Supreme Court judges against CJI: Higher judiciary must reform itself if integrity of institution is to be preserved
That is not surprising because political practitioners in a democracy are guided by majoritarianism. India’s Supreme Court (SC) is a classic example of an institution which stood up to this evil of democracy. But history is hardly a mirror for the present, it seems.
Supreme Court judges vs CJI: Judges speaking out at press conference low point in constitutional history
We may not realise it, but the press conference held by the four Supreme Court judges will go down as a low point in our constitutional history.
Four judges of the SC conducted a press briefing raising questions of propriety. However, this was not the first time that fissures have appeared in the judiciary.
Shashi Tharoor pledges support for private member bill aiming to make stalking a non-bailable offence
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor said that he would try to introduce a proposed private member bill for making stalking a non-bailable offence in the Lok Sabha in the Budget Session next year
Judges bribery case: Supreme Court is creating a dangerous aura of arrogant infallibility around itself
The Supreme Court's attitude towards the Judges bribery case has been disturbing.
Who questions the judiciary? SC says conflict of interest no ground for asking for CJI's recusal, no FIR can be filed against sitting judges
Supreme Court said it was "highly improper" to allege conflict of interest to seek recusal of the CJI from hearing a plea seeking SIT probe into an alleged case of bribery.
CJI's 'Master of Rolls' order: 3-judge SC bench likely to hear Kamini Jaiswal's plea on 'judges' bribery case' today
A three-judge bench of the Supreme Court is likely to hear on Monday a plea claiming that alleged bribes were taken using the names of apex court judges promising to secure favourable settlement of a case
Panelists on the CNN-IBN debate also discussed about how surprising it is that the highest court of law in the country washed its hands off the issue and how some are still defending Ganguly.
The Supreme Court lawyer alleged that the hanging was carried out to score political points since the next general elections were around the corner.