YouTuber and blogger A Shankar posts regular articles on alleged corruption by politicians, government employees, journalists and judges. The Madras High Court has now sentenced him to a prison term for his claims that the “entire higher judiciary is plagued by corruption”
A recent case of a judge allegedly helping an accused in a scam has led to a debate on whether an internal model code of conduct is needed. The process to handle such allegations should also be revisited
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
Delhi High Court division bench directed for filing of a public interest litigation in the matter and sought response from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the Chief Secretary of the Delhi Government and the Delhi Jal Board.