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    Author(s)George H Gadbois
    PublisherOxford Books India
    ISBN9780199469369
    Pages428
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJuly 2016

    Description

    Oxford Books India Judges of the Supreme Court of India 1950–1989 by George H Gadbois

    Key Features:

    Covers the first forty years of functioning of the Supreme Court of India
    Presents biographies of the first ninety-three judges of the Supreme Court of India who served the court from its inception in 1950 to 1989
    Essays based on author's interviews with judges and their families
    Engaging and readable account of the lives and times of judges

    Table Of Contents:

    Acknowledgements 

    India’s Judicial Elite 

    PART ONE 

    Eighteen Courts and Ninety-Three Judges 
    I. The Kania Court (1950–1) 
    II. The Sastri Court (1951–4) 
    III. The Mahajan Court (1954) 
    IV. The Mukherjea Court (1954–6) 
    V. The Das Court (1956–9) 
    VI. The Sinha Court (1959–64) 
    VII. The Gajendragadkar Court (1964–6) 
    VIII. The Sarkar Court (1966) 
    IX. The Subba Rao Court (1966–7) 
    X. The Wanchoo Court (1967–8) 
    XI. The Hidayatullah Court (1968–70) 
    XII. The Shah Court (1970–1) 
    XIII. The Sikri Court (1971–3) 
    XIV. The Ray Court (1973–7) 
    XV. The Beg Court (1977–8) 
    XVI. The Chandrachud Court (1978–85) 
    XVII. The Bhagwati Court (1985–6) 
    XVIII. The Pathak Court (1986–9) 

    PART TWO 

    A Collective Portrait 
    I. Father’s Occupation 
    II. Caste 
    III. Economic Status 
    IV. Religion 
    V. States of Birth 
    VI. Region 
    VII. Education 
    VIII. Indian Civil Service Officers 
    IX. Professional Careers 
    X. Participation in Politics 
    XI. Arrival on the High Court 
    XII. High Court Seniority 
    XIII. Age and Tenure 
    XIV. After Retirement 
    The Archetypal Judge 

    Appendices 

    Appendix I Judges of the Supreme Court of India, 1950–89 

    Appendix II Chief Justices of India, 1950–89 

    Glossary 

    Bibliography 

    Index 

    About the Author