Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud has said that vacancy in various tribunals across the country was a major problem in the current situation.
Speaking during the inauguration ceremony of the new office premises of the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) in Mumbai on Friday, the CJI said that he often wondered whether so many tribunals have been constituted in the first place, when there were not enough judges.
Noting that since there were not enough judges, he said the vacancies wer...
Even though marriage may be a union of souls, a judgment of the Karnataka High Court makes it clear that the right to privacy trumps all rights and all Aadhaar information cannot be demanded by a spouse
The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019, and its implications are being examined by the Indian Armed Forces in order to determine the potential employment opportunities for this community
The former V-C of DU looks at an apex court ruling which quashed the reappointment of Kannur University V-C and said governors acting as chancellors are not bound by the advice of the council of ministers
While even political campaign rallies are generally categorised within the right to protest sphere, what relief does a common, apolitical citizen have when the rally’s side-effects infringe upon his human rights?
A delegation of Sri Lankan Tamils, now visiting India, trying to drum up support, say they are being persecuted in their country, and that their religion is being held against them by the government. Here are some legal excerpts from an interview with APN channel
With around a year for Dr DY Chandrachud’s term to end, it’s time for a report card on his achievements and failings. He came with dreams and a passion to set the house in order. How successful was he?
Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Saturday said that both the country and the world was witnessing polarisation between the right and the left and the centre,which was marked by the growth of social media, a sense of intolerance among communities, and the short attention span of the young generation.
Delivering the keynote address at the Jamnalal Bajaj Awards 2023, the CJI said that the polarisation observed today was not merely a result of the free markets and technology, but caused ...
On the 10th Human Rights Day, National Human Rights Commission Chairperson JUSTICE ARUN KUMAR MISHRA highlighted the work done by the statutory body during his tenure. In an exclusive interview with RAJSHRI RAI, editor-in-chief, APN channel, he recounted the action taken by the Commission in critical areas and laid bare the blueprint for further action