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Calcutta Diary

November 13-20, 1982 Calcutta Diary A M HOW goes the text of the authorised version of the different Articles of the Constitution of India? The question is not quite as frivolous as it sounds at first. Consider Article 31C This Article was introduced by the Constitution (Twenty-fifth Amendment) Act, 1971 and came into effect on April 20, 1972. It was subsequently amended, during the Emergency, through the Constitution (Forty-second Amendment) Act, 1976; once the Emergency was over, a further amendment was introduced through the Constitution (Forty-fourth Amendment) Act, 1978. In the latest official version of the Constitution, stated to be modified upto January 15, 1980, and published by the Union Ministry of Law, Justice and Company Affairs, Article 31C now reads:

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