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Introduction to the Constitution of India by Durga Das Basu

By: Basu, Durga Das.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Haryana Lexis Nexis Group of Companies 2015Edition: 22nd ed.Description: 554p.ISBN: 9789351434467.Subject(s): Constitutional Law - IndiaDDC classification: 342.02954
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Part I: Nature of the Constitution
1. The Historical Background
2. The Making of the Constitution
3. The Philosophy of the Constitution
4. Outstanding Features of Our Constitution
5. Nature of the Federal System
6. Territory of the Union
7. Citizenship
8. Fundamental Rights and Fundamental Duties
9. Directive Principles of State Policy
10. Procedure for Amendment

Part II: Government of the Union
11. The Union Executive
12. The Union Legislature

Part III: Government of the States
13. The State Executive
14. The State Legislature
15. The State of Jammu & Kashmir

Part IV: Administration of Union Territories
16. Administration of Union Territories and Acquired Territories

Part V: Local Government
17. The New System of Panchayats, Municipalities and Co-operative Societies
18. Panchayats
19. Municipalities and Planning Committees

Part VI: Administration of Special Areas
20. Administration of Scheduled and Tribal Areas

Part VII: The Judicature
21. Organisation of the Judiciary in General
22. The Supreme Court
23. The High Court

Part VIII: The Federal System
24. Distribution of Legislative and Executive Powers
25. Distribution of Financial Powers
26. Administrative Relations between the Union and the States
27. Inter-State Relations
28. Emergency Provisions

Part IX: Miscellaneous
29. Rights and Liabilities of the Government and Public Servants
30. The Services and public Service Commissions
31. Elections
32. Minorities, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
33. Languages
34. How the Constitution has Worked

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