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Jawaharlal Nehru, just before midnight on 14 August , in a speech to the Constituent Assembly. THE. INDIAN CONSTITUTION. Cornerstone of a Nation. Sidney Isaacs; The Indian Constitution: Cornerstone of a Nation and Constitutional Government in India, International This content is only available as a PDF. Title. The Indian constitution: cornerstone of a nation /​ by Granville Austin. Author. Austin, Granville A. Edition. First Indian edition [with new pref.]. Published.


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The interesting part for me were the language provisions.

The most bitter debate. You will see the rabid desire to impose one language on people in the name of national unity. This is one matter in which there was majority but no consensus and the Hindi speaking faction wanted to use even a one majority vote to impose the will of the majority.

The book details how the assembly arrived at the current provision because of the tireless efforts of the moderates who kept the Hindi factions from trying to enforce linguistic homogeneity in a country that is composed of linguistic minorities.

Hindi factions wanted everyone to adopt Hindi to promote unity but were actually destroying unity in the constituent assembly. I liked how the author remains unbiased so this book never tells the formation of constitution from point of view of a popular leader or from point of view of a specific party.

The Indian Constitution : cornerstone of a nation

There is also a conclusion chapter at the end that summarizes everything. This is a book everyone must read!

Careful evaluation of published and unpublished material. You will see the rabid desire to impose one language on people in the name of national unity.

This is one matter in which there was majority but no consensus and the Hindi speaking faction wanted to use even a one majority vote to impose the will of the majority. The book details how the assembly arrived at the current provision because of the tireless efforts of the moderates who kept the Hindi factions from trying to enforce linguistic homogeneity in a country that is composed of linguistic minorities.

Hindi factions wanted everyone to adopt Hindi to promote unity but were actually destroying unity in the constituent assembly.

I liked how the author remains unbiased so this book never tells the formation of constitution from point of view of a popular leader or from point of view of a specific party. There is also a conclusion chapter at the end that summarizes everything.

This is a book everyone must read!

Careful evaluation of published and unpublished material. Time, therefore, has happily proved criticisms of the Constitution ill-founded.

That the Indian Constitution was an ably conceived and drafted document, showing a creative, if not an original, approach to the nation's constitutional needs, we cannot justly doubt. Please verify that you are not a robot. Would you also like to submit a review for this item?

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The Indian Constitution : cornerstone of a nation

India -- Constitutional history. Inde -- Histoire constitutionnelle.

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Would you also like to submit a review for this item? This goes against the spirit of cooperative federalism, which demands putting in place institutionalised structures whereby the central executive comprehensively and regularly consults the States on treaties related to trade and investment.

If the signing of an 60 Asian Law [Vol 11 international treaty does not require any change in law, there is no need to invoke art Tags What are tags? This is borne out, if in no other way, by the success of democratic, parliamentary government in India, for if it is quite possible to govern badly wit Very thorough.

This issue should not be looked at purely as a question of which interpretation of art 73 is correct, or whether central executive also has the power, like the central legislature, to negotiate and sign international treaties on subjects given in the State List.