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  • Title: who is afraid of free discussion? only the man who is not on the side of truth....
  • Author: Nani Palkhiwala
  • ISBN: 2940026300266
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Nook
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    About "Nani Palkhiwala"

    1. Nani Palkhiwala

      Nanabhoy Nani Ardeshir Palkhivala was an Indian Jurist and Economist His name is a byword in India s legal world A man of many and varied parts, he has crossed with ease the law s narrow confines and has gone beyond into numerous other fields His life s work, as evidenced by history, and his several writings and speeches, bears testimony to his passionate commitment to public causes He has given generously and unsparingly of himself and his talents to the nation whenever the occasion demanded most particularly in defence of the rights and liberties of the common man, so that the well springs of democracy may remain undefiled.Nani Palkhivala was born in 1920 in Bombay to blue collar, middle class Parsi parents His family name derives from the profession of his forefathers a common practice among Parsis , who had been manufacturers of palanquins palkhis.He was educated at Masters Tutorial High School, and later at St Xavier s College, both in Bombay He was a dedicated scholar and excelled even though he was hampered by a bad stammer At college, he earned a master s degree in English literature He overcame his speech impediment.Upon graduating, Palkhivala applied for a position as lecturer at Bombay University, but was not awarded the post Soon found himself trying to obtain admission to institutions of higher learning to further his academic career It being late in the term, most courses were closed, and he enrolled at Government Law College, Bombay, where he discovered that he had a gift for unravelling the intricacies of jurisprudence.He was called to the bar in 1944 and served in the chambers of the legendary Sir Jamshedji Behramji Kanga in Bombay He quickly gained a reputation as an eloquent and articulate barrister, and was often the center of attention in court, where students of law and younger members of the bar association would flock to watch him His excellent court craft and an extraordinary ability to recall barely known facts rendered him an irresistible force.N Palkhivala initial fort was commercial and tax law Together with Sir Jamshedji, he authored what was then and still is today an authoritative work The Law and Practice of Income Tax Palkhivala was 30 years old at the time of the first printing Sir Jamshedji later admitted that the credit for this work belonged exclusively to Nani.Palkhivala first participation in a case of constitutional significance occurred in 1951, where he served as junior counsel in the case Nusserwanji Balsara vs State of Bombay 1951 Bom 210 , assisting the esteemed Sir Noshirwan Engineer in challenging several provisions of the Bombay Prohibition Act Before the year was out, Palkhivala was arguing cases himself, but his first case of constitutional importance a challenge of the validity of land requisition acts was lost before the Bombay High Court.By 1954 however, barely 10 years after his admission to the bar, Palkhivala was arguing before the Supreme Court It was in this, his first, case before that court concerning the interpretation of Article 29 2 and Article 30 of the Indian Constitution, which regulate the rights of religious minorities that he first articulated his later famous statements on the inviolate nature of the constitution.The laudatio from Princeton called him Defender of constitutional liberties, champion of human rights , and stated, he has courageously advanced his conviction that expediency in the name of progress, at the cost of freedom, is no progress at all, but retrogression Lawyer, teacher, author, and economic developer, he brings to us as Ambassador of India intelligence, good humour, experience, and vision for international understanding.

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