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Tussle Between Pillars of Democracy Enters Courtroom
New Indian Express

Tussle Between Pillars of Democracy Enters Courtroom

NEW DELHI: A storm seems to be brewing on the political skies of Delhi. After the National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill was passed in both Houses of Parliament last week, legal and political pundits suggest that a confrontation between the ... New Indian Express, 2 months ago

A People-Friendly Police Force

September 22 is an important day in the history of the police organisation in India. It was on that day in 2006 that the Supreme Court (SC) gave a verdict on the public interest litigation (PIL) filed by a group of senior police officers requesting ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Reupped Roundup - September 12, 2014: Coal, Italian Marines and Surinder KoliNew

Coalgate: What kind of investigation is this? Trial Court frowns at CBI The special court hearing the criminal cases relating to thecoal scam today pulled up the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for the shoddy manner in which investigations ...
 Bar & Bench1 month ago

Bangalore cops to become people-friendly

BANGALORE: The complainant will soon be the king. In an effort to bridge the gap between police and the people, the government has kicked off elaborate police reforms. With Trust of the People as the underlying theme, the reforms will cover ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Irish Times

Indian legal experts all for overhaul of archaic laws

Indian legal experts have drawn attention to the country's anomalous inheritance of a body of law which dates from the colonial period but which is still on the statue book. There are still some 190 pieces of legislation, over a century old, that ...
 Irish Times1 month ago

Did you know you can be jailed for flying …

By | India Today Did you know that you can be jailed for flying a kite? By an 80-year-old law, you need the same permit to play the line as fly an aircraft. In Delhi, it's perfectly legal to call on men to beat drums on the streets if locusts ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Ogoni decry govt's tardiness over UNEP's Report

OGONI people's expectation of the federal government to remediate their environmental challengesis at an all-time low, following government's failure to implement the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Report, three years after it was ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 months ago

Top jurists want change in collegium system

Several top jurists on Monday pushed for scrapping the existing collegium system where judges appoint judges but government's plans to bring a bill to make the process of appointments more transparent may take some more time. At a meeting to discuss judicial reforms, the "predominant" view was that collegium system needs to be "changed", Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said after three-and-a-half hour long deliberations. The attorney general said those present in the meeting gave their ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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