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Supreme Court permits urgent hearing on Mathura demolition amidst legal standstill

Supreme Court Permits urgent hearing on Mathura demolition amidst legal standstill; parties granted liberty to approach Allahabad High Court Chief Justice

Justice K M Joseph asked, “do you know who is Periyar?” we could respond: “yes, we do!”

Did the judge know that Periyar, or EVR, spoke with utmost derision and wild contempt for the Hindu religion and its practices, not once but on numerous occasions? That EVR himself was widely viewed as dishing out hate speeches and hate acts against Hindus? 

The Collegium System and beyond

How are the common men of the country looking at this ongoing stalemate? With the background laid down above it makes sense to try to empathise with both sides

NJAC or Collegium: an unsettled debate

It is not possible to say definitively which system is better for Indian democracy, as both the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) and the Collegium system have their own strengths and weaknesses.

Fight against corruption and political martyrdom

People want a government in New Delhi who has a ‘clean image’ and ‘strong leadership/governance skills’, and subsequently the same be simulated in state capitals.

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.

अजान का “ग़ैरक़ानूनी” शोर कब तक?

अजान के शोर से सिर्फ़ हिंदू समुदाय में रोष हो ऐसा भी नही है हाल ही में पानीपत में रहने वाले मोहम्मद आज़म ने लिखित रूप मे पुलिस से शिकायत कर इस शोर को बंद करवाने की माँग की साथ ही उन्होंने सर्वोच्च न्यायालय के निर्देश का हवाला दिया जिसमें रात 10 और सुबह 6 बजे तक लाउड्स्पीकर बजाना बैन है।

Powers of High Courts to recall judgments/orders in criminal matters: An Analysis

Considering these binding precedents, the Supreme Court’s order of November 22 needs immediate reconsideration as it has been rendered without taking into account the aforesaid views.

“Women belong in all places where decisions are being made”

With three women judges swearing-in, The Supreme Court of India now has the highest number of sitting women judges ever in its History of 7 decades.

दो पहिए वाली भारतीय न्यायपालिका और न्याय व्यवस्था

भारत के मुख्य न्यायाधीश महोदय माननीय श्री शरद अरविंद बोबडे जी की एक फोटो सामने आई जिसमें वो नागपुर में एक महंगी विदेशी मोटरसाइकिल पर बैठे हुए देखे गए थे। लोगों ने इस तस्वीर को देखकर अपनी-अपनी प्रतिक्रिया जा़हिर की।

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