This is the second part of a bipartite blog series. Read the first part here. Judges must administer law according to the provisions of law. It is the bounden duty of judges to discern legislative intention in the process of … Continue reading Second Appeal in High Courts – The Never Ending Litigation (Part II)
This is the first part of a bi-partite blog series. Arrears of cases have always been a problem for Indian Judicial System. Something which is common and finds place in the list of arrears throughout the High Courts is Second … Continue reading Second Appeal in High Courts – The Never Ending Litigation (Part – I)
Introduction Contempt in the form of Scandalizing the court comes in the way of an individual’s right of exercising Freedom of Speech and Expression. Recently, the Supreme Court (“SC”) initiated Suo moto criminal contempt proceedings against advocate Prashant Bhushan under … Continue reading A Perspective on Contempt In the form of Scandalizing the Court: Preserving the Glory of Judges?
16 years ago on this day, a young man aged 39 (on his birthday) was hanged till death for the offence of rape and murder of a 14 year old girl, Hetal Parekh. This young man was Dhananjoy Chatterjee (the … Continue reading Dhananjoy Chatterjee case: A noteworthy lesson for the judiciary
The Indian Judiciary is conferred with an enormous role and power of interpreting statutes and adjudicating upon controversies between citizens or states or between a citizen and the state. Supreme Court is even called as the Guardian of our Constitution. … Continue reading The Indian Judiciary & Judges – Are they debilitating Justice?
This article has been written by Sonali Srivastava. Sonali is currently a third-year student in National Law University Odisha. Again step towards improvement in ensuring justice was made redundant by Supreme Court. Strengthening and polishing the façade of Basic structure … Continue reading Aspiring for Ideal Judiciary