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The Indian Presidency: A Re-Appraisal

Madhukar Shyam Chaturvedi (Author)
Synopsis The Constitutional dimensions of the highest political office in India constitute a probe into the implications of this institution at the helm of affairs of a Sovereign, Secular Democratic Republic. The point which is thought inspiring finds its easy beginning in taking the Constitution as it is, but treating the President as it ought to be, particularly in the structural visage of the Constitution which has stipulated a myth of the Federal and Unitary systems fused into one phenomenon. This turns to be a criterion of real assessment of this highest political office in the vast expanse of its functions. The present volume is a critical and comparative probe into the pages of the Constitution wherefrom have devolved the powers which ought to mean what they maintain. The Article on aid and advice to the President which is yet the most sensitive area of the Presidency, has conceivably renovated the controversy far from resolving it, and, as such, claims to be moulded into a reappraisal of the subject and aspires to resolve existing confusion. The wealth of thought widespread in this treatise is indispensable to the students, researchers and teachers of Indian Government and Constitution; to professional lawyers; to the jurists and judges; as also to the legislations and the people at large.
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Bibliographic information

Title The Indian Presidency: A Re-Appraisal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher RBSA Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8176111295
length 256p.
Subjects History