NCRB data shows long-drawn out trials and low conviction rates the norm; criminal justice system crying out for reform
Data from the recently released NCRB report shows a criminal justice system that is in serious need of repair.
CLAT Result 2019 declared: National Law University announces test scores on clat.ac.in and clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in
CLAT Result 2019 declared: The National Law University (NLU) Odisha announced the results of the Common Law Admission Test 2019 (CLAT 2019) today on its official websites clat.ac.in and clatconsortiumofnlu.ac.in
CJI Dipak Misra says infrastructure gaps in judicial system need to be addressed, fiscal constraints no excuse
Infrastructure gaps in judicial system must be addressed at the earliest before it leaves scar on justice administration, Chief Justice Dipak Misra said.
Live streaming of constitutional matters heard by CJI can be undertaken on trial basis: Centre tells SC
Video recording and live streaming of judicial proceedings can be undertaken on a trial basis in constitutional matters being heard by the chief justice of India's court, the Centre told the Supreme Court on Monday.
The National Law University, Delhi has declared the results for the All India Law Entrance Test - 2018 (AILET 2018) on its official website.
NIRF Ranking 2018 lists IISc, IIT-Madras, IIM-Ahmedabad, JNU as top institutes: Delhi's Miranda House is India's best college
The National Institution Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2018 rankings for higher education institutes was announced by the Union Human Resource Development Ministry on Tuesday.
The Supreme Court on Monday sought the opinion of the attorney general on the issue of video recording or live streaming of judicial proceedings of cases, like that of Aadhaar, which have constitutional and national importance.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said it will pass an order on a plea seeking to make higher education institutions physically accessible for disabled students.
Former Supreme Court judges believe torture rampant in criminal justice system, some find it justified, says report
Several former Supreme Court judges believe that the practice of torturing an accused was rampant in the criminal justice system.
How seriously should we take government's claims that the most sensitive, crucial and identifiable data of a billion-plus Indians are "safe" and won't fall prey to identity or financial thefts?
On 27 May 2015, the Supreme Court of India in the case of Shabnam vs Union of India gave a ruling which would have far reaching consequences in so far as the procedural aspects of awarding the death penalty are concerned.
The NLU death penalty report has got data — but its report is not quite about making the judicial system fairer to all. It is about making justice fairer to the likely criminal.
Gogoi stressed on the need for time-bound implementation of e-Court project to 'bring about sea-changes in the justice delivery system.'
Justice RM Lodha was on Sunday sworn in as the chief justice of India. He was administered the oath of office by President Pranab Mukharjee.
Justice Lodha, who took over as 41st CJI, however, advocated wider consultation with people outside collegium "without tinkering" with the memorandum of procedure prescribed by Law Ministry in appointment of judges.