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Dr Swati Jindal Garg

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 

Things We Love to Hate

Hate speech has become a divisive issue in order to exploit social prejudices for electoral gains. The Supreme Court has come down heavily on TV channels promoting and fanning religious and sectarian hatred as a means of increasing their ratings. Will anything change?
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Woman Scorned

A series of shocking judgments are proof that India still has a long way to go before it can be recognised as a gender sensitive State, or judiciary for that matter. Indian courts continue to use language and reasons in their orders that diminish the offence and trivialise the victim’s experience 

To Do or Not To Do

The constitutional right to freedom of religion, which is also said to include the right to convert, has been taken up time and again by the Indian courts. The problem, however, arises when a person is forced or lured to convert to another religion  

The Winds of Change!

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

Trial by Fire

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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.

Caging the Tiger

The trend of lodging multiple FIRs against individuals in various states is disturbing and courts have said that this is not permissible. The right to dissent and speak up is essential for democracy to survive

Justice Delayed, Justice ...

India has been struggling under the problem of huge arrears of pending cases for the past 70 years. A major shift needs to be made from adjourning authority to adjudicating authority and people should be made aware of Alternative Dispute Resolution systems

Temple Tempest

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News Update

Courts and Life Support

Terror Trap

Judging the Judges

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