of Post-Canonical Paliliterature. We are generally to exclude from ourscheme various Pali works on law, grammar, prosody,lexicography, and the commentaries written inBurma and Ceylon from the 15th century A.D.onwards. In dealing with the Post-Canoni
f 23rd June 1962 should be deemed, for all purposes, to have had,and to have, no force or effect in law.
It was contended on behalf of the defendants (1) that the first information of23rd June 1962 was still pending before the Supreme Court, and that
good and ill.
10ALTON LOCKE, TAILOR AND POET.
My mother moved by rule and method; by God's law, as
she considered, and that only. She seldom smiled. Her, word
was absolute. She never commanded twice, without punishing. And yet there were aby
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stitutioninto Law1.1 We say, at the very outset, that the Parliament has no legalpower to pass into law the Draft Constitution, in its present form, and have it enactedand adopted as the Supreme Law of the State. The reasons we give are the following
titution into Law1.1 We say, at the very outset, that the Parliament has no legalpower to pass into law the Draft Constitution, in its present form,and have it enacted and adopted as the Supreme Law of the State. Thereasons we give are the following.
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a school in connection with Dharmasastra inwhich the most important treatises on religious and civillaw should be taught and the rules of interpretation givenby the Mimamsakas applied for the decision of legal points.I consider it advisable that in c
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cquainted with theinscriptions of that pious monarch. He said that he had taken[Pg 14]refuge in the law of Buddha and advised the King of Ceylon to findsalvation in the same way. He also sent magnificent presentsconsisting chiefly of royal insignia a