Friday, 27 May, 2022
TopicPendency

Topic: Pendency

All India Judicial Service won’t solve pendency. And no, the IAS, IPS parallel doesn’t work

Supporters of AIJS argue that it can help reduce pendency, while opposers look at the lack of knowledge of local language and laws. Both are wrong.

Reforms in tribunals necessary but Modi govt isn’t helping judiciary by scrapping them

The ordinance scraping intellectual property and film certification tribunals is yet another case of the Modi government using a sledgehammer to crack open a difficult nut.

SC has let itself and Indian democracy down by its pusillanimity on electoral bonds

ThePrint view on the most important issues, instantly.

16 names cleared by SC collegium for HC judge posts stuck with govt, 6 of them since 2019

CJI-led Supreme Court bench Wednesday voiced its concern over delay on the government’s part in acting on the apex court collegium’s decisions for judicial appointments.

National platform, new law — how Sikri panel wants online dispute resolution to work

Online Dispute Resolution is a concept that seeks to unclog courts by offering alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, such as arbitration, negotiation & mediation, online.

Judge vacancies at high courts hit 2019 high — 414 posts need to be filled

September marks the highest number of vacancies in high courts this year. The vacancies stood at 392 when 2019 began.

Indian courts need MBAs and not Chief Justice to deal with pendency

The blame for pendency lies at the judiciary’s doorstep.

On Camera

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Gautam Adani’s food venture Adani Wilmar is best-performing IPO in Asia

The food company has almost tripled since its debut and outperformed 121 Asian initial public offerings worth over $100 million this year.

Defence

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Army accuses Pakistan of ‘deceit under garb of LoC ceasefire’ as infiltration bid is foiled

Three terrorists were killed Thursday while they were attempting an infiltration into J&K's Keran sector from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Mandir or Masjid? New surveys not needed, just acceptance of truth & move towards reconciliation

That temples were destroyed and mosques built is undisputed history. The past can’t be changed, but we can’t deny the wrongs of the past either before we consider reconciliation.
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