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POLITICS

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Design thinking, Online litigation, E-lok-adalats, Supreme Court

Why nudging access to justice will make Indians trust upholding of the rule of law

The link between economic growth and a society that upholds rights, enforces contracts, redresses grievances, and ensures rule of law, is well established across the world.

VARIETY

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RTI, Contempt of court, Prashant Bhushan, Judiciary

Contempt of court: Why power of citizens to question public servants is supreme

Public scrutiny must apply to all public servants, including those serving judiciary. Let there be no exceptions to the rule.

POLITICS

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Judiciary, Death penalty, Asia bibi verdict, Law commission

Why we should rethink the death penalty

We execute the poor. The rich get off.

POLITICS

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Judiciary, Rakesh asthana, Alok verma, CBI

Why the SC is angry over media's role in the CBI turf war

The CBI vs CBI case is only getting murkier by the day.

VOICES

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Air Pollution, Fire crackers,, Parliament, Laws

Why the judiciary needs to stop legislating

If judges are free to make laws, it would go against the principle of separation of powers.

VOICES

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Ranjan gogoi, Blasphemy, Judiciary, SC

Abhijit Iyer Mitra's case merits bail, not jail

There is sufficient precedence for the CJI to reconsider and grant a law-abiding citizen, whose crime is a joke, relief.

POLITICS

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Judiciary, CJI, Supreme Court, Cji ranjan gogoi

Why Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi's grand plans for the judiciary will be difficult to execute

The new CJI has vowed to overhaul the judiciary and resolve the huge pendency of court cases.

POLITICS

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Judiciary, Rajya Sabha, Parliament, Lok Sabha election 2019

Why India needs an expanded Lok Sabha

The quality of governance rests on three key pillars: Parliament, judiciary and law enforcement.

POLITICS

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Nawaz Sharif, Judiciary, Army, isi, Pakistan general elections

Pakistan general elections 2018: Why things are getting murkier as D-day nears

The armed forces, ISI, judiciary, executive, National Accountability Bureau and the EC are at loggerheads, each accusing the other of excesses.

POLITICS

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Das kapital, Judiciary, Supreme Court, Karl Marx

What the judiciary can learn from Karl Marx

As lawyers and jurists, we need a more sophisticated approach to law both as oppression and a possible deliverance.