In this issue of India Legal (February 15, 2021), our columnist Shivanand Pandit takes a close look at the Budget and what it proposes to do. It is not a wishy washy document. The Modi government has tried to put an honest-to-goodness growth plan in place by announcing “a bold and new-age Budget”
Justice Kamaljit Singh Garewal, one of the most eminent and illustrious retired jurists of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, elaborates on a subject most members of the judicial community talk about but rarely commit to writing and analysing
India Legal thought it better to write a sober, insightful and scrupulously researched account reflecting our commitment to responsible journalism rather than competing with the bafflegab assaulting our sense and sensibilities from every possible news outlet
I write this on the eve of India’s 74th Independence Day. In researching it, I chanced upon an essay I wrote on the occasion of the nation’s 68th anniversary (Republic Day). In it, I reproduced what I considered to be some of the most stirring phrases of some leaders
Wrongful prosecution by the police, prison sentences by judges in a hurry or under duress from Executive bullying, incarceration without bail and pending trial are some of the horrors that continue to plague the overburdened and undernourished legal system in India
In this week’s edition, we present another thought-provoking piece by Retired Justice Kamaljit Singh Garewal who expertly dissects what the role of a prosecutor should be in the dispensation of justice.
A Punjab and Haryana High Court single bench passed the dismissal order of the petition of a man who had attempted to illegally oust his aged mother while hearing a Criminal Writ Petition filed by Sunny Goyal.