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Centre’s flagship e-court project becomes complete as the Supreme Court joins the National Judicial Data Grid portal

The flagship e-Courts project completes full circle with Supreme Court of India onboarding the National Judicial Data Grid portal

Israel: President Herzog asks Benjamin Netanyahu’s government to halt judicial reforms after violent protests hit the country

Meanwhile, widespread strikes were announced in Israel to protest judicial reform. The country's Ben-Gurion Airport has banned flights leaving the airport until further notice and Workers' Union too have announced a strike, reported Jerusalem Post.

“Mind your own business”: Israeli minister tells U.S. ambassador after he advised Israel to ‘pump the brakes’ on judicial reforms

Israeli Diaspora Affairs Minister Amichai Chikli said that U.S. Ambassador Tom Nides should mind his own business and not meddle in the internal affairs of Israel.

‘New system to appoint judges is needed, long vacations of courts not convenient for justice-seekers’: Law minister Kiren Rijiju in Rajya Sabha

Kiren Rijiju said that to reduce the number of pending cases, a new system of appointing judges is needed as current system is not efficient

Strikes by lawyers one of the reasons why courts are burdened with pending cases, Salman Khurshid seeks solution

Salman Khurshid, along with journalist Manoj Raghuvanshi, laboured through a grilling online RoundTable discussion on ‘Khul Ke’ last Sunday on the issue.

The history and unconstitutionality of the Collegium system: It is time for our Judiciary to reform before the public loses faith

The Collegium System is an archaic, unconstitutional system that needs to be reformed urgently because law fails when people lose faith

President Kovind cautions judges against ‘indiscreet remarks’ after PM Modi spoke about the ‘separation of power’ between Judiciary and govt

While speaking about the cost of justice, President Kovind noted that only a small section of Indians can approach the courts.

Sexual Assault Vs harassment: Bombay HC Judge who gave ‘skin-to-skin contact’ judgement refuses to charge accused under POCSO

Hearing a criminal appeal against the conviction and sentence awarded to a 50-year-old man for molesting a five-year-old girl, Justice Ganediwala observed that the case comes under the gambit of 'sexual harassment' and not 'sexual assault'.

Chief Justice of India is a ‘public authority’, comes under the ambit of RTI Act : Supreme Court

The Supreme Court bench agreed in principle to share information but on a case-to-case basis and subject to RTI safeguards.

After Sabarimala, now Maa Tripureswari Temple, the Judiciary is killing the diversity of traditions within Hinduism

Tripureswari animal sacrifice ban: A particular worldview is being forced down our throats without our consent.

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