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The Oxford India Short Introductions are concise, stimulating, and accessible guides to different aspects of India. Overview Description Author Information. How do you negotiate that? Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. At the same time, it mdahav integrates key provisions that spell out these roles and functions.
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The Indian Constitution is a remarkable document – it ‘constitutes’ an enormous populace, as diverse and discordant as one can be, into a democratic republic; it has withstood the test of time, war, poverty, political unrest and opprobri Does an average Indian know as much about Article 20 as an average American about the Fifth Amendment? In this short introduction, Madhav Khosla brings to light its many features, aspirations, and khosa.
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What form of citizenship does it embrace? While introducing the institutions of parliamentary democracy, the author reminds the reader that power has been distributed not merely among delicately separated institutions such as the executive, legislature and judiciary; the Constitution khosl extraordinary autonomy to the Election Commission and the Comptroller and Auditor General, although they strictly perform executive functions.
And the manner in which rights are understood and protected. In fact, it was shorter than I had expected. The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution.
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September 03, Product details Reading level: In this short introduction, Madhav Khosla brings to light its many features, aspirations and controversies. A majority of the narrative is based around the cases. Khosala involves the word ‘asymmetry’ in his discourse to relate it to many elements in the Constitution.
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It would, however, be a mistake to treat this as a guidebook or basic introduction to the subject; rather, it presumes a basic understanding on the part of the reader of issues and concerns relating to constitutions in general. He drives home his points with cogent arguments. This book is an exception. Khosla’s outstanding book is far and away the most stimulating introduction to the life of our Constitution: Giving identity to over a billion people, the Indian Constitution is one of the world’s great political texts.
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