The present deluxe edition of the book is now available, in superior quality binding, gilt edged, with gold embossed cover of international quality. It will certainly be a prized collection for any library. The book will add value to the professional ambience of the lawyers? chamber.
There are few men that make history. Justice H.R. Khanna, former Justice of the Supreme Court, is one of those great men. He stood up for dharma, the rule of law, and the individual, at great personal cost, in perilous times when the primacy of the rule of law and the strident independence of the judiciary that is taken for granted today, had been put in jeopardy.
A must-have for all those who strive towards a better understanding of the Constitution of India. Also, to gain further in-roads into the opinions and views of Justice Khanna, his autobiography Neither Roses Nor Thorns [1987 Edition, Reprinted 2003], will be a great asset.
1. Making of India's Constitution 1-178
2. Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala (Extracts)
3. Indira Nehru Gandhi v. Raj Narain (Extracts) 349-444
4. ADM, Jabalpur v. Shivakant Shukla (Extracts) 445-539