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xxviii, 450 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Alternative dispute resolution : is it an alternative mechanism? / Arijit Pasayat
  • Interim measures under the Indian Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 / Atmaram N.S. Nadkarni
  • Impartiality and independence of the arbitral tribunal / R.C. Lahoti and Divyakant Lahoti
  • The doctrine of Kompetenz-Kompetenz : an Indian perspective / Suresh C. Gupte
  • Grounds for challenging an arbitral award in India / Tushar Mehta
  • Rectification of jurisdiction to entertain arbitration application in the Commercial Courts Act 2015 : pending practical re-alignment to restore the statutory right to appeal? / Ajay Bhargava
  • Institutional arbitration in India : the way forward / Deepto Roy and Madhukeshwar Desai
  • Emergency arbitrator in the Indian context / Tejas Karia
  • Rise of the expert witness in alternative dispute resolution / Gagan Puri, Geetu Singh, and Deepankar Sanwalka
  • Med-Arb / Rajiv Shakhder
  • Limits of arbitrability : some jurisdictional issues in the context of public law rememdies / Prag P. Tripathi
  • Arbitration : an in-house counsel's perspective / Sanjeev Gemawat
  • The concept of seat in international arbitration : developments in India / Vikramjit Sen and Satyajit Gupta
  • Introduction to investment arbitration : a perspective from India / Shreyas Jayasimha and Radha Raghavan
  • Allocation of costs in international abitration / Sonal Kr. Singh and Manish Lamba
  • International arbitration with an Indian connection / Sheila Ahuja
  • Commercial mediation : an evolving frontier of alternative dispute resolution in India / Allison M. Malkin and D. Gracious Timothy
  • Mediation in India : practical tips and techniques / Thomas P. Valenti and Tanima Tandon.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR), as a mechanism to resolve disputes, has gained wide acceptance in India. This is primarily because the traditional adversarial system of dispensing justice is dilatory, expensive, and, many a time, ineffective. The recent spurt in India's economic development coupled with the renewed confidence of foreign investors to invest in India has also made it imperative that India provides a swifter justice delivery system to resolve commercial disputes. The volume examines some of the important aspects of dispute resolution being practiced in India. More than twenty national and international experts from various fields within the domain of dispute resolution have come together to answer some of the most complex issues and shed light on the usage of the best practices of dispute resolution in India. The work aims to enhance the understanding of the legal issues related to dispute resolution, and provides an updated account of law incorporating the recent Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199483617 20180717
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xi, 215 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction 1. Constitutional Democracy in India: an ideational battle 2. The British initiatives in constitutionalizing India 3. Designing of constitutional democracy in India: the Constituent Assembly's inputs 4. Indian Democracy: liberalism in its reinvented form 5. Changing texture of Indian polity, the 2014 national poll and its aftermath 6. Judiciary and Constitutional Democracy in India Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138551886 20180326
Constitutional democracy is both a structure of governance and a way of providing an ideological perspective on governance. The 1950 Constitution of India established constitutional democracy in India and the narrative of the rise and consolidation of constitutional democracy in India cannot be understood without comprehending the politico-ideological processes that consolidated simultaneously both colonialism and constitutional liberalism. This book examines the processes leading to constitutionalizing India and challenges the conventional idea that the Constitution of India is a borrowed doctrine. A careful study of the processes reveals that the 1950 Constitution was the culmination of an ideational battle that had begun with the consolidation of the British Enlightenment philosophy in the early days of British paramountcy in India. The book therefore argues that constitutionalizing endeavour in India had a clear imprint of ideas which had its root in this philosophy. The study reveals a striking continuity of the same kind of ideological sentiments when the nationalists devised their own constitutionalizing design, visible in the 1928 Motilal Nehru report and which reappeared in the 1945 Sapru Committee report. Deviating from the conventional study of constitutional evolution of a polity, which is generally legalistic, this book explores the processes since the beginning of colonial rule in India which led to the conceptualization of constitutional democracy in a milieu engaging with arguments formulated by James and JS Mill. A detailed analysis of the roots of constitutional and political liberalism in India, this book sheds light on the material surrounding India's constitutional development. It will be of interest to scholars in the field of Indian Political Theory, South Asian Politics and History.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138551886 20180326
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xi, 215 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Constitutional democracy in India : an ideational battle
  • The British initiatives in constitutionalizing India
  • Designing of constitutional democracy in India : the Constituent Assembly's inputs
  • Indian democracy : reconceptualizing liberalism in a non-Western context
  • Changing texture of Indian polity : the 2014 national poll
  • Judiciary and constitutional democracy in India
  • Conclusion.
Constitutional democracy is both a structure of governance and a way of providing an ideological perspective on governance. The 1950 Constitution of India established constitutional democracy in India and the narrative of the rise and consolidation of constitutional democracy in India cannot be understood without comprehending the politico-ideological processes that consolidated simultaneously both colonialism and constitutional liberalism. This book examines the processes leading to constitutionalizing India and challenges the conventional idea that the Constitution of India is a borrowed doctrine. A careful study of the processes reveals that the 1950 Constitution was the culmination of an ideational battle that had begun with the consolidation of the British Enlightenment philosophy in the early days of British paramountcy in India. The book therefore argues that constitutionalizing endeavour in India had a clear imprint of ideas which had its root in this philosophy. The study reveals a striking continuity of the same kind of ideological sentiments when the nationalists devised their own constitutionalizing design, visible in the 1928 Motilal Nehru report and which reappeared in the 1945 Sapru Committee report. Deviating from the conventional study of constitutional evolution of a polity, which is generally legalistic, this book explores the processes since the beginning of colonial rule in India which led to the conceptualization of constitutional democracy in a milieu engaging with arguments formulated by James and JS Mill. A detailed analysis of the roots of constitutional and political liberalism in India, this book sheds light on the material surrounding India's constitutional development. It will be of interest to scholars in the field of Indian Political Theory, South Asian Politics and History.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138551886 20180508
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xvii, 146 pages : maps ; 23 cm
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Types of states
  • A brief political history of the republics in ancient India
  • Constitutional features of the republics in ancient India
  • Decline of the republics
  • Democratic traditions within the framework of monarchy
  • Conclusion.
"Democracy has not been the exclusive monopoly of the west...[and] has its roots in the common life of the people. Sovereignty has always been shared by local bodies and communal groups. India can also be described as a political federation with a very large share of local autonomy in village communities, communal assemblies, guilds and village unions. India has had an unbroken record of group institutions, which have been practically self-sufficient and self-governing. The central government has rarely interfered with the local democracies. While they were strong for themselves, contended with their free inner life and freedom, they could not do much for the organization of the country at large as it was too vast for any confederation of small states to govern and organize. A flood of light has been thrown oh the different facets of ancient Indian polity and the republican system of government was one of them. An attempt has been made in the following book to survey the history and institutions of ancient Indian republics from earliest times to the sixth century AD. Essential constitutional features of the ancient Indian republics form the theme of discussion. The book deals with the types of states flourishing in ancient India, political history of the republics, the constitutional features of these republics, their decline and democratic traditions existing within the framework of monarchy."-- Publisher's website.
Law Library (Crown)
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xiii, 220 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
  • Forging secular legal governance
  • Personal law and the problem of marital property
  • Taming custom
  • Ritual and the authority of reason
  • Pathologizing Muslim sentiment
  • Islamic economy : a forgone alternative..
Green Library
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xviii, 551 pages ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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213 pages ; 22 cm
  • Modern historiography : special reference to ancient Indian legal studies
  • The notion of law in ancient India : reflections from modern historians
  • Interpretations of social legislation in ancient India
  • Proprietary laws in ancient India : an interpretational insight
  • The laws of state affairs : historiographical perspectives
  • Judicial and penal laws : historians' observations.
"The book is a maiden voyage to compile and analyze the interpretations of ancient Indian law in modern historiography. There has been a dearth of books with historiographical approach to the study of classical Indian law, despite the fact that law has occupied a prominent place in the historical studies over the past two hundred years. Starting from British Indologist Sir William Jones, the historians owing allegiance to different schools like Imperialism, Nationalism, Marxism and Postmodernism commented fervently upon the ancient Indian law. Irrespective of their interpretive models, such comments and studies have broadened our understanding of the ancient Indian law and enriched the historiography of the same. But the comprehensive study of such vast intellectual heritage, remained a virgin territory. The followers of ancient history confined themselves to Sutra-Smriti texts, and those from law schools focused on post-independent codified Hindu law. In this backdrop, the present work, by studying the modern historiography of ancient Indian law, stands to be the first of its own kind. The book is historiographical in its methodology, but as and when required, primary sources have also been referred to in order to critically examine the historian's assumptions. The various interpretations have been put together...to delineate a holistic and objective picture of various law topics such as - marital laws, son-ship & adoption, succession & inheritance, women's property rights, international laws, and laws of judicature, etc."-- Provided by publisher.
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viii, 302 pages ; 23 cm
  • Introduction: Iterations of law : legal history from India / Aparna Balachandran, Bhavani Raman, and Rashmi Pant
  • The life of law in modern India : a present history of the Martha court / Janaki Nair
  • Speaking in multiple registers : property and the narrative of care / Rashmi Pant
  • Violence and the language of law / Neeladri Bhattacharya
  • Law in times of counter-insurgency / Bhavani Raman
  • Petition town : law, custom, and urban space in colonial South India / Aparna Balachandran
  • 'To mount or not to mount?' : court records and law making in early modern Rajasthan / Nandita Sahai
  • Power, petitions, and the 'povo' in early English Bombay / Philip J. Stern
  • Of truth and taxes : a material history of early stamp't paper / Shrimoyee Ghosh
  • Public finance and personal law in late colonial India / Eleanor Newbigin.
This volume reflects a recent transformation of the concerns of social scientists regarding the legal history of South Asia. While, earlier, historians looked at the results rather than the performance of law, the concerns later shifted to unravelling the socioeconomic and political contexts that shaped law-making and its practice. Iterations of Law advances these new perspectives on legal history from South Asia. Going beyond an area studies rubric to critically engage with recent work in colonial and transnational legal history, the essays in this volume utilize both archival and everyday records to interrogate the relationship between the discipline of history and the institution of law. The contributors to this volume include both young and established scholars who address the enacted and performative aspects of law that illuminate how rights are inscribed into a hierarchical order, a process that is often elided and fragmented by jurisdictional contexts. Their essays focus on complex moments in the life of the law when rights or claims simultaneously inaugurate a new economy of power and authority. Through these chapters, it becomes possible to interrogate the framing of legal regimes 'from below' and treat the law as a process that entails constant exchange, conflict, and adjustment between the rulers and the governed.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199477791 20180416
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xvi, 337 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • List of Figures and Tables. Contributors. Acknowledgments. Abbreviations. Introduction Melvil Pereira Part I: Conflict Resolution Systems: Theories, Thoughts and Concepts 1. Conflict Resolution Systems in the Tribal Societies of Northeast India: Legal Pluralism and Indian Democracy Nandita Haksar 2. Diverse Personal Laws, Gender Justice and Controversy over the Uniform Civil Code Flavia Agnes 3. Customary Law, State Law and Non-State Organisation: The Predicaments of Legal Pluralism and Growing Conflict in Nagaland N. K. Das 4. Customary Law and the politics of Peace and Conflict Resolution in Post-Colonial States: Threats Posed by Modernisation and Development Bitopi Dutta 5. Legal Pluralism and Alternative Dispute Redressal Systems in the Northeast Ranga Ranjan Das 6. The Resilience of Tribal Conflict Resolution Systems in North East India: A Panoramic View Melvil Pereira and R. P. Athparia 7. Mizo Customary Laws and the Discourse of Women's Rights V. Sawmveli Part II: Fights in the Field: Case Studies of Resolution Systems from the Communities of Northeast India 8. Traditional Methods of Conflict Resolution of the Sumi Naga Tribe Herali Achumi and Alphonsus D'Souza 9. The Hall without Walls-The Role of Namghars in Peace-building: Practices and Prospects Jayanta Madhab Tamuly 10. The Khasi-Pnar Ideology of Peace and Conflict Resolution Valentina Pakyntein 11. Indigenous Methods of Conflict Resolution in Sikkim: A Case Study on the Dzumsa Ganga Maya Tamang 12. Exploring Traditional Approaches to Resolving Conflicts over Land Resources: The Case of the Nyishi Tribe in Arunachal Pradesh Tame Ramya 13. Hmar Traditional Practices in Conflict Resolution: An Anthropological Perspective Immanuel Zarzosang Varte and R. Th. Varte 14. Conflicts and Systems for its Resolution among the Paites of Manipur H. Kamkhenthang 15. Forums for Conflict Resolution in the Jaintia Tribal Community over Land Resources Rikil Chyrmang 16. Indigenous Conflict Resolution Mechanisms: A Study on the Riang of Tripura Janet Florine Tellis. Epilogue Thomas C. B. P. Small. Glossary. Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138230781 20180213
This book offers a multifaceted look at Northeast India and the customs and traditions that underpin its legal framework. The book: charts the transition of traditions from colonial rule to present day, through constitutionalism and the consolidation of autonomous identities, as well as outlines contemporary debates in an increasingly modernising region; explores the theoretical context of legal pluralism and its implications, compares the personal legal systems with that of the mainland, and discusses customary law's continuing popularity (both pragmatic and ideological) and common law; brings together case studies from across the eight states and focuses on the way individual systems and procedures manifest among various tribes and communities in the voices of tribal and non-tribal scholars; andhighlights the resilience and relevance of alternative systems of redressal, including conflict resolution and women's rights. Part of the prestigious `Transition in Northeastern India' series, this book presents an interesting blend of theory and practice, key case studies and examples to study legal pluralism in multicultural contexts. It will be of great interest to students of law and social sciences, anthropology, political science, peace and conflict studies, besides administrators, judicial officers and lawyers in Northeast India, legal scholars and students of tribal law, and members of customary law courts of various tribal communities in Northeast India.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138230781 20180213
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xiii, 234 pages ; 24 cm
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Historical background of investment protection
  • Conditions of entry, operation and consequences of violations (doctrine of illegality)
  • Applicable laws and jurisdiction
  • Treatment standards
  • Dispute resolution and enforcement of investment awards
  • Indian judiciary and investment treaty arbitration
  • India and ICSID
  • Conclusion.
"[This book] aims at introducing the driving concepts of investment arbitration with a focus on bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and free trade agreements. India is one of the fastest growing economies and intends to achieve the desired growth with the help of foreign investment. Recently, India terminated all the existing BITs and announced to renegotiate them based on the newly issued model BIT. This book is the first...commentary and analyses of international investment law with a focus on India. It offers...examination of India's legal position in relation to protection of foreign investment and the impact of investment treaty arbitration and related jurisprudence on the country's governance structures and regulatory framework. Additionally, it reflects upon the political and economic rationales for the policy on foreign investment."-- Back cover.
Law Library (Crown)
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viii, 218 pages ; 22 cm
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Law and morality
  • Christian sources of secular law
  • The cannibal's guide to jurisprudence
  • Law and rationality
  • Wronging rights?
  • Towards an Indian philosophy of law
  • From Dharmashastra to modern Hindu law
  • The persistence of caste
  • The politics of shariat
  • Ambedkarite jurisprudence
  • Free speech and All India Bakchod
  • Equality and reservation
  • Queering law
  • Rape and security : a Buddhist vantage point
  • The ethics of organ donation
  • Indian Supreme Court jurisprudence : five exemplary cases
  • Conclusion.
What is law? What is the source of law? What is the law for? How does law differ from other norms or codes of conduct? What is the difference between law and morality? Who is obligated to follow the law and why? What is the difference between moral and legal obligation? This book addresses these foundational questions about the law in general, and seeks to reorient our thoughts to the specific nature of law in India, the India of today, and the possible India of the future. This volume: covers relevant foundational elements, concepts and questions of the discipline; brings the uniqueness of Indian Philosophy of Law to the fore; critically analyzes the major theories of jurisprudence; examines legal debates on secularism, rationality, religion, rights and caste politics; and presents useful cases and examples, including free speech, equality and reservation, queer law, rape and security, and the ethics of organ donation. Lucid and accessible, the book will be indispensable to students, teachers and scholars of law, philosophy, politics as well as philosophy of law, sociology of law, legal theory and jurisprudence.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138630314 20180514
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xix, 340 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Preface
  • Introduction / Abhijit Das and Shailja Singh
  • TPP and market access for goods / Abhijit Das, Prajyna Paramita Barua and Dilfy Ann Philip
  • Services coverage in TPP, TISA, and GATS : a comparative analysis and implications for India / Pralok Gupta
  • IPR and new rule-making / Chandni Raina
  • Conforming India's IPR laws to the TPP's IPR standards : issues and concerns for India / Jayant Raghu Ram
  • Investment protection in TPP : analysis from an Indian perspective / Shailja Singh
  • Standards under the TPP : much ado about nothing / R.V. Anuradha
  • Addressing 'labour' in trade agreements : the TPP approach / R.V. Anuradha
  • Trade and environment under the TPP / R.V. Anuradha
  • Government procurement provisions in the GPA : ceding policy space for uncertain gains / Monika and Neeraj R.S.
  • State-owned enterprises (SOES) / Mukesh Bhatnagar
  • Trade remedies, trade facilitation, and regulatory coherence under the TPP / Mukesh Bhatnagar, Monika and R.V. Anuradha
  • Conclusions and way forward / Abhijit Das, Shailja Singh, and Harimaya Gurung.
Despite the United States withdrawing from the Trans-Paci-c Partnership (TPP) Agreement, its template of rules remains highly relevant for future negotiations on international trade. This book helps to evaluate the legal provisions of this pact, its background and its possible evolutionary path. There is a view in the policy discourse that India should actively embrace the norms contained in the Agreement. Trans-Paci-c Partnership Agreement: A Framework for Future Trade Rules? offers a balanced and objective analysis of the likely impact of the TPP template of rules on developing countries such as India and signi-ficantly contributes to the ongoing debate regarding India's ideal stance. This book will be useful for policymakers, trade lawyers, policy analysts, academics, economists and government off-icials, especially those from developing countries.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789352800117 20180416
Law Library (Crown)
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xv, 241 pages ; 21 cm
  • Introduction
  • He said, she said, they said : arguments before the court
  • Triple talaq : bad in theology, good in law
  • Indian courts and Muslim personal law
  • Reforms in Islamic states
  • Submissions before the courts
  • The judgment
  • Triple talaq judgment excerpts
  • Epilogue.
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xviii, 286 pages ; 22 cm
  • Preface
  • Caste, class and constitutional reservations / Vinod Dixit
  • Constitutional foundations of affirmative action programmes in India / K. Madhusudhana Rao
  • Affirmative action and constitution of India : an appraisal / T. Raghavendra Rao
  • Affirmative action in international law and Indian judicial approach : an analysis / Kondaiah Jonnalagadda
  • Caste, law and judiciary : the dynamics of affirmative action in India / Bir Pal Singh
  • Affirmative action and judiciary / Ashish Singh Tomar and Himanshu Rai
  • Competing and conflicting conceptions of affirmative action in the context of persons with disability / Shirish L. Deshpande and Varsha V. Deshpande
  • Affirmative actions for the empowerment of persons with disabilities and evolving jurisprudence / S. Elumalai
  • Affirmative action and the access to education for disabled children in India / Garima Singh
  • Globalization and education : exploring dimensions of equity, equality and excellence / Tapan R. Mohanty
  • Achieving international goals : affirmative action as a tool for equal women's employment / Eira Mishra
  • National rural employment and affirmative action / Bhagirathi Panigrahi
  • Addressing the problems of scheduled tribes through affirmative action in India with reference to education, health and economy / Preeti Misra
  • An expansion of sexuality rights from identity right to human right : a study of affirmative actions with reference to LGBT rights / Mukesh Bharti and Preeti Misra.
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194 pages ; 25 cm
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xii, 332 pages ; 23 cm
  • Preface and acknowledgements
  • Appointment of judges to higher judiciary under the constitution : an overview / Devinder Singh
  • The case in brief : the Supreme Court Advocates on Record v. Union of India, 2015 / Devinder Singh
  • Appointment of judges in higher judiciary : a comparative study of collegium and NJAC system / Priyanka Bedi
  • An analysis of the recusal order in NJAC Judgement 67 / Pukhrajbir Kaur and Hari Ram Anthala
  • An analysis of reference order in National Judicial Appointment Commission judgment / Priya Gupta
  • A critical analysis of the procedure for the appointment of the Chief Justice of India / Sachiv Kumar
  • Appointment of constitutional judges : a comparative perspective / Chander Kanta Negi
  • Dissenting judgement in the NJAC case : a review / Ajaymeet
  • An analysis of judgement delivered by Justice Madan A. Lokur / Dolly Singh
  • An analysis of the judgement of Justice Joseph Kurian / Meharpreet Singh
  • Doctrine of basic structure of constitution with special reference to with Supreme Court Advocates-on-record-Association and another v. Union of India / Rahul Miglani
  • Plenary power of parliament to amend the constitution / Chander Kanta Negi
  • Review of NJAC judgement on the basis of theory of basic structure / Surekha Thukral
  • NJAC judgment vis-a-vis independence of judiciary / Parvesh Kumar Rajput
  • Judicial review and National Judicial Appointment Commission / Pooja Devi Thakur and Amrita Rathi
  • Docrine of revival with special reference to the 99th Amendment Act / Rahul Miglani
  • Transparency in the appointment of judges of higher judiciary / Arti Puri
  • National Judicial Appointment Commission : a critique / Aditi Sharma
  • Critical analysis of memorandum of procedure for appointment of judges in the Supreme Court and high courts in India / Gurpreet Singh
  • Findings / Devinder Singh.
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xvii, 161 pages ; 24 cm
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Appointment of judges : history and development in India
  • Conventions on appoitment of judges
  • Judicial [approach] on appointment of judges
  • Fairness in judicial appointments : a critique
  • Conclusion and suggestions.
"Appointment of judges and its process is the most vital aspect of the independence of judiciary, also a basic feature of the Constitution of India. The constitution enshrines various provisions for the independence of judiciary but preferred accountability to the autonomy by vesting the authority of appointment in the executive in consultation with the Chief Justice of India, as judiciary cannot be held accountable in the manner as the executive. However the Apex Court ruled that the judiciary cannot be independent if the primacy in not vested in the opinion of the Chief Justice of India, and invented the collegium, paving way to the endless criticisms and controversies. This book reviews the appointment of judges in the erstwhile federal court, the Supreme Court of India, since its inception and incorporates the constitutionally provided mechanism, any convention developed so far in the appointment of judges and related controversies arose while appointment taking place in the institution and thereafter, if any...[The] book also discusses the developments, reforms, discussions, suggestions, criticism and involved controversies in the process of appointment of judges."-- Back cover.
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clxxi, 880 pages ; 25 cm
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x, 160 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Babur in Ayodhya
  • Accounts of foreign travellers and British administrators
  • Attempts to reclaim sacred spaces
  • Muslim sources of Ramjanmabhumi/Babri Masjid
  • The conflict at Ayodhya documented
  • Left historians intervene
  • Hindu sources on Rama worship and the Janmabhumi Temple
  • Pillar bases : the first archaeological evidence
  • A Gahadavala inscription recovered and Treta Ka Thakus re-discovered
  • Left historians and the ASI report
  • No mention of Babri Masjid in the revenue records
  • The Allahbad High Court judgement on the Ramjanmabhumi/Babri Masjid.
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ccxxxiv, 1204 pages ; 25 cm
  • Preface
  • Rights : revolution and evolution
  • Definition of state : Article 12
  • Inconsistency of laws : Article 13
  • Right to equality : general : Article 14
  • Prohibition of discrimination : Article 15
  • Equality of opportunity in matters of public employment : Article 16
  • Abolition of untouchability and titles (Arts. 17 and 18)
  • Certain civil liberties : Article 19
  • Protection in respect of conviction for offences : Article 20
  • Protection of life and personal liberty : Article 21
  • Protection against arrest and detention in certain matters : Article 22
  • Right against exploitation : Articles 23 & 24
  • Right to freedom of religion : Articles 25 to 28
  • Cultural and educational rights : Articles 29 and 30
  • Saving of certain laws : Articles 31-A to 31-C
  • Right to constitutional remedies and other incidental aspects : Articles 32 and 35-A
  • Right to property
  • Public interest litigation in relation to fundamental rights.
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