P.K. Tripathi, Free Speech in The Indian Constitution: Background and Prospect, 67 Yale L.J. 384 1957-1958
The Constitution of India embodies a detailed scheme of "ordered liberty," with a full-fledged parliamentary democracy and a system of judicial control to preserve individual rights even against a popular majority. The author argues that an understanding of Indian institutions is necessary for liberty to survive, for without their support, the constitution would be an embodiment of empty platitudes.View More
P.K. Tripathi, Spotlights on Constitutional Interpretation, 278 (1978)
The article can be downloaded from the Sage Journals website, with a paid subscription.View More
H.M. Seervai, Constitutional Law of India: A Critical Commentary (1996)
The book can be purchased from Amazon.in.View More
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