Musings on law and justice

Print edition : March 07, 2014

Three Judges and their Times: Colonial Education, Nationalist Consciousness, By Narendra P. Chapalgaonkar, Translated from Marathi by Sharadchandra Panse, LexisNexis, 2013, Pages: 256, Price: Rs.295.

Parliament: Powers, Functions & Privileges. A Comparative Constitutional Perspective, By Dr K.S. Chauhan, LexisNexis, 2013, Pages: 797, Price: Rs. 1,295.

10 Judgements that Changed India, By Zia Mody, Shobaa De Books, Penguin Group, 2013, Pages: 240, Price: Rs. 399.

On the Front Foot: Writings of Anil Divan on Courts, Press and Personalities, Universal Law Publishing Co., 2013, Pages: 340, Price: Rs. 450.

Story of a Chief Justice, By Justice U.L. Bhat, Universal Law Publishing Co., 2013, Pages: 457, Price: Rs. 725.

The crowd outside the Supreme Court during the hearing in the Ayodhya case on March 12, 2002. Photo: RAMESH SHARMA

Reclaiming the Vision: Challenges of Indian Constitutional Law and Governance. Select Works of P.P. Rao editied by Dr Lokendra Malik, LexisNexis, 2013, Pages: 447, Price: Rs.425.

The Shifting Scales of Justice: The Supreme Court in Neo-Liberal India, Edited by Mayur Suresh and Siddharth Narrain, Orient Blackswan, 2014, Pages: 197, Price: Rs.650.

Legal practitioners and academics engage with the history, politics and shifting scales of justice in India.
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