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Legally Yours

Legally Yours

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Contents
•   Then (1958) and Now (2012)
•   Judicial Appointments and Disappointments
•   Kapadia Contra Khurshid
•   Morning Miscellany
•   Freedom Should Become A Colossal Colony
•   Human Rights and the Common Citizen
•   A Case for Sad Serious Investigation for the Nation's Constitutional Preamble's Sake
•   The Noble Preamble: We have Promises to Keep
•   The Constitution Revisited
•   The Judicial Process and Delivery of Social Justice
•   Contempt Power—Utility or Futility
•   My Supreme Court Days—A Wan Span or Years of Elan?
•   Constitutional Socialism, Right to Life and Food Security Bill
•   Is the Little Socialist India Legally Yours? No. Look at the Rabid Pride of Petrol
    Diesel Price Hike ~ More Tears - Common Man
•   The Buddha, Mahatma Gandhi Violence and Robbery— Universal Corrodes National Economy
•   The Buddha—His Bone and Soul
•   Bapuji, the Father of the Indian Nation - An Eternal Tomorrow
•   A Day of Wonder
•   The Chandrasekharan Butchery - Terrorist Public Economy of Revolutionary Barbarity
•   The Cultural Collapse of Kerala
•   Mullaperiyar Controversy A New Dynamic Pragmatic Solution
•   A Posthumous Tribute to Kelu Nambiar
•   V.S. Quits and Marxists in the Grip of a Split Syndrome
•   2012 Birthday Speech
•   Inaugural Address of Hon'ble Vice-President of India, Shri Hamid Ansari on the Occasion of the 97th •   •   Birthday of Shri Justice V.R. Krishna lyer
•   Communalism, Godist Pluralism, Corruption and Colonialism
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Author Details
JUSTICE V.R. KRISHNA IYER
born on 15th November, 1915, in northern Kerala and educated in Annainalai and Madras Universities, practiced law and defended peasants and workers against the exploitation of the feudal lords who had full support of the colonial regime.
In 1956 Mr. lyer was elected initially to Madras Legislative Assembly and later, after reorganization of States, to the Kerala Assembly, where he was chosen as Minister in charge of important portfolios like Home, Law, Social Welfare and Irrigation.
He was appointed judge of the Kerala High Court in July 1968 and became the Member of the Law Commission of India two years later.
In 1973, the Supreme Court of India beckoned him where he played an important role in an era of judicial activism, public interest litigation, affirmative action through Courts and a wide ranging exercise of judicial review for which the Indian Judiciary is being hailed throughout the world today. Though his tenure in the Apex Court was relatively short, he managed to make a lasting impression on public mind.
He is the author of numerous books and has penned innumerable articles and is a leading member of several social organizations and professional
bodies.
Mr. Justice lyer is an Honorary Visiting Professor of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore and a promoter of its Community Law Reform Programme. He has been honoured with several coveted awards and distinctions from various organizations around the world.
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