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Kesavananda Bharati case the untold story of struggle for supremacy by supreme court and parliament

By: Andhyarujina, T R.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi Universal Law 2011Description: xi,150p.ISBN: 9789350351406.Subject(s): Kēśavānandabhāratī, Swami -- Trials, litigation, etc | Civil rights -- India | Constitutional amendments -- IndiaDDC classification: 342.850954
Contents:
Tensions and conflicts in the case -- Justice beg's [sic] illness and hospitalization -- Was there a ratio in Kesavananda case that "Parliament has no power to amend the basic structure of the Constitution"? -- Did Justice Chandrachud change his judgment? -- Were fundamental rights held to be a part of the basic structure in the Kesavananda case? -- The immediate response of government to the Kesavananda judgments -- How the Kesavananda case survived an attemptto reverse it by the court -- Parliament/governments [sic] attempt to overcome the Kesavananda "majority view" -- Did the Supreme Court or Parliament prevail in the struggle for supremacy? -- Basic structure later distilled by the Supreme Court --
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The political overtones of the Kesavananda case -- Tensions and conflicts in the case -- Justice beg's [sic] illness and hospitalization -- Was there a ratio in Kesavananda case that "Parliament has no power to amend the basic structure of the Constitution"? -- Did Justice Chandrachud change his judgment? -- Were fundamental rights held to be a part of the basic structure in the Kesavananda case? -- The immediate response of government to the Kesavananda judgments -- How the Kesavananda case survived an attemptto reverse it by the court -- Parliament/governments [sic] attempt to overcome the Kesavananda "majority view" -- Did the Supreme Court or Parliament prevail in the struggle for supremacy? -- Basic structure later distilled by the Supreme Court -- Conclusion.

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