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About 18 results for "nani palkhivala"

Of insight, vision, and a will to help

Comment · print · T T T+· T- It was in 1992 that eminent jurist Nani A. Palkhivala visited Sankara Nethralaya. He was so impressed with their work that he gave them all the stocks he owned. The following year he gave the hospital all ... The Hindu, 2 weeks ago

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New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Chasing wild geese brings nothing to the table

Some years ago, when my phone rang and I answered, Vir Sanghvi, then my editor-in-chief, said without preamble, Spell Palkhivala! Startled at the sharpness of his tone, I rattled off, P-a-l-k-h-i-v-a-l-a. My editor then instantly calmed down, ...
 Hindustan Times6 days ago

Two serious talents who loved to laugh together

By Dharmendra Bhandari The late A P J Abdul Kalam had a connection with Jaipur that not many remember. He visited Jaipur on November 17, 2005 for the inauguration of an exhibition of the selected cartoons by R K Laxman - "Laxman Rekha" — curated ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Why is NCC a full member of the BCCI?

The presence of National Cricket Club (NCC), Kolkata as a full member with voting right, has been a major topic of discussion among the BCCI administrators in recent times, especially with the Supreme Court-appointed three-member committee in ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Forget e-books. Here are the oldest bookstores in India

Reading habits have changed a lot the years; from the soft rustling of paper and the beautiful smell that accompanies old novels reminding one of days gone by, to e-books and e-book readers which are supposed to make the entire experience of reading ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Good Teachers Need of the Hour to Groom Professionals, Says SK Kaul

CHENNAI: If the country wants better lawyers, doctors and engineers, then what it desperately needs is better teachers, said Chief Justice of the Madras High Court S K Kaul. Speaking ahead of the Palkhivala Memorial Lecture held at Sankara ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Indian Express

When the bench buckled

The supersession of three judges and Ray's appointment caused a tremendous agitation in the legal community. The Supreme Court of India did not escape the oppressive atmosphere of the Emergency. Its functioning in several respects became a matter ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Corruption at the helm, not my kind of Ayukta: Justice Santosh Hegde

Bengaluru: As always Justice Santosh Hegde was at his explosive best as he went hammer and tongs against corruption in the Lokayukta he once headed. In an interview with Deccan Chronicle, the veteran jurist said there was not a single complaint ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
Indian Express

A need for vigilance

The Emergency may never return. Those who fought against this fascist action in 1975-77 are the rulers today and their commitment to protect democratic institutions is absolute. (Illustrations by: Pradeep Yadav) The Emergency wouldn't really have ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Times of India

Can expansion of fundamental rights post-1977 stop another Emergency?

, Justice Jagmohan Lal Sinha of Allahabad high court inflicted a stinging moral and mental blow to then PM Indira Gandhi. The HC annulled her election to Lok Sabha from Rae Bareli, taking away her authority to remain PM. She appealed in the ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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