Articles 19)
Chapter 10   Protection in Respect of Conviction for Offences (Article 20)
Chapter 11   Protection of Life and Personal Liberty (Article 21)
Chapter 12   Safeguards against Arbitrary Arrest and Detention (Article 22)
Chapter 13   Right Against Exploitation (Articles 23-24)
Chapter 14   Right to Freedom of Religion (Articles 25-28)
Chapter 15   Cultural and Educational Rights (Articles 29-30)
Chapter 16   Saving of Certain Laws (Articles 31-A-31-C)
Chapter 17   Right to Constitutional Remedies (Articles 32-35)
Chapter 18   Directive Principles of State Policy (Articles 36-51)
Chapter 19   Fundamental Duties (Articles 51A)
Chapter 20   The Union Executive, The President, Vice-President and Council of
                         Ministers (Articles 52-78 , 123 & 148-151)
Chapter 21   The Parliament (Articles 79-122)
Chapter 22   The Union Judiciary - The Supreme Court (Articles 124-147)
Chapter 23   The State Executive (Articles 153-167 & Article 213)
Chapter 24   The State Legislature (Articles 168-212)
Chapter 25   Privileges of the  Parliament Legislature (Articles 105 and 194)
Chapter 26   The State Judiciary (Articles 214-237)
Chapter 27   The Union Territories and Tribal Areas (Articles 239 and 244A)
Chapter 28   Panchayats, Municipalities and Co-operative Societies (Articles 243, 243A to 243ZT)
Chapter 29   Relations between the Union and the States (Articles 245-293))
Chapter 30  The State Liability (Articles 299-300)
Chapter 31  Right to Property (Articles 300A)
Chapter 32  Freedom of Trade, Commerce and Intercourse (Articles 301-307)
Chapter 33  Services under the Union and the States (Articles 308-323)
Chapter 34  Tribunals (Articles 323A-323B)
Chapter 35   Elections (Articles 324-329A)
Chapter 36   Special provisions Relating to Certain Classes (Articles 330-342)
Chapter 37   Official Language (Articles 343-351)
Chapter 38   Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions (Part XXI, Articles 369-392)
Chapter 39   The Emergency Provisions (Articles 352-360)
Chapter 40   The Amendment of the Constitution (Articles 368)
Chapter 41   Constitutional Amendments
Index
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Author Details
Dr. J.N. Pandey : LL.M, D.PHIL, Ex. Professor of Law Allahabad University, Allahabad
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