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May 05, 2018
What ails India's courts: Crumbling buildings, poor infrastructure cripple daily functioningA survey of infrastructure in 12 district courts in New Delhi and NCR showed several basic facilities missing right from washrooms, and guide maps, to ramps for the physically challenged, highlighting the need for a deeper conversation on how the Indian courts are built and maintained
Sep 27, 2017
Farooqui acquitted in rape case: Delhi High Court's 'shoddy' reasoning of consent is confused and dangerously absurdThe High Court's judgment in Mahmood Farooqui rape case reasoning for such a polysemic 'No' is shoddy, confused, and dangerously absurd.
May 15, 2017
Ayodhya dispute: No Indian court can resolve Ram janmabhoomi issue without communal falloutAlthough much water has flown down the Sayaru since then, Ayodhya remains a dispute that cannot afford a loser.
Jan 30, 2017
Apple was successfully sued in India for selling a faulty MacBook Pro and providing inadequate serviceApple has been ordered to pay relief to an Indian customer who received a faulty laptop and inadequate service from the company.
Aug 30, 2016
My Lord! Let Azam Khan be punished by people; other cases are crying to be heardAccept for the moment that Azam Khan's statement is the official position of SP. Even then should the courts get involved, particularly when they have to handle a backlog of over three crore cases?
Mar 14, 2016
When Vijay Mallya says 'I will return one day' the billionaire means he might not return at allArray
Jul 29, 2015
Coalgate scam: Court summons former coal secretary, five others as accusedFormer Coal Secretary H C Gupta and five others, including two senior public servants, have been summoned as accused by a special court for their alleged roles in a coal block allocation scam case.
May 10, 2015
Hit and run affirms Salman Khan's amazing record: Three convictions but just six days in jailThe latest twist in the story of Salman's hit-and-run case has just one moral: the faster you can drive, the more money you can burn, the farther you can run from the law.
May 08, 2015
Justice delayed again: Former Chief Justice of India explains why cases like Salman Khan drag onFormer CJI VN Khare believes had the government wanted it, judgement in Salman's case could have come much earlier.
Apr 22, 2015
NJAC case: The slippery slope of the conflict of interest argumentThe new laws mandate the creation of a National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) whose members are a mix of judiciary and executive.