CONTENTThe Constitution of India PreambleSalient FeaturesFederalism under the Indian ConstitutionPreamble to the Indian ConstitutionSecularismAdmission or Establishment of New StatesCitizenshipFundamental RightsLaws Inconsistent with or in Derogation of theFundamental Rights: Article 13Doctrines Under Article 13Right to Equality: Article 14Prohibition of Discrimination: Article 15Equality of OpportunityRight to Freedom: Article 19Right to Practise any Profession or to Carryon anyOccupation. Trade or Business: Article 19(1)(g)Rights of the Accused person: Article 20Right ro Personal Liberty: Article 21Some Important Cases Right to Speedy Trial Right to Legal Aid Death sentence Right to Die – Not a Fundamental Right Telephone Tapping Compensation to the Victims of Rape Gang Rape on Bangladeshi Woman Right to Dignity and Rehabilitation of Sex Workers Right to Education: Article 21ARights of Arrested Person: Article 22Right to Religion: Articles 25 to 28Cultural and Educational Rights: Articles 29 and 30Right to Remedy – Writs: Article 32Writ of Habeas CorpusWrit of MandamusWrit of Quo-WarrantoWrit of ProhibitionWrit of CertiorariDirective Principles of State Policy: Articles 36 to 51Right to PropertyList of Landmark Cases ABOUT THE BOOKQuick Reference Guide: Q & A Series is a very unique and aberrant concept in LexisNexis Academics Series. A quick referencer cum revision book, mapped to the syllabus of all universities, focusing on quick conceptual clarity. The QRG series follows a uniform Questions and Answers format which not only helps students to understand a concept quickly but also provides a tool for aiding in last minute rapid revisions.• Case materials: Key concepts in simple, lucid and easy to understand language supported with relevant case law.• Questions & Answers: Topic wise important questions and answers are provided to enhance the student’s problem solving and question attempting skills.
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1st Edition , 2014