5 edition of Fifty years of the Supreme Court of India found in the catalog.
|Statement||editors, S.K. Verma, Kusum ; foreword by A.S. Anand.|
|Contributions||Verma, S. K. 1911-, Kusum, K., India. Supreme Court., Indian Law Institute.|
|LC Classifications||KNS3466 .F54 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 832 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||832|
|LC Control Number||00412002|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 23 cm: Responsibility: editors, S.K. Verma, Kusum ; foreword by A.S. Anand. Thanks for the A2A Khushboo Shah (खुशबू शाह) Apart from the books suggested by Aniruddha sir.
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Both t. Get this from a library. Fifty years of the Supreme Court of India: its grasp and reach. [S K Verma; K Kusum; India. Supreme Court.; Indian Law Institute.;] -- The Supreme Court is celebrating 50 years of its existence.
This text presents a collection of essays on the work of the court, which is intended to be a reflection on its very eventful first Format: Book; xviii, p. ; 22 cm. Fifty years of the Supreme Court of India: its grasp and reach / editors, S.K. Verma, Kusum ; forew | National Library of Australia National Library of Australia.
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The book is called Supreme Inequality: The Supreme Court’s Fifty-Year Battle for a More Unjust America. We are joined now by its author, Adam Cohen, a lawyer, a journalist, former member of The.
This book presents important documents recording the reactions of Muslims in the aftermath of the Independence and Partition of India, and in the subsequent fifty years.
Besides key political developments, documents on topics such as Hindu revivalism and Muslim responses, the Babri Masjid question, the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Shah Bano case, Rajiv Gandhi’s discussions with Muslim.
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The Supreme Court Tuesday refused to pass any blanket order directing the Centre and states to consider granting parole or interim bail to prisoners above 50 years of age as also to those suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure, respiratory problem and other life threatening diseases in view of coronavirus pandemic.
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He lists the Supreme Court’s terrible decisions: upholding slavery in the 19th century, upholding ‘separate but equal’ for 58 years, allowing government attacks on free speech during World War One, striking down (from the s to ) more than federal, state and local pro-labour regulations, permitting the internment of Japanese /5(46).
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Fifty years on, Geoffrey Robertson QC. Justice Chandrachud, who co-authored a book titled A Heritage of Judging – the Bombay High Court through One Hundred and Fifty Years, was appointed as a Supreme Court judge in In a recent judgement (Pine Labs Private Limited vs Gemalto Terminals India Limited), a division bench of the Delhi High Court confirmed this position and held that in cases wherein the duration of assignment is not specified, the duration shall be deemed to be five years and .The Taft Court, When Chief Justice White died inPresident Harding made William H.
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