Madhav Khosla | By the book2 min read . Updated: 31 Aug 2012, 09:13 PM IST
Madhav Khosla | By the book
Madhav Khosla became interested in the Indian Constitution towards the end of his education at the national law school of India, Bangalore. “I continued to focus on it during my master’s at Yale Law School, and the fascination remains," he says. Khosla, currently a PhD candidate at Harvard University, US, has introduced India’s founding document in The Indian Constitution (Oxford India Short Introductions), which inaugurates Oxford University Press India’s exciting series of Oxford India Short Introductions, slim and clear explanations of vital phenomena like caste (Surinder S. Jodhka), natural disasters and Indian history (Tirthankar Roy), and the poverty line (S. Subramanian).
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