With a huge backlog of cases, the Indian judiciary should revisit the listing practices of courts
Chief Justice of India Justice DY Chandrachud on November 15 said that he is keeping a “very close watch” on the listing of cases, bringing to the fore again the debate over the process by which matters are scheduled for hearing.
Focusing On Execution Proceedings
Recently, the Supreme Court in M/s Chopra Fabricators and Manufacturers Pvt. Ltd. v. Bharat Pumps and Compressors Ltd. and Anr. (hereinafter Chopra Fabricators)
Understanding the Need for Judicial Impact Assessment
The digitisation of court records under the E-Courts Mission Mode project has enabled linking of court records with other official databases.
Video Conferencing, E- Filing, and Live Streaming in the High Court
The Supreme Court recently heard a petition seeking virtual court hearing be declared as a fundamental right.
Combating Frivolous Litigation
The recent decision of the Punjab and Haryana High Court, in a case where the petitioner wanted to take legal action against Prince Harry gained much attention the last few weeks.
Analysing the Data on Industrial Disputes
The recent violence at the Wistron Corp’s factory near Bengaluru draws attention to the complex nature of labour unrest. Particularly in the aftermath of the COVID pandemic, existing labour conflicts have been accentuated, as businesses try to cope with the economic downturn.