Author: S K VermaTranslator(s)/ Edito: S K Verma/Kusum KumarPublisher: Oxford University PressYear: 2013Language: EnglishPages: 832ISBN/UPC (if available): 0195662555
This volume commemorates fifty years of the Indian Supreme Court. The contributions in the book take stock of the contribution of the Supreme Court in shaping the law of the country. They traverse the history of constitutional development in India and reflect on a wide range of topics including social interest litigation, gender justice issues, administrative and service laws, personal laws, business laws, tax laws, environmental laws, industrial laws, and law of torts. The contributors include eminent scholars, judges, professors, researchers and academics. This book will be of great interest to all sections of the legal fraternity, to researchers and the lay reader interested in the working of the apex court of justice over the last fifty years.
ForewordPrefaceAcknowledgementsThe Supreme Court and Fundamental Rights M. P. JAINEvolving Administrative Law RegimeI P MASSEYThe Supreme Court on Service Law GoverningEmployees of State M. RAMA JOISThe Avatars of Indian Judicial Activism: ExplorationIn the Geographies of [In] Justice UPENDRA BAXIElection Laws K. C. SUNNYMatrimonial Adjudication under Hindu Law KUSUMMuslim Law DANIAL LATIFIGender Justice B. SIVARAMAYYAMercantile Law P. M. BAKSHIEvolution and Development of Direct Tax Laws T. N. PANDAYIndirect Taxes M. CHANDRASEKHARANIndustrial Jurisprudence S. C. SRIVASTAVAThe Directions of Environmental Justice:An Overview C. M. JARIWALAConsumer Protection Law GURJEET SINGHAdjudicating Rent Matters: Wage of Legislative Inaction D. N. JAUHARAgrarian Reforms M. L. UPADHYAYAThe Law of Torts P. M. BAKSHIInternational Law S. K. VERMAConflict of Laws LAKSHMI JAMBHOLKARCivil Procedure and Evidence R. SUNDARAVARADANCriminal Law and Procedure JASPAL SINGHArbitration and the Supreme Court S. K. DHOLAKIAIndex of CasesIndex