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Justice NV Ramana: Reaffirming Judicial Independence

The tenure of a chief justice is an index of the functioning of the entire judiciary. Now that Justice NV Ramana has retired, it is time to take a look at his verdicts and judicial administration. 

The Unkindest Cut of All

What’s in a name? A lot when a woman remarries after her husband’s death or divorce and her child’s surname is changed. This is what happened recently when the Supreme Court upheld an Andhra Pradesh woman’s decision to change the surname of her minor son after her remarriage.

Ease of Justice

By Sanjay Raman Sinha Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently described Ease of Justice as important as Ease of Living and Ease of Doing Business. The tragedy is that even after 75 years of inde...

Trial by Fire

By Dr Swati Jindal Garg Margaret Cavendish, the famous English philosopher, rightly said: “A judge is easy to be had, but to get an impartial judge, is a thing so difficult.” Comments by recently ...

A Jurist as Judge?

By Lokendra Malik In recent times, the Supreme Court has seen increasing diversity with the appointment of more women judges and a senior lawyer as a judge directly from the Bar. But more needs to...

Stealthing: A Dangerous Trend

By Dr Swati Jindal Garg The question of consent during a sexual act has been a much debated one. A recent judgment of the top court of Canada has added a new dimension to the already complicated i...

The Pelosi Effect

By Kenneth Tiven in Washington In today’s climate of the Russia-Ukraine war, there is a nervousness when super powers behave negatively. The stated objective for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a d...

Abortion Rights for All

In the case X versus The Principal Secretary Health and Family Welfare Department & Anr (sc 2022), Justices DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and AS Bopanna recognised that under Article 21 of the Constitution, a woman’s right to reproductive choice is an inseparable part of her personal liberty.

The Pendency Problem

By Sanjay Raman Sinha Recently, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju had expressed concern over the increase in pending cases in the country, which he said will touch the five crore mark. He said that ...

Digital Literacy

Litigants as well as the Bar need to be apprised that going paperless will benefit them in the long run. While giving some incentives will be beneficial initially, making it mandatory like in the Kerala High Court will bring it into regular practice.

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