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Discovering the Rights and Privileges of Constitution Law A Handbook on the Constitution of India

Author Name: Upasana Borah | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Educational & Professional | Other Details

This book thoroughly details case-law pertaining to the Indian Constitution, past and present, and explains the various aspects of the structure and history of our constitution. The language of the book is clear and concise, the subject index good and the structure of the book logical.

The author has taken pains to give, at the outset, the text or summary of relevant 'Articles' of each topic and then to explain the implications thereof with reference to constitutional documents, history, judicial dicta and comparable provisions of other constitutions and their interpretation. A detailed general index makes it easier for the legal academicians to locate and consult the relevant matter in the book.

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Upasana Borah

Miss Upasana Borah is currently pursuing her B.B.A LL.B (Hons) in Constitutional Law from N.E.F. Law College affiliated to Gauhati University, Assam (2016-2021). Throughout her graduation, she was actively engaged in the research area. She had published various research papers in international and national journals in the field law and also various international and national conferences. She had started her field in research as a blog and content writer in various online law platforms like Lex Life India, Advocates Pedia Foundation, Lex Jura Law Journal and Law Times Journal. She has successfully published three of her articles in the book The Journey of Women’s Rights in the Modern Era and six research papers in an upcoming book on Global Thoughts and Opinions edited by Hon’ble Justice A.K. SIKRI and published by Indian National Law Review under the aegis of Justice Dipak Misra ‘National Call for Chapters’, 2020. She has also published a book called Women and Law. She holds the Asia Book of Records, India Book of Records and Assam Book of Records for writing the maximum number of research papers by an individual on law. She also holds the title of ‘Young Researcher’ from Institute of Scholars.