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Building a 'Lakshman rekha' brick by brick: A perverse lesson from Uttarakhand

May 25, 2016

Building a 'Lakshman rekha' brick by brick: A perverse lesson from Uttarakhand

The lesson that needs to be learnt from Uttarakhand is for political parties to mend their ways of working. Unless that happens, not only the legislature but the entire architecture of democracy will be destroyed. #Supreme Court #ConnectTheDots #Arun Jaitley #Uttarakhand #Judiciary #RTI #parliament #FCRA #Vineet Narain #Executive #Lakshman Rekha
NEET 2016: The conflict between the judiciary and Centre is cause for worry

May 16, 2016

NEET 2016: The conflict between the judiciary and Centre is cause for worry

In the NEET issue, no government will, obviously, take kindly to the judiciary seeking to review its performance #Supreme Court #Judiciary #students #NEET #medical entrance exam #students in india #NEET 2016
SC directs Centre to release MGNREGA funds, pay damages to farmers

May 13, 2016

SC directs Centre to release MGNREGA funds, pay damages to farmers

The Supreme Court asked the Centre to release all necessary funds for MGNREGA scheme to the States and directed it to pay compensation for delayed wages to the farmers in drought-affected areas. #India #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Judiciary #farmers #MGNREGA #NGO #Drought #disaster management #Apex Court #national disaster #Swaraj Abhiyan
Six months after NJAC verdict, Supreme Court gets 4 new judges

May 12, 2016

Six months after NJAC verdict, Supreme Court gets 4 new judges

The Supreme Court will get four new judges on Friday as Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice AM Khanwilkar and Justice Ashok Bhushan and the former additional solicitor general L Nageswara Rao are scheduled to be sworn-in. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Judiciary #NJAC #DY Chandrachud
Fascist reaction: Opposition slams Jaitley for anti-judiciary remark

May 12, 2016

Fascist reaction: Opposition slams Jaitley for anti-judiciary remark

Several Opposition leaders expressed disappointment that Jaitley, an eminent lawyer who has studied the Constitution, made such a statement. #BJP #Rajya Sabha #CriticalPoint #Arun Jaitley #Uttarakhand #Judiciary #NCP #TMC #RSS #President's rule #Majeed Memon #SR Bommai vs Union of India
Judicial overreach: Netas must ask themselves who brought things to this pass

May 12, 2016

Judicial overreach: Netas must ask themselves who brought things to this pass

It appears that the legislature and the executive have failed to answer or introspect how they managed to cede space to the judiciary. #IPL #InMyOpinion #Arun Jaitley #bIhar #Judiciary #Bengaluru #GST #parliament #judicial overreach #public interest litigations
CJI rejects use of Hindi in higher judiciary: MoS Kiren Rijiju

May 10, 2016

CJI rejects use of Hindi in higher judiciary: MoS Kiren Rijiju

Use of Hindi in higher judiciary has not been made compulsory yet due to negative feedback from the CJI, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said. #NewsTracker #Chief Justice of India #Judiciary #Hindi #English #Kiren Rijiju
Country needs over 70,000 judges to clear pending backlog of cases: CJI

May 09, 2016

Country needs over 70,000 judges to clear pending backlog of cases: CJI

The country now requires more than 70,000 judges to clear the mounting backlog of cases, said Chief Justice of India TS Thakur. #NewsTracker #Government #CJI #Judiciary #Modi #High Court #Court #TS Thakur
Case still in court, JNU's pre-judicial punishment to Kanhaiya, Anirban and Umar is a travesty of justice

Apr 27, 2016

Case still in court, JNU's pre-judicial punishment to Kanhaiya, Anirban and Umar is a travesty of justice

The JNU administration has achieved the impossible. Perhaps for the first time in JNU's history, it has united the Left and Right against a draconian decision that verges on the farce. #India #JNU #ConnectTheDots #Judiciary #BJP government #Kanhaiya Kumar #JNU row #Sedition Debate #Umar Khalid #Anirban Bhattacharya #Sedition Row
CJI Thakur's outburst makes a valid point, but judiciary must also hold a mirror to itself

Apr 26, 2016

CJI Thakur's outburst makes a valid point, but judiciary must also hold a mirror to itself

It’s time both sides —the executive and the judiciary—came together to sort out problems with the judiciary. A hostile equation between both is undesirable. #Supreme Court #ConnectTheDots #Judiciary #Chief Justice #tax law #Chief Justice T S Thakur