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Civil Riots…err…Rights Lawyer Prashant Bhushan gets away with murder. But this time he might have pushed his luck too far.
In a separate tweet, he had criticised, “Has the Supreme Court lost its dignity? Delay in justice is not justice. The people consider a judge as God, but even God is unable to give justice.”
Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi said that if at all any delay exists in the appointment of the judges is because of the collegium and not because of Government of India, vindicating the stand of the NDA government regarding non-interference in the judicial process. 
Union Minister Arun Jaitley analyses the 'Institutions are under attack' argument and clears the air.
Justice Mudgal has denied all the allegations of sexual assault against him calling them "utterly false and baseless"
George Kurian has alleged that Justice Kurian Joseph made such 'misleading' statement with an intention of creating communal disharmony.
Justice Joseph in his interview seems to have also tried to slide away from the criticism by putting the blame of Retd. Justice Chelameswar for the press conference fiasco.
It turns out that certain tweets of Anand Ranganathan were withheld in India.
Ravi Shankar Prasad said the judiciary has to decide 'how far' it can go in taking over power on issues of governance as he stressed the need for all organs to appreciate the proverbial ‘Lakshman Rekha’.
Gurumurthy had tweeted questioning the grant of bail to Karti Chidambaram in INX media bribery case.
Freedom of Expression is a complicated matter. Hopefully, people who read this article will get it now.
The High Court has said that the conduct of the official is "contumacious" and amounts to gross indiscipline or insubordination on his part.
For smooth and successful functioning of democracy, the smooth relation between three pillars is very important
It is about time the Delhi Government takes cognizance of the need to find a solution to the chronic problem of pollution that the citizens face.
It is reported that Bhushan has argued over 300 PILs in the Courts.
The will of the people has to be expressed by the House of the People.
The Court said that it will issue necessary rules for balancing rights of public and protecting dignity of litigants soon.
People in this country usually avoid commenting upon the wisdom of My Lords, but this differential treatment is unpalatable
As a common citizen of India, no words of mine are enough to convey the sense of gratitude
Earlier too, we had earlier covered how the Gandhis had tried to thwart the Income Tax’ investigation
This comes after the central government had written to the top court regarding the existing nepotism in the judiciary
Who cares if anarchy is served for the course and blood is your drink for the night.
The court as a result rejected an appeal by two Indian citizens
At least a third of the recommended advocates for the judgeship are related to sitting or retired judges
The High Court has thus ordered the removal of illegal encroachment
It thus has asked the government to frame rules to approve conversion to Islam
This bizarre comment came hours after AIMPLB proposal for opening Shariat courts in all districts of India was rejected by the BJP
As citizens, we would be no less responsible for our indifference.
The decision to set up the parallel courts could be a blow to the respect and integrity for India's secular judiciary.
What makes it ironical is the fact that it was NDTV which filed the defamation case

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