The Inevitability Of Reforming Oral Arguments In Our Courts
Of the several factors that are attributed to the problem of judicial delays in our country, the Supreme Court has, in two recent instances, highlighted lengthy oral arguments by lawyers as being one of the significant contributor.
The Status of ‘Encryption’ In India’s Digital Policy Debate
While the country continues to take giant strides towards the dream of Digital India, the new data-fueled order and the growing digital interconnectivity has exposed greater vulnerability in the threat landscape.
Compulsory Retirement Order Doesn’t Create Stigma, but Judicial Accountability for Judges
The Compulsory Retirement Order can be used to weed out officers who are inefficient and is often issued in public interest.