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Law of the Indian Constitution of Human Rights

A.K. Sen (Author)

The principal of basic structure of the Constiution was propounder by the Supreme Court in 1973 in KesavanandaBharati v. Dtate of Kerala and Another, 1 wherein 13 judges sat for 68 days and produced a cluster of judgments running into over a thousand pages. This was indeed a historic decision, because throught their basic structure principle the Supreme Court changed the course of constiutional history by denying the assertion of supremacy of Parliament in matters of amending the Constitution at will solely on the citizen. This principle lays down that hanceforth, that is after April 24, 1973, the validity of all constitutional amendments shall be tested on the touchstone of basic structure of the Constitution.

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About the author

A.K. Sen

A.K. Sen is a senior professor and Head of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, S.G. College Orissa. He has completed a good number of UGC and ICSSR Projects. He got his Ph.D. at the very young age of 35, after his completion of his M.Phil. Degree. He has written ten books on different aspects of Political Science. His articles are regularly published in all leading newspapers.

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Title Law of the Indian Constitution of Human Rights
Author A.K. Sen
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789381991732
length vi+248p., 22cm.