A Lawyers World
The book consists of articles and touches upon many apparently disparate themes. Subjects discussed are thought provoking and of keen interest not only for the lawyers and judges but also for the intelligentsia of the country as a whole. It depicts that basic nature everywhere is the same, irrespective of the time and distance which separates them.
Cyber Laws (5th Edition)
This book is a collection of talks given by the author at different places; suitably modified in the form of a book. It is divided into two parts. Part-I deals with different aspects of Cyber laws and is topic wise. Part-II of the book is meant to be a manual of Cyber Laws. It contains relevant Acts, Rules, Notifications, Policies, Guidelines and relevant parts of the Agreements.
Published by Universal Law Publishers Co. Pvt. Ltd
Musings of a Judge
The book contains articles and speeches of the author on diverse subjects such as law, science, social issues and
several other topics of general nature. They are not only beneficial to the students, lawyers and judges, but are of great interest to the public at large.
Published by AIR Law Academy & Research Centre
A Lawyers World
Collection of Articles from the legal profession. Rich with anecdotes. … India Today.
The book’s witty style makes these strings of anecdotes worth a read. A student of science who takes up the legal profession under his father’s persuasion, the author draws together interesting incidents from his career as also exemplary personalities he had come across in his years as a legal eagle. … The Statesman
Critical study of the working of the justice delivery system and some of its weaknesses ... author casts his net wide, but what he catches is not only fish but shells, snails and other kinds of objects. …Hindu
Commendable job … refreshing work … attractive package … reasonable price…. The Book Review
A collection of articles in the realm of the relatively soft' areas of legal culture … book will serve the purpose of emphasising that administration of justice is the people's concern and not merely the exclusive preserve of lawyers and judges…. The Lawyer's Collective
The author, presently a judge of the Allahabad High Court, has given us an eminently readable book … We have pleasure in commending this book to every one of our readers … attractive look. … The Law Weekly
Depicts a degree of versatility … an asset for lawyer … critical study of the working of the justice delivery system and exposes some of its weaknesses… thought provoking and delves into the niceties of legal problems. … Maharashtra Law Journal
This book purports to be a critical study of the working of the Justice delivery system and exposes some of its weaknesses. It covers some important cases and comments on them....A mixed…. Business India.
A critical study of the working of our judicial system and exposes the weaknesses … material is thought provoking … written in an easy style … highly recommended for bar, library and practitioners of law… Law Teller
Book is unique … author has to be commended for the effort. Study of Law blended with scientific temper teaches precision and sharpens the analytical skills essential in the equipment of a lawyer … interesting articles … thought provoking … good reading for lawyers & judges. … Gujarat Law Reporter
[It] comes as a whiff of fresh air, and indeed a ray of hope, lending a bit of colour if not punch to what would otherwise become rather staid and stereotyped … commendable job… Northern India Patrika
Unique … thought provoking … depicts versatility … instructive … fascinating reading for all … not merely for lawyers and judges. … Justice JS Verma Former Chief Justice of India
It provides a fascinating insight into some judicial and legal events served through the standards of high moral values… Justice RS Pathak Former Chief Justice of India.
An admirable introduction to thorny legal issues, written in a simple and interesting style … immediately accessible to the reader. … Justice Ram Manohar Sahai Retd. Judge, Supreme Court of India
A readable collection of articles by a scientific mind … in the legal profession. … Shanti Bhushan, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court & Former Minister for Law, Justice & Company Affairs
Incidences recorded … very interesting. … Soli J Sorabjee, Attorney General of India
The book is eloquent testimony of versatility deep sincerity and courage of conviction. Dr. LM Singhvi MP, Senior Advocate.
Set of articles on varied aspects of life and living in the world of law. Lawyers and lawmakers … a very interesting reading … thought provoking. … Justice Satish Chandra Former Chief Justice Allahabad & Calcutta High Court
Your interest … is really praise worthy. .. Justice Jitendra Vir Gupta Former Chief Justice Punjab & Haryana High Court
The author has very deftly dealt with myriad of events to weave a story that is not only interesting but educative too. … Justice Amitav Banerji , Former Chief Justice, Allahabad High Court & Ex-Chairman, Central Administrative Tribunal
Book is special in character … full of author's experiences … relating to the period of emergency, will go down in the history of the judiciary … written in a very nice style … author has put his heart into it. … Sure the book will be welcomed by the entire Bar and Judiciary. … Justice S D Agrawala, Former Chief Justice, Punjab & Haryana High Court
Valuable publication. …Justice KG Balakrishnan , Chief Justice, Gujarat High Court
Extremely interesting … the author has handled different topics with ease and giving many details…. Life sketches drawn are absorbing…. Suggestions made in Draft Bill are thought provoking. The Draft Bill of population control in India is absolutely necessary…. It is worth consideration by the political powers … will be a useful addition to the legal literature. …Justice PS Patankar, Bombay High Court
discussed are thought provoking and of keen interest not only for
the lawyers and judges but also for the intelligentsia of the
country as a whole.
Book sharply reflects the practical aspects of the law. …Justice Mukul Mudgal, Delhi High Court.
I had expected the book to be choke-full of unintelligible legalese. Imagine my pleasant surprise when I found it to be readable and absorbing. It is in the form of short articles aspects and vignettes. Another aspect I liked about the article was that fundamental issues, some philosophical import, were clearly brought out and explained… Dr. Vijai A Singh, Prof. IIT, Kanpur
Come out very nicely … fine publication … very interesting reading. ..Prof. Raj M Manglik, Director, Thermal Fluids & Thermal Processing Lab University of Cincinnati, USA
In the recent past, I have not read a book with such interest as I read it… It not only makes an interesting reading but provides some true insight too. … Justice BC Patel, Judge High Court of Gujrat.
It is interesting as to be unputdownable. …. Justice KN Goyal, Chairman UP State Law commission, Lucknow.
The book is absorbing reading which merits, attention not only for its style but also its contents. A must for every one connected with the filed of law. Justice VK Mehrotra former Judge Allahabad and Himanchal High Court.
A treasure of information and knowledge…. Justice Jai Shankar Trivedi Former Judge Allahabad High Court
The book will be appreciated by everyone. … Justice Umesh Chandra Srivastava, Former Judge of Allahabad High Court.
The Book is fine composition… Justice DPS Chauhan former Judge of Allahabad and MP High Court.
book] touches upon the technological basis of cyber laws. It
carries discussions and understanding of digital signatures,
source codes, metatags, linking, electronic documents etc.; some
elementary and not-so-elementary concepts that are fundamental to
any deliberation on cyber law jurisprudence . . . .The
‘Cyber Laws’, by Justice Yatindra Singh, a sitting judge of
Allahabad High Court, has been published by Universal Law
Publishing Co. and is now in its fourth edition. The book is a
comprehensive guide to the various legal issues which have
arisen as a result of the unprecedented growth of the internet.
It covers both academic and practical information regarding
technology related issues and the underlying legal principles
which have been applied in these areas......The Indian
Journal of Law and Technology (http://www.ijlt.in)
Chapter-I deals with the historical background of the Information Technology Act and mainly refers to the various sections of the Act. Chapter-2 deals with International Organisations and important Treaties. Chapters-3 to 5 deals with the protection of computer software, trade secret and reverse engineering. Chapter-6 deals with the legal problems faced by sites hosting web pages and information service providers. Chapter-7 and 8 deal with the future of IPR in the area of computer software, E-commerce and Taxation respectively. The grey areas are covered by Chapter-9.
For the proper analysis of Cyber Laws, the author lucidly explains the science behind the technology in order to sort out the legal issues. The book will be an asset to companies dealing in computer software or provi9ding software solutions, web page providers, Internet service providers, Banks, Insurance companies and other bodies providing online services, government departments implementing information technology, police officials dealing with investigation of cyber-crimes, teachers, students, lawyers and Judges.
Musings of a Judge
The sober judge