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How the wheels of justice (don't) turn

This book can be the starting point to formulate a plan to prevent further erosion in the credibility of our courts.

In his 27th book, Arun Shourie starts with the almost unbelievable story of his wife, Anita, being issued an arrest warrant for evading summons that had never been served on her, in a case pertaining to an illegal farmhouse that she never built. In the next 12 chapters, with characteristic attention

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