Author: M. R. PaiPublisher: Popular PrakashanYear: 2002Language: EnglishPages: 142ISBN/UPC (if available): 8171549098
The Legend of Nani Palkhivala is a heartfelt tribute from a person who followed the courtroom giant like a virtual shadow throughout his public life. The author, M. R. Pai, who was closely associated with Palkhivala's varied public activities, gives a complete account of the legend's qualities of head and heart, and his contribution to public education through budget meetings, lecture tours and published work. The book encapsulates Palkhivala's relentless struggle for public causes in the courts of law; analyses reasons behind his stupendous success in these battles; lists little known facts about his contribution to the corporate world and his deep involvement with voluntary service organisations despite a hectic daily schedule. The book throws light on certain information about Palkhivala, hitherto unknown. The book also describes Palkhivala's method of operation, which contributed in large measure to his success as a professional and a public figure.
DedicationIntroduction1. Secrets of Success2. In Court of Public Opinion3. In the Court of Law4. In Public LifeAppendices:Palkhivala’s philosophy of lifePalkhivala’s guiding principles in lifeBest press write-up on PalkhivalaKesavanand Bharti CaseA list of Palkhivala’s ImportantWritings