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Four judges to join Delhi High Court

P S Teji, I S Mehta, R K Gauba and Delhi High Court Registrar General Sangita Dhingra Sehgal will take oath on December 15. NEW DELHI: Four additional judges have been named for the Delhi High Court, raising its strength to 40. P S Teji, I S Mehta, R K Gauba ... Economic Times, 3 days ago
4 new judges for HC, fifth's name held Times of India, 4 days ago
Four judges to join Delhi HC Press Trust of India, 4 days ago

Appointments of five judges to Delhi High Court delayed after probe against one for financial

The Delhi High Court might get five new judges, according to highly placed sources. Four elevations are from the lower judiciary while one is the Registrar General of the Delhi High Court. IS Mehta, PS Teji, RK Gauba, AK Chawla and Sangeeta ...
 Bar & Bench2 weeks ago

Slow trials at fast-track courts raise eyebrows

NEW DELHI: The six fast-track courts in Delhi set up in the wake of the Nirbhaya case have not been able to deliver desired results. As their name suggest, these courts were set up to expedite trials in cases of sexual offence. Ironically, disposal ...
 Times of India2 days ago
Millennium Post

Fast track courts moving at slow pace; 400 cases concluded, 1,000 pending

They were meant to speedily dispose-off cases relating to sexual offences but slow-paced trials continue for the second consecutive year in the so-called fast-track courts. The six fast-track courts were set up in January 2013 after a 23-year-old ...
 Millennium Post3 days ago For sexual offences, no speedy justice in fast-track courts  ProKerala.com3 days ago For sexual offences no speedy justice in fast-track courts  Bombay News.Net3 days ago

Right To Activism

RTI activism in Gurgaon is helping the City in a big way. It is heartening to see this activism benefitting the economically weaker sections. In a positive move, the State Information Commission (SIC) has directed the Health department to set up a ...
 Friday Gurgaon5 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Shared disadvantage: about shared parentage system in India

Shared Parentage The Law Commission of India (LCI) has sought responses from the public for evolving guidelines for adopting a shared parentage system in India, based on the premise that this is being followed in the United States, Canada, the ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Youths outstanding achievements honoured

A teenager who lost both her father and aunt to suicide and has dedicated her time to promoting positive mental health, and a survivor of cancer who has used her experiences to help others battling the disease have won prestigious youth awards. ...
 Irish Examiner3 weeks ago

Judiciary gave hope to 1984 riots victims

NEW DELHI: The 30-year struggle for victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots is a saga of repeated setbacks from police and courts. But for some bright spots, when intrepid judges and prosecutors pushed hard to make the system yield justice, convictions ...
 Times of India1 month ago 1984 anti-Sikh riots: Little justice, lot of loose ends  Times of India1 month ago Little justice, lot of loose ends  Times of India1 month ago

India: No Justice for 1984 Anti-Sikh Bloodshed

(New York) Successive Indian governments failure to prosecute those most responsible for killings and other abuses during the 1984 anti-Sikh violence highlights India's weak efforts to combat communal violence. The new Indian government should seek ...
 Human Rights Watch1 month ago
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