Why doesn’t the incredibly rich BCCI pay any tax? This is because it does that great job of “promoting the sport of cricket in the country,” and because the BCCI is registered as a charitable organisation
There are few judicial appointment procedures in the world that are completely bereft of the overarching presence of either the executive or the legislature, or both. In the end, the judge is left with all the powers vested in him/her by the constitution to uphold the rule of law, within an atmosphere of external influences.
The absence of eyewitnesses to the incident cannot detract from the credibility of the complainant as her statement is to be considered independently to determine whether it has a ring of truth or not.