He has been appointed as the 16th attorney general of India. A veteran of four decades of law practice in the Supreme Court and a nonpolitical man of varied interests, all eyes are on him as he takes up the top law officer’s post of the country
A recent case of a judge allegedly helping an accused in a scam has led to a debate on whether an internal model code of conduct is needed. The process to handle such allegations should also be revisited
An Iowa court judgment ordering a teen victim of rape to pay $1,50,000 to her rapist’s family has brought into focus restitution law, which activists call harsh. In India, courts have often sided with the victim
While the introduction of the National Logistics Policy is well-timed, the Union and states must work together to tackle ineptitudes in the logistics sector. This will make businesses more viable and support exports
With the listing and hearing process on the fast track at the Supreme Court, Chief Justice of India UU Lalit has initiated a long-sought-after process of change. In the India Legal show, hosted by APN News channel’s Editor-in-Chief Rajshri Rai, experts analysed the new work ethics at the top court. A report
Covid-19, inflation, the conflict in Ukraine, rising energy and food prices, and the destructive impact of climate change are the most obvious signs to show that the world is entering an era of protracted turmoil.
By reviving the practise of constitutional courts, Chief Justic of India UU Lalit has brought the focus back on constitutional jurisprudence. The question is how well the constitutional courts will perform. In 2021, only three judgments were delivered by Constitution benches
The new chief justice of India has brought in a significant new move in which the apex court has picked at least 25 key cases and submitted them to five-judge Constitution benches for fast-track hearings