Articles by Raghav Pandey and Neelabh Bist
Nov 14, 2018
Remedy to pendency problem will help expedite disposal of cases and speedy justice to peopleThe pendency of cases in Indian courts is the biggest factor accounting to the slow and languishing pace of the case.
Nov 08, 2018
Right to legal representation: Refusal of lawyers to represent accused, irrespective of crime, amounts to failure of judicial systemThe inherent logic behind providing representation to every person is to safeguard the legal system.
Nov 02, 2018
World Bank Ease of Doing Business ranking: Why strong and efficient laws like IBC create a conducive environment for bizthe dual mechanism of insolvency and thereafter liquidation creates an efficient system of Insolvency Laws, which is very critical for the development of any economy.
Oct 19, 2018
In the time of #MeToo, judiciary must provide media houses adequate protection against defamation casesArray
Oct 17, 2018
Allahabad becomes Prayagraj: Before claiming saffronisation, historical and cultural imperative must be examinedAs the contentious debate that revolved around Allahabad being renamed Prayagraj has been sparked off, let's analyse the narrative which is to run after this monumental change
Oct 11, 2018
Women need faith in police, judiciary to speak up; death penalty neither ends rape, nor instils confidence among themA major problem is that with the rape of girls below 12 punishable by the death penalty under the ordinance, there are now high chances that the accused will murder the child after the rape.
Oct 10, 2018
PIL demands censorship of streaming portals: Petition is based on misogyny, vague definition of obscenityA PIL was filed in the Bombay High Court for regulation of online web streaming portals like Netflix.
Oct 04, 2018
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi puts an end to 'mentioning' in SC: Practice infamous for abusing process of courtCJI Ranjan Gogoi made it clear to litigants and advocates that he will not let the process of law get in the way of delivery of justice. It must be noted that this practice had become a form of institutionalised discrimination towards junior advocates.
Oct 02, 2018
CJI Dipak Misra will be remembered for chronicle of controversies, rather than major judgmentsThe last week of outgoing CJI Depak Misra's tenure was probably the best week that the Indian legal community has seen in terms of the rights that were guaranteed to the citizens.
Sep 27, 2018
Justice behind bars: As Supreme Court forms panel on prison reforms, overcrowding, rehab remain biggest challengesDespite the periodic interference by the Supreme Court to provide inmates with various rights, there still exists a lot of scope for prison reforms.