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Supreme Court Bar Association President Vikas Singh Says 43 Per Cent Lawmakers Have Criminal Antecedents

He said these were the two areas with regard to the justice delivery — quality of legislators and appointment of judges — where serious reforms and serious introspection were needed. He was speaking at the function organised on the occasion of 75th anniversary of India's independence.

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Judiciary, Legislature And Executive Have To Work Together To Solve National Problems, Law Minister Says

Speaking at the 75th Independence Day celebrations organised by the Supreme Court Bar Association in the apex court complex, he said it is easy to criticise or make sweeping comments against the system unless one feels the pinch.

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FIFS Appoints Two Former Judges As Panel Members of Fantasy Sports Regulatory Authority

On his appointment as a FSRA panel member, Justice (Retd.) Mudgal said, “Our role will be to work as an independent regulatory body to ensure regulations, laws of India and our constitution are abided by.”

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Attempt To Crush Freedom Of Speech

The attempt to assassinate author Salman Rushdie in New York is emblematic of the deplorable state of free speech regime.

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Delhi HC Quashes FIR Against Woman For Carrying Bullet At Airport

The court said the woman from Kerala has been able to make out a case that she was not conscious about the possession of the live ammunition.

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Man Kills Wife By Slitting Throat Inside Karnataka Court Premises

The family court was organised at Hole Narasipura to settle the discord among the couple where Chaitra (28) and Shivakumar (32) had also come.

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Kerala HC Directs Sessions Court In Palakkad To Expedite Trial In Murder Case Of RSS Worker

Justice Bechu Kurian Thomas issued the direction to the sessions court while granting bail to one of the accused, in the case, who is alleged to have conspired to commit the murder and also harboured three of the main accused.

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Eleven Advocates Elevated As Judges Of Punjab And Haryana High Court

The Supreme Court collegium had recommended 13 names out which 11 were cleared by the government.

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Over One Crore Cases Settled In National Lok Adalat

Of the disputes settled on Saturday, more than 75 lakh were pre-litigation cases and 25 lakh pending cases, NALSA said. The third National Lok Adalat was held in all states and Union Territories, except Delhi where it will be held on August 21.

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Bar Council Of India Supports Chief Justice Of India's Power Of Master Of Roster

The apex bar body disagreed with the statement of Dushyant Dave, senior advocate and former president of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), that the CJI should not have any power to assign cases to benches and a fully automated system for allocation of matters in the Supreme Court be adopted.

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