Indian Judiciary System
Justice Anand Venkatesh, who has by now put money worth Rs.10 crores and odd, in the hands of innocent accident victims, lending mite as more than a rescue and recovery package, they desperately needed.
Judiciary may have done well for itself, to the eternal gratitude of the stakeholders and the litigant public, in particular, in the higher cause of justice.
By entertaining so much worthless Public Interest Litigation, Judiciary is able to successfully exert pressure on government and divert the focus from their incompetence because Public Interest Litigation give them undue popularity and hide their incompetence and shortcomings especially at the lower Judiciary level.
In such difficult times, the Judiciary may be well advised to introduce the precept and practice of Written Submissions, (which is now part of the dispensation under Consumer Protection Act, 1986).
Time may have come for the Central Government and the State Governments, to grab these Pandemic Times, as THE occasion to achieve the twin aims of a huge reduction in the docket explosion in courts and a collateral yet humongous economic benefit in the hands of the litigants.
IRDA needs to intervene to introduce some fair reforms in certain insurance fields which might make it a fair game for the victims.
The former Chief Justice of Supreme Court of India, Shri Ranjan Gogoi has been appointed to the upper...
Former Justice B.G. Kolse Patil, who was once also accused of sexual misconduct, tries to incite a gathering of Muslims to hit the streets in large numbers without fear to pressurize the current Indian Government.
We now have a bench strength of 34 which never sits together as one, but split as benches of 2 or more and hears a variety of causes on their Boards, as picked and chosen by the Chief Justice of India as Master of the Roster.
For the sake of the future generations, for the sake of our children, please read more books about how Congress had been ruling the country and be aware of the dangers.
मैं विग़त 8 महीनो से साउथ कोरिया में रह रहा हूँ। यहाँ भारतीय लोगों की संख्या क़रीब 13 हज़ार हैं। पर एच॰एस॰एस न होने के आभाव में मैंने महसूस किया है, कि भारतीय लोग संगठित नहीं हैं। और संगठित नहीं होने के कारण लोग अपनी संस्कृति से दूर जा रहे हैं।
This conversation is only an attempt to present the comparative study of jail terms served by both Savarkar and Jawaharlal Nehru.