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7. Article 356 and the court.
8. Conclusion: the need for a fresh look.
Appendix: 1. Text of Sections 45 and 93 of the Government of India Act of 1935.
2. Text of Articles 356 and 357 of the Constitution of India.
3. Articles 58 (2) b and 112 (2) b of the Constitution of Pakistan.
4. Text of Section 92 of the Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir.
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2. The nature of Indian polity.
3. The judicial system.
4. Amendments to the Constitution.
II. The dictionary: Entries from A to Z.
III. The miscellaneous: 1.
Civilian awards. 2.
Constitutional functionaries. 3.
National Anthem. 4.
National Calendar. 5.
National Flag. 6.
National Song. 7.
State Emblem. 8.
Table of Precedence. IV.
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V. Bibliography: 1.
General works. 2.
Works by Dr. Subhash C.
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3. Ambedkar notes on acts and laws.
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1. Field study of mushrooms and other fungi.
2. Conditions under which mushrooms grow and thrive.
3. Forest types, with reference to distribution of the higher fungi.
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5. Life history and general characteristics of mushrooms.
6. Economic importance of fungi.
7. Common edible mushrooms.
8. Growing mushrooms.
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Appendix: Nomenclatural changes. Index.
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