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Sanjay Raman Sinha

Fog of Legal War

Even though, the Supreme Court recently slammed the Delhi and Punjab governments for their lackadaisical approach to pollution control, unrestrained foul air threatens the life of the capital’s citizenry

Personal Interest Litigat...

Despite guidelines to weed out spurious PILs, the problem continues to plague courts. So fed up have courts become that they have started imposing huge fines on such petitioners

Cracking the Whip

The Election Commission has shown some spine in cancelling a yatra of the government as the Model Code of Conduct is in place in five poll bound states. Is the EC taking the government by the horns?

Touch Me Not

The ED’s attempts to book the party in the alleged liquor policy scam may come to naught as there is no separate law for financial misdemeanours of political parties

Rap on the Knuckles

A recent judgment has said that the ED is “not expected to be vindictive in its conduct” and must furnish the grounds of arrest in writing to the accused. Nonetheless, its overriding powers continue

“The judiciary is insulat...

As Chandrababu Naidu fights it out in the courts, the radar is on the judiciary. Former Chief Justice of India Justice MN Venkatachaliah spoke to Sanjay Raman Sinha on the issue of political pressure on the judiciary. Excerpts:

Ensnaring Court Birds

The Bill has raised questions whether it is an attempt by the executive to control the judiciary. Is the freedom of advocates being compromised? Rajshri Rai, editor-in-chief, APN channel, delved into the matter in India Legal’s TV show

Equality in Corruption

In a landmark judgment, a five-judge Constitution bench not only affirmed equality before law principle for accused government officers of all ranks, but also held that the new law would apply retrospectively

Celebrity Crush

In an incident which once again puts a question mark on airlines’ operations and passenger well being, well-known actress and BJP MP Hema Malini was allegedly put into a very uncomfortable position by unruly co-passengers. The incident has also raised questions about the right to privacy

Slapgate’s Lessons

The Muzaffarnagar slap-case made us finally aware that within the four walls of classroom, social abhorrence and religious bigotry is being played out and now, inevitably, it has become a political football as well

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