The times our Judges were attacked, physically

My first visit to the Supreme Court, left me perplexed. The security arrangements required an individual to obtain a pass, undergo frisking and scanning of bags, and keep her/his cell phone away or put it on silent mode. The arrangements made me wonder why heavy security is deployed in the Court. Research pointed out that... Continue Reading →

Students of National Law Universities are protesting

Students of National Law Universities in Sonipat and Jabalpur sitting in protest. The students of premier law universities in the country are on ground protesting against their respective administrations. Students of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar National Law University in Sonipat, are protesting because they have been allegedly made to pay for facilities that have not... Continue Reading →

When the Supreme Court sat outside New Delhi

The Supreme Court of India The Supreme Court of India recently upheld the constitutionality of the National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 (Madhya Pradesh High Court Advocates Bar Association v. Union of India, W.P. (C) 433 of 2012). The petition had challenged the constitutionality of Section 14 read with Section 22 of the Act, which provided... Continue Reading →

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