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“The State is Morally Bound to Uphold the Fundamental Rights of the People”: Soli Sorabjee

In an exclusive interview, Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee talks about the migrants’ plight, judicial activism and the Supreme Court

“The Judiciary Makes the World a Better Place to Live In”: Former CJI MN Venkatachaliah

FORMER CHIEF JUSTICE OF INDIA (CJI) MN VENKATACHALIAH needs no introduction. He served as the 25th CJI from February 12, 1993 to October 24, 1994. His tenure was marked by efforts to reduce pendency. ...

“Be Prepared to Suffer for a Greater Cause”

Above: Photo by Anil Shakya (file pic) In September 2016, India Legal’s Managing Editor Ramesh Menon interviewed Ram Jethmalani for the magazine. The ageless gadfly spoke on a range of issues to do...

“Anti-corruption mechanisms are made with the intent to eventually render them defunct”

Above: Justice Bashir Ahmed Khan JUSTICE BASHIR AHMED KHAN, fondly called “Badshah Khan” in legal circles and reckoned as a credible voice on affairs in the judiciary, has held several key position...

We don’t need an actor or a great orator who lies: Sam Pitroda

Above: Sam Pitroda/Photo by Anil Shakya Sam Pitroda, the policy chief of the Congress and one of India’s most respected technocrats, is credited with having ushered in the digital revolution in Ind...

“I hope my presence here and discussions with Supreme Court judges and others will encourage more lawyers from India to join UIA”

Above: Mr Issouf Baadhio/Photo: Anil Shakya The UIA International Association of Lawyers is a global and multicultural organization for the legal profession. Established in 1927, it consists of mem...

Judiciary must share equal blame for lapses in 1984 riots cases: SIT head Justice SN Dhingra

By Puneet Nicholas Yadav An exclusive interview to India Legal Over three decades after the 1984 anti-Sikh riots, the legal process of bringing the arsonists to justice continues to drag on. The con...

“Mobocracy in the garb of democracy can never be justified”

Above: Chief of NHRC, Justice HL Dattu On the occasion of International Human Rights Day (December 10), JUSTICE HL DATTU, chief of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and former chief justi...

“Internal Complaints Committees Often Stall the Inquiry Process”

Above: Tahini Bhushan Amid the growing chorus of sexual harassment complaints, several professionals such as lawyers, therapists and psychologists, have come forward to offer services and consultat...

“Two-term policy has worked well in USA. We want to bring it in Sikkim as well”

Ace footballer and politician Bhaichung Bhutia in an exclusive interview to India Legal’s sister concern APN tells about his newly formed party Hamro Sikkim and future plans. Excerpts: Q: You start...

News Update

HIV-positive person can’t be convicted of attempt to murder if he has sex with or assaults partner: Delhi HC

A Single bench of Justice Vibhu Bakhru has acquitted the HIV-positive man who raped his minor step-daughter in attempt to murder case.

Calcutta HC directs Bengal DGP to start inquiry against police officer for harassing citizen

The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday directed the West Bengal Director General of Police to initiate an inquiry against the investigating officer for attempting to harass a citizen by misusing Section 41A of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

Centre opposes lifetime ban on convicted politicians from contesting elections

In its affidavit to the Supreme Court on Wednesday, the Centre said that there is no difference between a public servant and an elected representative while also pointing out that there are no specific service conditions laid down in respect of elected representatives.
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