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  • Indian JudiciaryNamita Wahi , Harvard Law SchoolOct 2010

  • Indian JudiciaryFeatures

  • Indian JudiciaryFeaturesStructure

  • Indian JudiciaryFeaturesStructureSupreme Court

  • Indian JudiciaryFeaturesStructureSupreme CourtPhases

  • Unified JudiciaryFeatures of the Indian Judiciary

  • Unified JudiciaryFeatures of the Indian JudiciaryPower of Judicial Review

  • Unified JudiciaryFeatures of the Indian JudiciaryPower of Judicial ReviewJudicial Independence

  • Supreme CourtStructure of the Indian Judiciary

  • Supreme Court of India

    Namita Wahi, Harvard Law School

  • Supreme CourtStructure of the Indian JudiciaryHigh Courts

  • Supreme CourtStructure of the Indian JudiciaryHigh CourtsDistrict Courts

  • Structure

  • OriginalJurisdiction of the Supreme Court

  • OriginalJurisdiction of the Supreme CourtAppellate

  • OriginalJurisdiction of the Supreme CourtAppellateAdvisory

  • OriginalJurisdiction of the Supreme CourtAppellateAdvisorySpecial Leave to Appeal (SLP)

  • The period from 1950-1970Three phases of the Supreme Court

  • The period from 1950-1970Three phases of the Supreme CourtThe period from 1970-1980

  • The period from 1950-1970Three phases of the Supreme CourtThe period from 1970-1980The period from 1980-2010

  • The period from 1950-1970Land Reform CasesKameshwar Singh v. State of Bihar (1952)

  • The period from 1950-1970Land Reform CasesKameshwar Singh v. State of Bihar (1952) Golaknath v. State of Punjab (1967)

  • The period from 1970-1980Before the EmergencyBasic Structure Case: Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala (1973)

  • The period from 1970-1980Before the EmergencyBasic Structure Case: Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala (1973)The Case That Shook IndiaState of Uttar Pradesh v. Raj Narain (1975) (Allahabad High Court)

  • The period from 1970-1980Justice Jagmohanlal Sinha

  • The period from 1970-1980During the EmergencyReview of the Basic Structure Case (1975)

  • The period from 1970-1980During the EmergencyReview of the Basic Structure Case (1975)Election Case: Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narain (1975)

  • The period from 1970-1980During the EmergencyReview of the Basic Structure Case (1975)Election Case: Indira Gandhi v. Raj Narain (1975)Habeas Corpus Case: ADM Jabalpur v. Shiv Kant Shukla (1976)

  • The period from 1970-1980Justice H.R. Khanna

  • The period from 1980-2010Public Interest Litigation

  • The period from 1980-2009Public Interest LitigationSocial Rights

  • The period from 1980-2009Public Interest LitigationSocial RightsPolicymaking and Legislative power

  • The period from 1980-2009Public Interest LitigationSocial RightsPolicymaking and Legislative powerComplete power over judicial appointments

  • The period from 1980-2009Public Interest LitigationSocial RightsPolicymaking and Legislative powerComplete power over judicial appointmentsLack of coherent public policy

  • The period from 1980-2009Public Interest LitigationSocial RightsPolicymaking and Legislative powerComplete power over judicial appointmentsLack of coherent public policyLack of transparency

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