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Supreme Court directs National Green Tribunal to disburse interim compensation within two months to the victims affected by the damage and destruction caused to the biodiversity of Dibru Saikhowa National Park and Biosphere Reserve due to a blow-out from the Baghjan 5 Oil Well on May 27, 2020


Setting the boundaries

Protests have erupted across Kerala after the state government made public a satellite survey report on areas that are to fall within the proposed buffer zone around 22 wildlife sanctuaries and parks in line with the Supreme Court directions. The protests are against what they say is the government’s “hasty” satellite survey of forest areas.

Freedom from ignominy

In various judgments, the Court has reiterated that bail is the rule and jail is the exception. The accused must have his freedom in order to establish his innocence, it said.


Why judicial discretion in bail?

By Amit Subhash Dubey The purpose of bail is ...

Need of the hour: Judicial diversity

Government’s objection to Saurabh Kirpal’s appointment as a High Court judge because of his sexual orientation goes against the Constitution. Should a lesson be learnt from diverse benches of the UK and US judiciaries?


Bad times for Indians in American tech

When the hi-tech sector in America sheds tens of thousands of jobs, the tsunami of firings is felt globally, especially in India, because so many Indians work abroad in the technology sector. These companies are not on the brink of financial ruin. Quite the contrary, so why shed people?

Upping the Ante

As the centre’s calls for reforms in the system get strident, questions of primacy of the executive over the judiciary have raised concerns. Objections by the executive betray a sense of insecurity.

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Calcutta High Court dismisses Public Interest Litigation objecting to the transfer of five acres of land of the University of North Bengal to the Department of Tourism, Government of West Bengal to establish a Hotel Management Institute

Basic structure doctrine is here to stay, attempts to undo it have failed in the past: Rohinton Nariman

Retired Justice Rohinton Nariman has said that attempts have been made in the past twice to undo the basic structure doctrine laid down in the Kesavanda Bharti's case, which barred Parliament from amending or altering the basic structure of the Constitution, but have failed miserably. 
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