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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 a hearing.

Many crucial cases have not been heard by the Supreme Court as quickly as they should have been. But while much has been said about the Supreme Court’s listing processes, what happens in High Courts should also be considered. According to the website of the National Judicial Data Grid (High Courts), 59,59,504 cases are now pending…

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