Posts filed in Judicial Reforms

Courts Can’t Lay Down Moral Guidelines: Supreme Court on Sardar Jokes

Posted Wednesday February 08, 2017 by CSLRA India

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today expressed its inability to issue directions to regulate jokes about the Sikh community, observing that courts cannot “lay down moral guidelines” for citizens and...

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CJI becomes emotional on low number of judges: Indian Judicial Service (IJS) should be constituted: Balanced procedure of appointing judges in higher courts should be formulated

Posted Monday April 25, 2016 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

It refers to Chief Justice of India becoming emotional on aspect of on quite low number of judges in the country at the conference of Chief Ministers and Chief Justices...

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Swearing-in of new Chief Justice of India on 3rd December 2015: Reforms necessary for avoiding short-term or extra-long-term Chief Justices

Posted Monday December 07, 2015 by Subhash Chandra Agrawal

Justice Tirathsingh Thakur has taken oath as country’s forty-third Chief Justice. He has some biggest challenges mainly including appointment of judges in higher courts at a time when Supreme Court...

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