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Book Language : English

Book Format : Paperback

Publisher : Taxmann Publications Private Limited

ISBN No. : 978-81-7194-962-5

Book Edition : 0000-00-00

No. of Pages : 308


Dr. Archana Sinha is an Addl. District & Sessions Judge in Delhi and is an LL.M and a Ph.D. in Constitutional Law from Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Apart from her legal qualifications, she holds a postgraduate degree in mathematics from Miranda House College, Delhi University and a Master s degree in Business Administration from Indraprastha University, Delhi. Her first book titled The Crises of a Hung Parliament was published in 1999 by Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Ltd. which was released by His Excellency the President of India, and was formally presented at the official residence of Sh. Krishan Kant, the Vice-President of India. It was reviewed by the former Chief Minister and the then Union Railway Minister, Shri Digvijay Singh which was also published in the Journal of Indian Parliament. She has written a number of articles on different aspects on the subject of Criminology and the Constitution which has been published in Delhi Law Review, Vidhi Bharti and Human Rights. She is always busy in her literary work by putting efforts to share her views on the contemporary subjects of national importance. She was nominated in 2000 for the National Award Rajiv Gandhi National Integration Award . She is the recipient of Netaji Subhash Chand Award in 1999


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