Every Indian, not Muslims alone, needs an independent judiciary Faizan Mustafa, a Professor of law and vice-chancellor of the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR University of Law Hyderabad established by the Legislative Assembly of Telangana) in a recent write-up (‘Muslims and Judiciary: We do not have Muslim or non-Muslim judges in India’, the…… Continue reading FAIZAN MUSTAFA’S QUESTIONABLE DEFENCE OF PARTISAN INDIAN HIGHER JUDICIARY
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No time to ‘celebrate’ on the Supreme Court’s stay on three farm laws
The Supreme Court has been unusually aggressive with the government on the three farm bills. The Chief Justice of India made tough-talking about this and said that he is going to form the ‘expert’ committee and will stay the implementation of the bill. And today, the court decided that a four-member panel will speak to…… Continue reading No time to ‘celebrate’ on the Supreme Court’s stay on three farm laws
Supreme Court’s order is unconstitutional, says Justice Katju
judicial activism does not become judicial adventurism, the courts must act with caution and proper restraint. They must remember that judicial activism is not an unguided missile and failure to bear this in mind would lead to chaos.
#Breaking News : Retiring CJI goes silent
Outgoing CJI, J. Ranjan Gogoi did not speak at farewell function disappointed SC lawyers. Prof. Bhim Singh called this occasion as most unfortunate and unpleasant as this kind of situation
SC sought reply from Centre, J&K, NHRC on armed forces’ rights in insurgency-hit areas
Supreme Court sought reply from Centre, J&K, NHRC on armed forces’ rights in insurgency-hit areas
Fighting is no solution : Dikshit tells Kejriwal
Soon after the Supreme Court delivered a split verdict on the issue of the transfer and posting of Delhi government officers, Congress city unit chief Sheila Dikshit on Thursday advised Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that fighting is no solution
CBI’s Nageswara Rao held guilty of contempt. This is also the first time in 70 years!
CBI’s Nageswara Rao held guilty of contempt. This is also the first time in 70 years! New Delhi, Feb 12. The Supreme Court on Tuesday held former acting- chief of CBI M. Nageswara Rao guilty of contempt of court, sentencing him till the rising of the apex court for the day and fined him Rs…… Continue reading CBI’s Nageswara Rao held guilty of contempt. This is also the first time in 70 years!
Supreme Court declines urgent hearing of CBI plea against Kolkata Police chief
The Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday a CBI plea against Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar who is accused of allegedly destroying evidence related to the Saradha chit fund scam.