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Constitutional Ideals – Development and Realisation Through Court-led Justice

by Shruti Vidyasagar, Sandhya P. R, Anindita Pattanayak, Harish Narasappa
Categories: Other Laws
Publisher: Oakbridge Publishing Pvt Ltd
About Book:
  • Curated volume of essays that describe how the judiciary has interpreted and enriched the Constitution in diverse political, social, and economic circumstances.
  • Various aspects of the Constitution, from how decisions have shaped the identity of citizens, to the changing nature and scope of constitutional rights themselves.

Divided into four different segments: 

  • first explores the manner in which individuals engage with the Constitution to demand citizen-centric justice; 
  • second examines the navigation of group identities (such as religion and caste) in constitutional litigation; 
  • third focuses on the significance of procedural rigour in ensuring substantive justice, including in the context of insolvency, preventive detention, and public consultations before executive decisions; and
  • final theme captures constitutional values in flux.
Authors: Shruti Vidyasagar, Sandhya P. R, Anindita Pattanayak, Harish Narasappa
About Publisher:

OakBridge is a new age information services company established to re-establish the craft of publishing to better-serve the evolved needs of today’s Professionals and Academia. It is uniquely designed to have a strong framework of authoritative and reliable content, ethical and transparent business practices, operational excellence, and an unparalleled customer experience.

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Categories: Other Laws
Publisher: Oakbridge Publishing Pvt Ltd
About Book:
  • Curated volume of essays that describe how the judiciary has interpreted and enriched the Constitution in diverse political, social, and economic circumstances.
  • Various aspects of the Constitution, from how decisions have shaped the identity of citizens, to the changing nature and scope of constitutional rights themselves.

Divided into four different segments: 

  • first explores the manner in which individuals engage with the Constitution to demand citizen-centric justice; 
  • second examines the navigation of group identities (such as religion and caste) in constitutional litigation; 
  • third focuses on the significance of procedural rigour in ensuring substantive justice, including in the context of insolvency, preventive detention, and public consultations before executive decisions; and
  • final theme captures constitutional values in flux.
Authors: Shruti Vidyasagar, Sandhya P. R, Anindita Pattanayak, Harish Narasappa
About Publisher:

OakBridge is a new age information services company established to re-establish the craft of publishing to better-serve the evolved needs of today’s Professionals and Academia. It is uniquely designed to have a strong framework of authoritative and reliable content, ethical and transparent business practices, operational excellence, and an unparalleled customer experience.

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