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SC judge recommends more vulnerable witness rooms

More and more states should establish vulnerable witness rooms in their courts, Justice Madan B. Lokur of the Supreme Court said on Tuesday.Justice Lokur's recommendation came while inaugurating a vulnerable witness deposition complex in one of Asia's biggest ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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Victims lack confidence in legal aid lawyers: Justice Lokur

New Delhi, May 6 () The criminal justice system has huge problems and needs both procedural and substantive reforms as poor clients lack faith in legal aid lawyers, Supreme Court judge Madan B Lokur today said. He also said there was a need for ...
 Times of India1 month ago PTI - JUDGE - Victims lack confidence in legal aid lawyers: Justice Lokur  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
India Today

Witnesses should be treated with importance: Supreme Court judge

Inaugurating a 'Vulnerable Witness Deposition Complex' at Tis Hazari court here, Justice Lokur said that "in most cases, witnesses have got no stake. They may be just an eyewitness or a part of the investigation. They have no gain or loss in most ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Tis Hazari gives creature comforts to vulnerable witnesses  India Today2 months ago Tis Hazari gets new witness-friendly facility  HT Syndication2 months ago Spl complex at Tis Hazari for sensitive witnesses  Times of India2 months ago

SC directs DDA to refund `450cr deposited by pvt builder

30 June 2016, New Delhi, Agencies The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to refund over Rs 450 crore deposited by a builder under a tender for constructing flats near the Ridge area here, which never ...
 Millennium Post14 hours ago SC directs DDA to refund Rs 450cr deposited by pvt builder  Times of India4 hours ago

SMS service far from Delhi courts

NEWDELHI: Kedar Nath Jha, a civil case litigant in Delhi High Court, is a harassed man. It's not that the wheels of justice move slow as civil cases take years to dispose, the 63-year-old often has to undertake 18-hours of gruelling journey from ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago

Why are so many prisoners killing themselves in India?

Suicides account for 70% of unnatural deaths in Indias prisons, according to a National Human Rights Commission study. And while some of these are genuine cases of suicide among inmates serving their sentences and undertrials, others are passed off as ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago The life of a death row convict  MSN News US1 month ago Over 70% convicts face inhuman torture, forced anal penetration: study  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Extreme beating, forced nudity, hung by wires: 80% of death row convicts face physical, mental torture: Report  DNA India1 month ago

Digitisation of criminal info system begins

Overruling the reluctance shown by some agencies in sharing their part of the details, the government has embarked upon an ambitious plan to digitise the entire criminal justice system in the country. The plan is to integrate data on different ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Govt working on criminal justice info system  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

Flying At Taxpayers Money: Supreme Court Spent Crores Of Rupees On Judges Foreign Tours

Supreme Court judges no doubt are the most hard-working people in our country, entwined in cases and files. But according to an Economic Times report, some of the judges in the last three years have clocked some impressive flying hours. The SC ...
 The Logical Indian1 week ago
Times of India

Judges still use snail mail, blame law

NEW DELHI: The justice delivery system in India is still moving at a snail's pace. The Supreme Court's e-committee was taken aback when lower court judges from several states told them that they continue to send summonses only through process ...
 Times of India1 week ago Subordinate courts still send summons by hand through court staff  Times of India1 week ago Judges still use snail mail, blames law for delay in justice  Economic Times1 week ago

Supreme Court spent Rs 38 lakh on Justice A K Sikri's air tickets, Rs 37 lakh on CJI T S Thakur's in 3 years

NEW DELHI: Supreme Court judges may be neck deep in work but that has not confined them to the courtroom and case files with many judges clocking impressive flying hours in the last three years. In response to an RTI query from advocate Gaurav ...
 Economic Times1 week ago SC spent Rs 38L on Justice Sikri's air tickets, Rs 37L on Thakur's in 3 years  Times of India1 week ago
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