Citizens' Rights, Judges and State Accountability

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - Law - 396 pages
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This volume deals with cirisis in various institutions including the judiciary, the civil service, and elections. It highlights the process of accountability in these institutions, the citizens' rights to know, the working of the commissions enquiry, the political process, article 370 and the armed forces.

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Contents

Tackling Judicial Delinquency
11
The Systems Prestige at its
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Imputing Bias and the Law of Contempt
27
Copyright

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A.G. Noorani is an Advocate at the Supreme Court of India, and a leading Constitutional expert.

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