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Indian Judiciary To Adopt Artificial Intelligence For Aiding Justice Delivery

With impressive advances having been made in artificial intelligence (AI), the Indian judiciary has been early to adopt it too. Soon, AI will be...

Then It Was Emergency Now It Is Democracy

An all-out war of words broke out last week between the BJP and the Congress on the 1975 Emergency. Observing June 26 as a...

Separation Of Powers Is A beautiful Theory: Jasti Chelameswar

That the executive and the judiciary are insulated from each other is a beautiful theory which does not work in practice if iconoclast judge...

CJI faces revolt from four senior most SC judges

The sudden revolt against Chief Justice of India (CJI) by the four senior-most judges of Supreme Court has sent the whole judicial system...

Bengali Film ‘Dhananjoy’ Sparks a Fresh Debate on the Social Dilemma of Capital Punishment

'Dhananjoy' is a Bengali film directed by Arindam Sil The film premiered theatres on August 11, 2017 Talking about capital punishments and death...

Indian law delivers ‘justice’ to Salman Khan

Ironically, Salman Khan's acquittal comes on the Human Rights Day. Five wretched people sleeping over the footpath were crushed under his car and the first thing the actor did was to run away to home.

Collegium vs NJAC: Govt seeks participatory role in judicial appointments

Ever since the Supreme Court declared the NJAC unconstitutional and void, all eyes have been on the Government to see how it responds to...

Uphaar tragedy: Age, Ansals and gift from judiciary

By Ridham Gambhir Getting old is an unavoidable facet. The same became more of an advantage than a liability when the Ansal brothers got released...

Legal fraternity indignant over Ansals escaping jail term

By Parmod Kumar New Delhi: The Supreme Court's decision to waive off the rest of the jail term of the powerful Ansal brothers, convicted for...

Competition brings out the best in any company and leads to innovation: Narayana Murthy

By NewsGram Staff Writer "Competition and regulation are the two mechanisms which can ensure that the “Invisible Hand” works to the advantage of the society,"...

Supreme Court Vs Government: Is National Judicial Appointments Commission any better than the collegium?

By Harshmeet Singh The Indian constitution is a unique study in itself. Some of the most unique features of the world’s longest written constitution include...

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