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The Majesty of the Judiciary
The Majesty of the Judiciary

The Majesty of the Judiciary

by V R Krishna Iyer

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Language

English

Publisher

Universal Law Publishing

ISBN

9788175346307 - Year: 2007 - Pages: 178

Binding

Hardcover

V R Krishna Iyer

Author: V R Krishna Iyer
Publisher: Universal Law Publishing
Year: 2007
Language: English
Pages: 178
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788175346307

Description

Justice Iyer is one of the versatile authors who has written on each and every aspect of law and beyond, maintaining lucidity and depicting ocean deep knowledge of the subject.

His dynamic and enlightened idea on law and contemporary jurisprudence is a path-making source for the present and future judicial system. Out of multifarious activities of his life he always works out the time in writing for law and techno-socio matters, that becomes the flow of inspiration for the lawyers, judges and the common people, not only in our own land but also in other parts of the world.

The bouquet of articles was specially handpicked by the author himself to cater to different flavours of lawyers, laymen and judges in India and abroad.

This present collection contains articles on Judges, Judicial Reforms, Constitutional Law, Death Sentence, Arbitration, Jurisprudence, Indian and International socio-political topics and much more.

Contents

The Majesty of the Judiciary
Judges-Judicial Reform in the Indian Context
Judicial Review and Jejune Judges
Law India-Indo-Anglian semi-centennial
Law in India: A Silver Jubilee critique of a Story without a Plot
Law India: Some Contemporary challenges
Nine-Judges Bench and Ninth Schedule to the Constitution
Death Sentence on Death Sentence
Unequal Access to Professional Courses
The Individual and the Indian Republic-
A Constitutional Synthesis
Basic Structure of the Constitution and
‘We, the People of India’
Slaughter of Camel verses Judicial Compassion
Arbitration-Certain arbitrary Aspects
Industrialize and Perish
Rivers, a National Treasure; Their Waste and Pollution,
A National Crime
River Jurisprudence and Inter-State waters
Hydel Power Projects and Peril to Human Survival
India-Dubious Prognosis vs. Illusionary Development
Nav Bharat-Miles to Go and Promises to Keep
State Extravaganza and Bankruptcy of Treasury
Afghanistan-Some Glimpses of History and Geography
Alcoholism-A Syndrome of Plural Pathologies
An Odd Incident with Rajiv Gandhi
Life’s Splendour For Ever

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