We are delighted to place before the legal fraternity, the 6 years’ consolidated index of the LABOUR LAW JOURNAL. Exhaustive and immensealy practical, this publication covers the law declared and interpreted by the Supreme Court, and the various High Courts. We have compiled the topics, sub-topics and case-law in a manner which makes referencing easy for the practitioners, saving valuable time, by guiding them to the correct and most relevant primary source. Parallel citations have been painstakingly identified and made available. This index contains over 11000 case references and is the most concise, complete and reliable reference work on Labour Laws. We are confident that the present new edition will prove to be an indispensable tool to a wide range of legal professionals as well as the Bench The present Consolidated Index to Labour Law Journal (1949 to 2005) contains Index to Cases reported in 1,24,000 pages (appx.) of 126 volumes of LABOUR LAW JOURNAL from 1949 to 2005 inclusive of cases reported in Supplement Volumes of Labour Law Journal published since 1993 issued as LLJ. (Suppl.) Volume to each of the respective years from 1993 to 2004. The Index to LLJ consists of complete index points contained in the “ORIGINAL HEAD NOTES AND SHORT NOTES” of “LABOUR LAW JOURNAL”, a reputed magazine and an authoritative Journal on the subject having copious citations by the Bench & the Bar now and then. Index of cases reported in 1,24,000 pages (appx.) of LLJ. 1949-2005 and LLJ (Suppl.) Volumes (1993-2004) to respective years are arranged alphabetically Actwise, Sectionwise and Topicwise with cross references provided so as to leave no point unnoticed. Parties names are mentioned in each and every case. Equal Citations to other Law Reports are given wherever found necessary. These of course, are again edited under the guidance of same Editorial Board—the renowned Editors of Labour Law Journal, Madras. We are sure that the present Consolidated Index to LLJ 1949-2005 in 4 Volumes will be the most quickest, most reliable and most authoritative index, adding not only grace to your library but will be of intense use in your day-to-day labour law dealings. There are more plus points than we have room to mention but if you want to know more, read through. You'll be very impressed by this new addition to your library. The series achieves a remarkable width of appeal without the sacrifice of any data from the LLJ monthlies. It is a contribution to labour law efficiency which can be read with confidence by any intelligent citizen and which should be read by every industrialist, trade unionist, lawyer and Bench and Bar who wants detailed information about the latest developments of the labour laws in India. For everyone actually involved in the management, unions, whether his work be administrative or with personnels or otherwise, this comprehensive study is indispensable.