Friday, January 27, 2023
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Dr Swati Jindal Garg

Demolition Drives

The trend of authorities rushing to administer justice by demolishing the homes of accused without following due processes of law has been slammed by courts.

Tackling Graft

In a landmark decision, the Court said that direct evidence of demand and acceptance of bribe is not necessary to prove guilt and I can convict a person based on circumstantial evidence.

Curfew Chaos

The Kerala High Court asked the state government to ensure women get the same freedom as men and not to “lock” them up in hostels. Such curbs are often pegged to concerns over their safety.

Prisons, A Gangster’...

Gangsters of north India have realised that the safest place for them to be is inside the prison. The prisons have become business hubs for such criminals as everything that is required to run their rackets are available inside at the “right price”. To counter this, authorities are planning to shift them to jails in south India.

Hope, At Last

With the Court hearing pleas seeking recognition of same-sex  marriages, hopes have been raised for the LGBTQIA+ community. While consensual, private same-sex relationships are legal, marriages are not.

Lawyers and Stress

Performance pressure and high expectations take its toll on lawyers. Practicing law can lead to success, but it also comes with a fair amount of stress. More so, if the lawyer is a woman.

The Test of Times

In its objective towards a progressive society, the Supreme Court of India has once again given a verdict that will go a long way towards ensuring a better and more egalitarian society for India.

Hair Raising

A notice issued by a Pune district court on October 20 asking women advocates not to “arrange” hair in the open court led to a social media uproar. The notice said that women arranging their hair disturbs the court

Feminism and Law

Incorporating feminist thinking into law is not easy primarily because the language of legal decision making is substantively and linguistically male. The next chief justice of India has told law students to incorporate “feminist thinking” in the way they deal with law

The Great Legal Show

More than eight lakh people watched the live streaming of three Constitution Bench proceedings. The landmark decision to live stream will ensure judicial transparency and reveal the hard work of judges 

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