“While our Constitution envisages independence of judiciary from the executive, the Legislature and Judiciary should share healthy mutual respect
The Supreme Court has made public its roster system for the allocation of matters to the judges with Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra deciding
The Supreme Court Bar Association will meet this evening to discuss the situation arising out of the unprecedented press conference held by four
Even as the government said the judiciary will sort the issue within itself and “it doesn’t need to interfere”, the legal fraternity termed the
In an unprecedented event, four senior-most judges of Supreme Court addressed the media raising questions on the administration of the apex
Lower courts, the institutions of civil and criminal litigations across the country, are facing shortage of nearly 5,000 judges, mainly because
The Union cabinet had last week granted its approval for the formation of the second National Judicial Pay Commission.
The Supreme Court termed the allegations of bribes taken in the name of judges as “very serious” and asserted that no one would be
The law ministry issued separate notifications appointing 19 additional judges to the Allahabad High Court and five to the Calcutta High Court.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today created ripples by alleging that there was a 'widespread' fear that the phones of judges are being
The Supreme Court will hear on Monday a batch of petitions challenging the 121st constitutional amendment by which collegium system for