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Category Archives: Judiciary
Any judicial reform must address these issues so that the justice delivery system becomes efficient and more friendly to common citizens of India. Continue reading
The judicial accountability bill tries to streamline few things but does not effectively address the issue of corruption in judiciary. It will get more teeth only if some of the proposals of Anna Hazare team are incorporated. Continue reading
There is an urgent need to fix the Indian legal system and make it friendly to common people. Slow justice delivery speed is just a symptom underneath many things have weaken the system. A thorough overhaul at all levels and in all areas is long overdue. Continue reading
There are over 3.2 crore pending cases in Indian courts. About 2.5 lakh jail inmates are under trial. The legal system is still a prisoner of procedures and technicalities. So, who will give justice to the ordinary man? Continue reading
While no one can be allowed to scandalize or lower the authority of the courts, but why this vague provision stifle honest and fair criticism and take away liberty of common citizens? Should judge’s conduct (even of corruption) be beyond scrutiny or concern of “We, the people of India?” Continue reading