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Mar 26, 2018
Will Indian democracy wither? Parliament witnessing supremacy of Executive in democratic Constitution's clothingOne might ask why the lack of Committees is "murdering Parliament", especially when these laws were duly passed by Parliament. After all, basic lessons in Civics classes taught us that we are a democracy because we elect representatives to Parliament who pass laws
Feb 20, 2018
Judicial appointments continue to vex Indian State: Constant disagreements, short tenures plague systemThe problem of appointment of judges continues to vex the Indian State and its pillars of democracy.
Jan 14, 2018
Supreme Court judges' revolt necessary to stop executive from abusing power, reaffirms free spirit of judiciaryThe castigation of the judiciary for not being of the times is unfounded, for, despite the troughs and earthquakes, the Supreme Court of India has remained the vestige of a democratic vision that nationalist leaders had imagined for India
Oct 28, 2017
Judiciary vs executive: Is the country's Constitution becoming a victim in this pursuit for supremacy?What the "debate" about "judicial overreach" actually obscures is this sorry fact: that increasingly, the executive and the judiciary find themselves on the same page when it comes to trampling all over the Constitution.
Jul 02, 2017
JS Khehar's tenure unlikely to resolve differences over procedure for appointment of judgesThe sharp differences between the government and the judiciary over the MoP are unlikely to be settled during the tenure of Chief Justice of India JS Khehar.
Jun 15, 2017
Govt won't play adjudicator in alleged corruption in judiciary: Ravi Shankar PrasadRavi Shankar Prasad said that the government will not be an "adjudicator" in cases of alleged corruption in the judiciary and asked it to evolve a robust mechanism within to deal with complaints against judges
Jan 11, 2017
Executive vs judiciary is good for democracy but who foots the bill for stalemate?The government needs to set up a system to respond faster to litigations before the courts, especially when it's party to over 46 percent of the cases that are currently pending in Indian courts
Jan 10, 2017
Demonetisation hurt RBI’s image; it’s time the bank told the govt to mind the redlineEvidence available so far suggests that RBI failed to alert the government that demonetisation was going to be a terribly messy affair without adequate preparation.
Nov 28, 2016
Judiciary-government spat over appointment of judges spells imminent crisis for IndiaWho would blink first in the judicial appointments issue — the executive or the judiciary? If both remain inflexible, India is headed for a constitutional crisis
Nov 21, 2016
Demonetisation: Is the Supreme Court poised to jump into the currency ban vortex?In the matter of the current demonetisation, it will be a dangerous precedent for the Supreme Court to come in with its own approach.