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Bangladesh lawmakers vote to give parliament right to impeach SC judges

Sep 18, 2014

Bangladesh lawmakers vote to give parliament right to impeach SC judges

Bangladesh's parliament now has the authority to impeach Supreme Court judges after lawmakers late on Wednesday voted to approve a much-debated amendment to the constitution. #Bangladesh #Supreme Court #Impeachment #Bangladesh parliament #judiciary powers
Judiciary's independence is non-negotiable, says CJI RM Lodha

Sep 14, 2014

Judiciary's independence is non-negotiable, says CJI RM Lodha

The CJI called upon the legal fraternity to keep away people who "play tricks to taint judiciary" saying any form of corruption in judiciary "shield impurity which is the worst form of aliment in thriving democracy." #TheySaidIt #Chief Justice of India #Supreme Court of India #Judicial appointments #justice system #Judicial Appointments Commission #Collegium System #RM Lodha #Judiciary Independence
Exposing graft doesn't defame judiciary, says Katju

Sep 08, 2014

Exposing graft doesn't defame judiciary, says Katju

Former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju, who recently court a controversy for talking about "judicial corruption", today attacked his critics, questioning how exposing graft defames judiciary while corruption by judges does not. #TheySaidIt #Judiciary #graft #Markandey Katju #Katju #defaming judiciary

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Number of criminal MPs in Parliament is embarrassing Jay Panda

Jun 20, 2013

Number of criminal MPs in Parliament is embarrassing Jay Panda

BJD's Jay Panda sheds light on the 3 Bills he has moved in Parliament seeking to keep criminals out of Parliament and how they matter. #Sonia Gandhi #Manmohan Singh #sushma swaraj #Q&A #Judiciary #parliament #Private member's bill #Jay Panda #Criminal cases
Judiciary in India  Victim or Culprit?

Mar 26, 2013

Judiciary in India Victim or Culprit?

The Indian judiciary is plagued by many ills and unfortunately the solutions aren't coming any time soon. #Supreme Court #CBI #ConnectTheDots #Courts #Indian judiciary #lawyers