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|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number of Pages||192 Pages|
|Series & Set Details|
|Series Name||Oxford India Short Introductions Series|
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Dec 18, 2012
Not for the laymanA refreshingly new book on the Indian Constitution, through the lens of case-law - in just over 160 pages. But as is claimed, the book is not totally jargon-free, and is definitely not recommended for the uninitiated. Though, a preliminary study or understanding of the constitution perhaps, shall suffice. Also, keep a bare act of the Constitution handy while reading this book. All in all, a good and sprinty read, but this definitely SHOULD NOT be the first book you read on the Indian Constitution. ( Perhaps one can start with Subhash Kashyap, or D.D. Basu- though the latter is quite exhaustive… (Expand)
Sep 14, 2012
book with new tasteThere are plenty of books on the constitution of India but this book gives a new perspective about readings in constitution. The book is not any typical book but picks some parts of the constitution and elaborate it adequately.The book is divided in four chapters discussing the separation of powers and federalism in good length.Worth purchasing.
Nov 8, 2014
Good to ReadBook in good to read with easy to understand chapters. A book that every Indian must have.
Mar 19, 2014
review constitution of indiathe book explains various articles of our constitution in simple and brief format, without complications
Mar 12, 2014
greati wanna say just awesome. in short word in this book display many many of point. we love in short because we have no more time to spent on long story so this book can help who want complete knowledge about indian constitution. i'm very happy because i'm with this red.
Oct 29, 2013
Good start but lost the trackIts a good book no doubt but it has lost track at various places....It has data but interesting facts such as the popular known irony of aya ram gaya ram in election cases is not there....Many more things are missing on this book....It feels like a edited version cut copy pasted from the Indian constitution. Nor is there any critical analysis...After reading the books such as the least dangerous bench and Constitutional interpretation on american constitution....I find this book a waste of time on Indian constitution for people who are above standard 12....as everything in this book is taught … (Expand)
Oct 21, 2013
Something apart from the usual rhetoric!!Book is in the form of essay, with divided topics and perhaps most basic ones existing in the contemporary constitutional debates in India. Author is succinct, clear and cogent in writing. Requires basic understanding of the subject. Presents an academic view point.
Advocate Bharat Chugh
Jan 9, 2013
A Fresh View of the Constitution !This is a work unparalleled ....lucid and fresh. This strong but precise work would really change the way you perceive the constitution, but I would really recommend reading this - not as a first incursion into constitution but after having read a more basic and factual background of the constitution