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Jun 12, 2017
NEET-like exam suggested for recruitment of judges in lower courtsThe Narendra Modi government has proposed to the Supreme Court to conduct NEET-like entrance exams to recruit judges in lower courts of India
Apr 05, 2016
Twenty million cases still pending: In India’s district courts, a crisis is revealedAs of today, there are more than 20 million cases pending in the Indian districts courts; two-thirds are criminal cases and one in 10 have been pending for more than 10 years, our analysis of National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) data has revealed.
Mar 23, 2016
Judges do work hard, but pendency of cases is still very high, says Daksh studyThe average pendency of a case at the Allahabad High Court is over three-and-a-half years, easily the worst in the country
Aug 01, 2014
Delhi as India's rape capital: Why data doesn't give us the whole storyA large percentage of Delhi's rape cases that were decided in Delhi's courts in 2013 pertained to false complaints or hostile victims. Another huge chunk pertained to parents of girls who eloped registering complaints of rape.
Jan 10, 2014
Our fears that officers may not co-operate have died out: AAP's law ministerBharti played down the controversy over his move to call a meeting with district judges, which is against stated protocol.