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Sanjay Raman Sinha

Clever Move?

The proposed amendment in the Bill can deny the right to access public information if the government thinks that it impinges on the private realm of a person and is not of larger public interest.

Batting for students

The Delhi High Court recently held that while children cannot be barred from exams for non-payment of fees, private unaided schools cannot be forced to retain them.

Upping the Ante

As the centre’s calls for reforms in the system get strident, questions of primacy of the executive over the judiciary have raised concerns. Objections by the executive betray a sense of insecurity.

Tata to Wage Arrears

The Delhi High Court dismissed a plea of a section of Indian Airlines employees regarding unpaid wage arrears of Rs 208 crore. If disinvestment takes this route, will the prime State policy be in trouble?

Holiday Blues

The centre said that long vacations in courts lead to pendency. But do overworked judges burdened by the huge number of cases need to recharge their batteries or follow the Rule Book on holidays?

Turf War

The sharp attacks of the government on the judiciary have seen the latter giving as good as it gets. What does this acrimony augur for litigants and constitutional institutions and offices? 

“Call the Collegium the N...

As the judges’ appointment issue threatens to snowball into a major controversy, Sanjay Raman Sinha spoke to two former chief justices of India to gauge their views on the collegium and the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC).

Make the EC Independent

A draft bill to bring in reforms in the EC has been introduced in Parliament and aims to stop it from being misused by the powers that be and bring in transparency in the appointment process.

Give NHRC More Teeth

It’s been almost 29 years since the National Human Rights Commission was formed. But it has a long, tough road ahead as is evident from the figures of rights abuses in India.

“Wherever There’s Power, ...

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has gained the trust of people and needs to rise to challenges, said its second chairman Justice MN Venkatachaliah in an interview with Sanjay Raman Sinha.

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