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  • Universal's Kesavananda Bharati Case - The untold story of struggle for supremacy by Supreme Court and Parliament, by T.R. Andhyarujina

CHAPTER I: THE POLITICAL OVERTONES OF THE KESAVANANDA CASE
CHAPTER II: TENSIONS AND CONFLICTS IN THE CASE
CHAPTER III: JUSTICE BEG'S ILLNESS AND HOSPITALIZATION
CHAPTER IV: WAS THERE A RATIO IN KESAVANANDA CASE THAT "PARLIAMENT HAS NO POWER TO AMEND THE BASIC STRUCTURE OF THE CONSTITUTION"?
CHAPTER V: DID JUSTICE CHANDRACHUD CHANGE HIS JUDGMENT?
CHAPTER VI: WERE FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS HELD TO BE A PART OF THE BASIC STRUCTURE IN THE KESAVANANDA CASE?
CHAPTER VII: THE IMMEDIATE RESPONSE OF GOVERNMENT TO THE KESAVANANDA JUDGMENTS
CHAPTER VIII: HOW THE KESAVANANDA CASE SURVIVED AN ATTEMPT TO REVERSE IT BY THE COURT
CHAPTER IX: PARLIAMENT/GOVERNMENTS ATTEMPT TO OVERCOME THE KESAVANANDA "MAJORITY VIEW"
CHAPTER X: DID THE SUPREME COURT OR PARLIAMENT PREVAIL IN THE STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY?
CHAPTER XI: BASIC STRUCTURE LATER DISTILLED BY THE SUPREME COURT
CHAPTER XII: CONCLUSION
APPENDIX 1: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS

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Universal's Kesavananda Bharati Case - The untold story of struggle for supremacy by Supreme Court and Parliament, by T.R. Andhyarujina

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