A Study of Indian Laws

Published: 06th June 2015 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th June 2015 01:10 AM   |  A+A-

basbasbas.PNGJustice V Dhanapalan has taken strenuous efforts to look into the Constitution Assembly debates, wisdom of framers of the Constitution and their legislative intentions, by applying his mind to the very fundamentals of the Constitution and the basic structure doctrine. The author’s endeavour to analyse the presidential powers and the Prime Ministerial powers and their functioning in dealing with the constitutional principles and also the exercise of those powers in their domain and wisdom, including the analysis of various case-laws, enlightenment upon the foundation of our democratic principles and good governance, sustaining the constitutional principles even on an occasion of constitutional crisis, requires a special mention.

This book will guide everyone to keep abreast of the importance of the Indian Constitution in his or her life and in focusing on India as the greatest democracy, and also make every country of the world look forward to us to know how effective and successful the functioning of the democracy is in our country.

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