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Apr 03, 2019
Legal reforms in Congress manifesto for Lok Sabha election 2019: A mix of necessary, needless and niggardly promisesCongress Manifesto of 2019 ahead of Lok Sabha election has proposed an interesting set of ideas for legal, judicial and institutional reforms. Are campaign manifestos just a laundry list of changes made to please many without angering more, or are they offering a vision of hope to these with a bleak present?
Apr 03, 2019
Several promises in Congress manifesto resound positively with people; Rahul Gandhi, party leaders must now get agenda across to votersWith this manifesto, the Congress has indicated that it is unwilling to settle for the 'B-Team' tag. Instead, the party aiming to be an 'A-Team' of its own standing. Now, party leaders, starting from Rahul, have the task of effectively bringing the message of this 48-page manifesto to voters.
Dec 04, 2018
Justice Kurian Joseph's remark on Dipak Misra evoke cautious response from judiciary; senior jurists says retired judge should reveal basis of chargeA former Chief Justice of India on Monday said it is for Justice Kurian Joseph to come out with the basis on which he has levelled serious allegations against former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that he was being "remote controlled" by some external source.
Oct 12, 2018
Bombay HC judge Gautam Patel supports #MeToo, says judiciary also plagued with 'rampant sexism', 'culture of patriarchy'Justice Gautam Patel of the Bombay High Court has come out in support of the ongoing #MeToo movement currently sweeping the country's landscape, saying the patriarchal world does not allow women to speak freely.
Jul 14, 2018
Justice Ranjan Gogoi's bold speech underlines need to push judiciary out of inertia, make it accessible to peopleIn a bold, blunt and brave speech on Thursday, Justice Ranjan P Gogoi said that the Indian judiciary was in need of a revolution.
Aug 11, 2014
Need to reform justice delivery system: Ravi Shankar PrasadUnion Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday stressed the need to reform the justice delivery system in the country.
Feb 23, 2014
Before sentencing, see if accused can be reformed: SC to trial courtsThe Supreme Court has directed trial courts to determine before pronouncing sentence whether a person convicted of murder or other heinous crimes could be reformed or rehabilitated.