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May 14, 2017
ICJ intervention in Kulbhushan Jadhav's case may pave way for his liberty, says Sarabjit' lawyer Awais SheikhSheikh now resides in Sweden after being offered permanent refuge by the Swedish government in 2013. He had to leave Pakistan owing to the multiple life-threatening attacks on him for representing Sarabjit.
May 10, 2017
Supreme Court to go paperless: Narendra Modi launches digital case management systemThe system will help litigants access data and retrieve information online and will be a step towards a paperless Supreme Court.
May 09, 2017
Michael Flynn's ouster continues to haunt Trump, may cripple US president's case in CongressThe spectre of former US National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is continuing to haunt President Donald Trump, even three months after his ouster
May 04, 2017
Justice Karnan vs Supreme Court: Why there is no reason to doubt his judgments following the 'mental checkup'One of them was of the opinion that if the Board of Doctors was to diagnose Justice Karnan with some form of mental illness, it would have major implications for all the judgments that he has passed so far.
Apr 28, 2017
Narendra Modi govt seeks Opposition support to setup all India judicial serviceThe NDA government, which lacks the numbers in the Rajya Sabha, is trying to convince parties to support its move to set up an all-India judicial service (AIJS), contending that it will help promote federal governance.
Apr 18, 2017
Narada sting case: Mamata Banerjee and TMC have nothing to fear from CBIDespite screaming headlines in media following CBI's move to lodge FIR against 12 prominent Trinamool Congress leaders and ministers in the Narada sting case, Mamata Banerjee has little to fear.
Apr 03, 2017
Cow slaughter ban fuelled by religious reasons, but unless we stop our hypocrisy, problems will persistCow slaughter (or a ban on it) has once again taken political centre stage in India.
Mar 31, 2017
Pendency in Indian Judiciary: Why reform needs to start with the lower courtsOf the 30 million pending court cases in India, over 80 percent are in district and lower courts, which are short of about 5,000 (23 percent) judges.
Mar 30, 2017
Aadhaar: After enrolling 88% of India's population, here's how govt plans to sign up the restMore than 1.12 billion Indians–88.2% of the population–have now been enrolled for Aadhaar, India’s controversial biometric national identity programme.
Mar 29, 2017
Anti-rape law: Concerns that women will misuse 'draconian' law is why our legal system so murkyThe petition puts forward a pretty skewed representation of the anti-rape law, by projecting the idea that rape cases are easy to win, when, in fact, rape convictions were at a five-year low last year.