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Lawyer files petition in SC seeking annual budget for judiciary

Lawyer files petition in SC seeking annual budget for judiciary

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Direct Centre to uniformly implement National Litigation Policy: PIL in Delhi HC

Direct Centre to uniformly implement National Litigation Policy: PIL in Delhi HC

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Judiciary Is A Key Pillar ... Of A Constitutional Democracy

Providing justice is never going to be easy and some of the the influences as well practical difficulties in process can be expected.

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It's a matter of concern when intellectuals question judiciary's credibility: CM Gehlot

It's a matter of concern when intellectuals question judiciary's credibility: CM Gehlot

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SC's decision boosts faith in judiciary, Maharashtra govt needs to introspect: Fadnavis on SSR death case

SC's decision boosts faith in judiciary, Maharashtra govt needs to introspect: Fadnavis on SSR death case

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Emerging Trends In Judiciary Towards Better Governance

There can’t be two views about the significance of the role of the judiciary, viz-a-viz, the goal of good governance in a free society

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Govt Can't Bring Judiciary To A 'Grinding Halt': Supreme Court

Expressing concern over the delay in appointment of judges in high courts, the apex court accuses the government of harming justice system

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Chhattisgarh Becomes First State To Have Commercial Dispute Resolution Centre And Commercial Court

First dedicated commercial court in the country inaugurated by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh and Supreme Court judge Madan B. Lokur

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President Mukherjee Cautions Judges Against Perils Of ‘Judicial Activism’

President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday cautioned judges against the perils of “judicial activism”, saying the equilibrium in the exercise of authority must be maintained at all times and self-restraint should be used when confronted with such a situation

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Can The Judiciary Run Government?

The judiciary is ultimately charged with interpreting the law and ruling on disputes between parties. If it begins to run administration, the constitutional area of dispute redressal will languish, as it already is with millions of pending cases, in neglect

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Judicial Reform A Must

Of all the UPA’s perceived sins, its shunning of investment was probably the unkindest cut of all. Take, for example, the Vodafone tax case. Did it achieve anything? Investors still protest the unfairness of using a retrospective amendment to over-rule a Supreme Court verdict that went against the government. Abraham C. Mathews speaks to Cyril S. Shroff, managing partner, Amarchand Mangaldas, to get an idea of what the government should do on priority in terms of sending the right signals.

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