The linked PDF is about Constitutional Law I. It covers topics such
as the history of the Indian Constitution, fundamental rights, and the
principles of federalism. The document provides an overview of the
Constitution's basic structure and the powers of its various branches of
government. The PDF also delves into the role of the judiciary in interpreting
the Constitution and enforcing its provisions. Overall, this PDF serves as a
useful resource for anyone seeking a basic understanding of Indian
Author(s): Dr. R. Srinivasan, The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law
The book became a standard work which
was translated into several languages. Bagehot began his book by saying, do not be fooled by constitutional theories and formal institutional
continuities– concentrate instead on the real centers of power and the practical
working of the political system. He dismissed the two theories of the division
of powers and of checks and balances as erroneous.
These materials can be useful for discussing how
the Second Amendment ought to be interpreted. Author intentionally include more
materials here than any teacher will likely use, to give people flexibility in
picking and choosing.
note covers the following topics: Fundamental provisions, Basic rights and
liberties, The Parliament and the Representatives, Parliamentary activity, The
President of the Republic and the Government, Legislation, State finances,
International relations, Administration of justice, Supervision of legality,
Administration and self government, National defence and Final provisions.