Justice Denied: The Curious Case of an Inordinate Delay in a Judge’s Elevation

[show_avatar email=5 show_name=true] The Centre’s disregard for procedure and recommendation when it comes to Justice A.A. Kureshi is mysterious and telling. Consider the following sequence of events: In 1983, a  young man – let’s call him Y.M. – gets an LL.B. degree and starts practicing as an advocate in the high court of state ABC. […]

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Why is ‘one election’ a priority?

[show_avatar email=5 show_name=true] Question: Who is likely to be the most knowledgeable on what electoral reforms are needed? Options: (a) Those who have contested one or more elections in the past 10  years. (b) Leaders of registered and recognised political parties. (c) The Election Commission of India. (d) Election experts who discuss elections in TV […]

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Should the Indian taxpayer pay the hidden cost of donations to political parties?

[show_avatar email=5 show_name=true] Sruthisagar Yamunan deserves to be complimented for his informative article that brings out a hidden dimension of the electoral bonds used to make anonymous donations to political parties in India. Headlined “controversial electoral bonds are not only opaque, they come at a cost to the Indian taxpayer, the article asserts that there’s […]

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