Wednesday, June 3, 2020

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Do judgements contribute to pendency pandemic?

Just as the Covid-19 virus is not going anywhere until a Vaccine is discovered, this pendency Pandemic too is not going anywhere until a vaccine is found by superior Judiciary, to administer to itself, quite heavy doses of the same.

Judiciary also needs to ‘learn to live with coronavirus’

Judiciary should rise against all the odds & set a benchmark in the history of judicial system amid the corona pandemic.

Right to life is fundamental to right to privacy

The times we live in are such that the right to privacy seems so esoteric though it may be too basic for a man in his ‘castle’, for the world and India are now in the midst of a war against a virus, to just live, in the first place.

E-Courts: A virtual reality?

The transition of the present system to the E-Court system seems inevitable. For some, it will be smooth, however, it will be difficult for others.

Supreme court may need to tweak its order on limitation

21 days of lockdown and the Supreme Court of India

Battle of the fringe

Every part of the ecosystem has its own fringe and It is easy to spot the “Battle of the Fringe” being played out around us.

Open letter to Bombay Bar Association on condemning judges for their political views

The resolutions passed by the Bombay Bar Association, which appear to be rather myopic as it only condemns the Hon’ble Justice Arun Mishra of the SC of India for merely exercising his right to free speech and expression guaranteed by the Indian Constitution under Article 19.

Why our media, cops and lawmakers don’t deserve to celebrate the Hyderabad Encounter

As a society we should take our police, media, lawmakers and judiciary to task instead of celebrating their failures.

Judicial & police reforms: The need of the hour

Some humble suggestions to bring in the much needed judicial cum police reforms in a scientific and logical way. It will bring in transparency, accountability, fairness and reliability to our judiciary.

Why Justice Arun Mishra was after all right in refusing recusal

Seeking recusal is not an offence. But seeking recusal on ‘legal issues’ does no credit to the cause. It may have been easy for Justice Mishra to yield. He deserves praise for standing up. It redounds to the institution’s image.

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कोरोना काल: स्कूल बनाम अभिवावक

क्या बच्चों की पढ़ाई की पूरी जिम्मेदारी सिर्फ स्कूल की है, अभिभावकों की बिल्कुल भी नहीं? क्या कोरोनावायरस वैश्विक महामारी में जब दुनिया ज़्यादा से ज़्यादा चीजों को ऑनलाइन कर रही है तो ऑनलाइन शिक्षा से परहेज़ क्यों?

Redefining health in the pandemic

The fact that scores of individuals are successfully traversing sun-scorched lanes almost empty-stomach for days together, shows that one meal a day is enough to sustain your body.

PM-CARES: Why it is not under the ambit of RTI

PM-NRF, a similar trust was set up by PM, Jawaharlal Nehru in his "personal capacity" in the year 1948. Interestingly, PM-NRF too, isn't under the purview of RTI and CAG.

Congress campaign split up in it’s own

Sonia Gandhi announces the party will pay for the train tickets of the labourers and Rahul Gandhi doesn’t even tweet about it.

Who Is “it”?

Black lives matter, and Martin Luther showed us the Gandhian principle to show this to the world. Please do not incite violence as "it" thrives on one simple mistake of yours.

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MNS bares its anti-Hindu fangs

Raj Thackeray’s haphazard attempt to relaunch his party as Hindu outfit has failed, leading to desperation and cheap politics.

In conversation with Nehru: On Savarkar’s mercy petitions

This conversation is only an attempt to present the comparative study of jail terms served by both Savarkar and Jawaharlal Nehru.