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CJI SA Bobde’s photo with a limited edition Harley Davidson went viral, but it took days for people to care about the custodial killing of Jairaj and Bennix.
New Delhi: From multi-purpose masks to Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde’s new ride and an Indian politician accepting a mistake — Twitter was full of surprises. Here is Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani hailing the virtues of atmanirbhar (self-reliant) India. https://twitter.com/smritiirani/status/1277107169280823296 Congress leader Kapil Sibal offers advice to PM Modi on how to win a war! https://twitter.com/KapilSibal/status/1277483830731960320?s=19 Actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha shares a video of BJP leaders’ past rants against hikes in fuel prices. FYI, prices of petrol and diesel were hiked for the 22nd time in three weeks Monday. https://twitter.com/ShatruganSinha/status/1277411948074680322?s=19 And actor Renuka Sahane doesn't understand her power billing. https://twitter.com/renukash/status/1277240648660185089 Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera joins forces with former finance minister P. Chidambaram to flag a 'suspicious' link between the PM CARES funds and Chinese donations. Last week, BJP President J.P. Nadda attacked Congress for accepting donations from the Chinese government. https://twitter.com/Pawankhera/status/1277461706742968320?s=20 The Maharashtra government’s decisions on the Covid-19 crisis reminds Congress’ Sanjay Nirupam of the ancient ruler Tughlaq. Another FYI: Congress is part of the coalition government in the state. https://twitter.com/sanjaynirupam/status/1277469204573085696?s=20 CPI (M) leader Mohammed Salim called out BJP General...
Retired judge V.P. Patil filed the petition claiming that a change in nomenclature of the High Court will be an assertion of the Maratha identity for Maharashtrians.
The CJI was addressing an online seminar organised to unveil the e-filing module, developed by SC’s e-committee to facilitate online filing of cases on a 24x7 basis.
Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde said the judiciary is ‘not taking rest’, and is ‘doing whatever it can’ in this crisis.
Reform to reduce the burden on Indian courts has been long overdue. The coronavirus pandemic has merely exacerbated the urgency to use technology.
The act of feeding is a conscience cleaner, a hand wash that also kills hopes of the poor wanting anything more than food. These are old models of charity.
Instead of showing helplessness, the Supreme Court can learn from the Delhi High Court on how to prod the police into doing its job without fear or favour.
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Zen Sadavarte claimed the death of a 4 month old at Shaheen Bagh violated the infants' right to life and also demanded a post-mortem report.
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