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Mar 15, 2019
Deadly corporate combination: sincerity and mediocrityMediocrity is a currency. We might sneer at it, but it could well be the norm and we do not want to acknowledge that, which is why we put down the lone wolf: genius makes us nervous
Nov 26, 2018
RBI vs Centre and CBI vs CBI: Used to weak govts for three decades, bureaucracy has to re-learn working with a strong executiveThe Modi government firmly asserted its right to choose Rajan's successor and brought in Urjit Patel in a seamless transition. But the legacy of the past seemed to have infected Patel who seems to be more eager to play the role of the mentor to the finance ministry than an enabler.
Nov 16, 2018
The Brahminisation of justice or why our English-only Supreme Court needs a taste of linguistic democracyThe privilege that English enjoys in the Supreme Court needs to be diluted in order to make its portals accessible to those who speak languages different from the clipped and accented English of foreign-educated but exorbitantly expensive lawyers
Oct 06, 2018
SC allows deportation of Rohingya: Prashant Bhushan's arguments flawed as international laws hold no water in Indian courtsOn grounds of non-interference with the executive policy, the dualistic form of the State as well as the fact that India is non-signatory of the Refugee Convention, the Supreme Court is right in its judgment in allowing the deportation of the Rohingya refugees
Aug 18, 2018
Praising the executive not an immediate indicator of judiciary's partiality; judges have right to free speech tooThe masses raise questions of credibility whenever a member of the judiciary make comments about a party to a case, especially when it is the executive.
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.