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Democracy, Courts and Rule of Law: Part 3

Justice A.K. Sikri, Judge Singapore International Commercial Court, a former judge of...

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‘Litigation has leapfrogged into the digital era’

Senior Advocate Dr Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Raian Karanjawala, Managing Partner, Karanjawala & Co., and Senior Advocate Rajiv Nayyar speak to...

Saransh Chaturvedi

Understanding IP: Jurisprudential foundation of intellectual property

The base of any IP is an ‘idea’ that governs it. It is this idea on which the philosophical foundation...

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Governor’s pardoning power and fetters of Council Of Ministers: Some pertinent questions

Given the fact that the President and the Governors are the executive heads and that pardoning power, being of a...

The delay disaster- Are there solutions to the pendency

The delay disaster: Are there solutions to the pendency pandemic?

Our legal system is heading for disaster, with undertrial numbers increasing and civil case pendency rising to levels that make...

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Kashmiri Pandits demand commission of inquiry headed by retired Supreme Court Judge

Indian State has failed for three decades to reverse the exile of the Kashmiri Pandits.   I wear many hats—that...

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Ram Jethmalani Memorial Lecture Series First Edition

Here are the edited excerpts of some of the speeches delivered at the lecture. The full speeches will be serialised...

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Trial by media a matter of concern, say legal luminaries

The first edition of the Ram Jethmalani Memorial Lecture Series was organised on Saturday by the ITV Network’s English news...

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What can you do, should a Judicial Order violate your Fundamental Rights?

Article 144 of the Constitution makes it clear that the Supreme Court, at the apex of the judicial system, wields...