CJI on Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi: Global Visionary for Peace, Justice & Sustainability- CJI Chandrachud

Chief Justice of India Dr. DY Chandrachud has said that Mahatma Gandhi is synonymous with truth and non-violence in the whole world. In India, Mahatma Gandhi is called Bapu. Bapu generally means... Read more »
arjun Meghwal

Law Minister Meghwal Willings to Examine Advocate Protection Act

Union Minister of State for Law and Justice, Arjun Ram Meghwal, expressed the ministry’s willingness to examine Advocate Protection Act to safeguard the interests of advocates. Speaking at a felicitation ceremony organized... Read more »
Seema Haider

Seema Haider’s Case Should Be Treated in accordance with Law, Not Emotional Consideration

The Pakistani Muslim woman, who had been living in Rabupura village in Delhi’s neighboring District Gautam Budh Nagar of Uttar Pradesh since May 13, 2023, came to the notice of Indian agencies... Read more »

Why ‘UCC’ Gets Ignited After PM Modi Statement, What Opposition Says & What Are Legal Aspects!

After the statement of PM Modi in Bhopal Public Meeting on UCC on Tuesday, that country cannot effectively operate under the burden of two parallel legal systems, highlighting the Constitutional principle of... Read more »
Kerala HC

“Loss Of Supreme Court” : AG Gopalakrishna Kurup On Chief Justice Non-Appointment To The Apex Court

K Gopalakrishna Kurup, the senior advocate and advocate general for Kerala, recently expressed his surprise that S Manikumar, the chief justice of the Kerala High Court, had not been elevated to the... Read more »
Collegium, Kiren Rijiju

No Mahabharat in Govt & Judiciary, Judges don’t have to Contest Elections But People are Judging

Law Minister Kiren Rijiju said in a program of Delhi Bar Association that there is no any Mahabharat between Government and Judiciary. In any democracy differences will be there but debate should... Read more »
Saurabh Kirpal, Collegium

Saurabh Kirpal – A Lawyer towords a judge! Half Way, Half Myth and Half Truth

Why is the media-judiciary and bureaucracy hiding the basic fact that is preventing Saurabh Kirpal from becoming a judge? In my opinion, it is half true that he is gay or that... Read more »
sedition Law, Supreme Court

The Sedition Law may be Abolished soon, SC to Decide validly of British Era Law on Wednesday

The sedition law will be debated in the Supreme Court after about 7 months and then possibly the sedition law itself may be abolished. On Wednesday, this week the Supreme Court will... Read more »
legal education, Legal Profession

India @ 2047: Building The Future of Legal Education & Legal Profession

When Indians attained Independence from the British on 15th August 1947, we embraced many significant and influential ideas of transformative change that any society should aspire when it embarks on a new... Read more »
NJAC v Collegium


The Supreme Court of India and the Central government are at loggerheads, once again, on the issue of process of appointment of the judges to the higher courts. The issue came to... Read more »