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Making judiciary an accountable and just institution

reforms in the judicial system require sustained effort and commitment from all stakeholders, including the government, the judiciary, and civil society organizations.

King’s Sceptre and Bishop’s Crook: The personal law conflict under Article 13

When human society first developed on an appreciable scale, the concept of a well-organized and efficient State exercising the tools of civil, political, and coercive power was not as well-developed as it is today. The traditional role of the law, thus, in acting as the arbiter between persons, was taken over by an institution far more pervasive and powerful: religion.

The Supreme Court is out of order

Unsurprisingly, the Court has never taken notice of numerous instances where Hindu Gods & Goddesses have been insulted and religious sentiments of the Hindu community have been grievously hurt.

The injustice against Justice Pushpa V. Ganediwala

Justice Pushpa V. Ganediwala's withdrawl from the Bombay HC displays an infantile silence slowly enveloping an otherwise jurisprudentially diverse judicial culture.

Indian Supreme Court and social media

Social media is here to stay. No government can stop it. Any attempt to stop it, the people will find ways to get around it.

Universalizing human rights: UCC & women rights

Is UCC a tool of secularism & communal politics or an instrument enabling gender justice, equity & intersectional equality?

Lawyer writes to CJI; seeks Suo moto cognizance on the defamatory tweets of Kunal Kamra

Lucknow based advocate Siddhant Mishra on Thursday wrote a letter to the Chief Justice of India SA Bobde urging him to take Suo moto cognizance on the defamatory tweets of Kunal Kamra against the sitting judge of Supreme Court Hon'ble Justice Dr D.Y Chandarchud.

Dire need of judicial and police reforms

Why does no one demand judicial and police reforms? Is asking for mob and street justice is enough to defeat the rapidly increasing rape cases? Why does no one demand to govt for the implementation of Justice JS Verma committee report in its letter and spirit?

How the sad demise of a Holy seer brought back the memory of Indira’s blatant abuse of power

As we pray to God to provide Moksha to the revered saint Kesavananda Bharti; we, the Indian citizens, must be thankful to him for moving the writ petition of fundamental Right in Supreme Court, just at the age of 30, under the guidance Legal Luminary Nani Palkhiwala.

Media Trial “आज तक”- from Nanavati to SSR case

Most crazy thing is that in media trial, The SSR case shows that media gets crucial evidence ahead of Investigating Officer.

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