MAJOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS AND ITS IMPLEMENTS: AN ANALYSIS (2020)
Dr. Rajunaik N JCR. 2020: 2319-2327
The constitution of India was said to be set in stone for a long period of time after its making. But, as the social and economic background of India started evolving, the need for an updated constitution was felt. There are many major Amendments to the Constitution, such as 17th Amendment Act, 1964 included 44 more Acts in the Ninth Schedule, 29th Amendment Act, 1972 included two Kerala Acts on land reforms in the Ninth Schedule, 34th Amendment Act, 1974 included twenty more land tenure and land reforms acts of various states in the Ninth Schedule.
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