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Electronic Judicial System - The Future Forward

Shreyash Mohta

 In my current blog, I shall discuss and explain the value addition which The Indian Judicial System will have if it moved forward to ‘Digitization’.  We have seen a lot of countries opt for the digital judiciary and even India has started adopting the same. However, such welcome steps are scarce and there is more lip talking than actual work being done on the ground level.  Let us start by understanding the concept The very concept of converting The Traditional Indian Judicial system to E-Judiciary is a modernized step to convert all paperwork into electronic form which can be stored, viewed, transferred, accessed and used from anywhere in the globe.  While all other portfolios have taken ‘one small step is a big leap for mankind’  of a step, befriending with improvised technology and to use it in various form so as to help their work, it is just ‘Law and Order’ which hasn’t even bothered to explore the mammoth advantages technology can Read More

Right to Information & The Collegium System in India

Shreyash Mohta

 In my recent blog, I shall deal with the burning issue of ‘Collegium System’ to be brought under the scope and purview of The Right to Information (RTI) Act. My blog shall discuss about the following topics as mentioned below in chronological order.  1.     ‘Collegium System’ – Introduction & Working 2.     The Three Judges Case – Evolution of the ‘Collegium System’ 3.     The CPIO v. Subhash Chandra Agarwal  4.     View of the Supreme Court 5.     Conclusion  ‘Collegium System’ – Introduction & Working Let us start by understanding what exactly the ‘Collegium System’ is all about.  This system is an ‘opaque system’, the function of which is to deal with the following decisions as listed below: -  1.     Appointment / Elevation of Judges or Read More

Same Sex Marriage in India

Neha Roy

SAME SEX MARRIAGE Marriage is considered as the purest bond. It is the legally recognized union of two people as life partners and personal relationship. When we say “two people”, it usually means a male and a female but with the changing times we see that it is not always a male and a female by which I mean it can be two males or two females. Now, this can be considered normal in other countries but in country like India, gay marriage is still unacceptable. In this blog, I shall discuss about the same sex marriage, its possibilities and rights of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) couples. PROBLEMS OF LGBT  Homosexuality was considered a taboo in Indian Society. The Section 377 of Indian Penal Code states that sex or marriage between the same genders is punishable by law. It was on September 6, 2018, the supreme court of India legalised Section 377, thereby making gay sex legal. It was a long fight and struggle for LGBT people to get their Read More

Video Conference: better administration of Justice?

kaustav

Introduction:- “A video conference is a live, visual connection between two or more people residing in separate locations for the purpose of communication. At its simplest, video conferencing provides transmission of static images and text between two locations. At its most sophisticated, it provides transmission of full-motion video images and high-quality audio between multiple locations.”1 Video conference is a tool by which distance can be erased. It is a strong communication tool. Video conference has become very popular. It saves time and money. We can see in the news channel that if any minister or any government official may it centre or state if failed to participate in any meeting called on by concerned government by video conferencing can attain the meeting virtually. President or Prime Minister of India if on the tour of any foreign Country for accepting their invitation but have to attain either for granting permission or for taking any important decision then video Read More

Cryptocurrency Legalized.

Cryptocurrency Legalized. WHAT IS A CRYPTOCURRENCY?  A Cryptocurrency is a digitalized or virtual currency that is crypted by algorithms which makes it almost impossible to counterfeit or double spend. It is an internet based medium of exchange which uses algorithmic functions to conduct Financial transactions. Cryptocurrencies can be transferred between two parties using private and public keys. These transfers are done with minimal processing fees allowing the users to let go the steep processing fees charged by financial institutions. The defining feature of Cryptocurrencies is that it is not issued by any Central Authority which means that Cryptos are abstained from Government Interference and manipulation.(Note - In contradiction to the above statement, cryptocurrencies have been in the Global News just because of its drastic leap to $11500 per unit). Cryptocurrencies have been criticized for a number of reasons such as their use for illegal Read More

RBI to immunize the economy by injecting Rs.3.7 lakh crore amidst the Coronavirus lockdown.

RBI to immunize the economy by injecting Rs.3.7 lakh crore amidst the Coronavirus lockdown.  RBI Governer Shaktikanta Das addressed a press conference to delineate the juncture of the Indian Economy and the measures taken by RBI to keep the wheels of the economy turning amidst the virus outbreak considering the intensity and the economic impact of the same.  The Monetary Policy Committee on Friday reduced the Repo Rate by 75 bps i.e to 4.4% from 5.15% . It has also reduced CRR by 100 bps i.e to 3% of NDTL(Net Demand and Time Liability) with effect from the reporting fortnight beginning March 28,2020 for a period of 1 year and permitted all commercial banks to allow a moratorium of 3 months on repayment of term loans outstanding as on March 1,2020.  Here are the highlights from Governer Shaktikanta Das's speech:  1. Reduction in Repo Rate  Repo rate was considerably reduced by 75 bps i.e to 4.4% as against 5.15% earlier with a Read More

Citizenship Amendment Bill 2019

Simi Paul

  In my previous blog I have discussed about the important sections of citizenship Amendment Act 1955. Today in my blog I shall be discussing on the topic of citizenship Amendment Bill 2019   Before moving on to the citizenship amendment act or bill of 2019 let's have a fast recap of the citizenship amendment Act, 1955 The Indian citizenship act just like any other citizenship act of a nation describes each and every detail of how an individual can get citizenship in India.   The act provided the Indian citizenzenship can be gained by the following ways- Birth, Descent, Registration, Incorporation and Naturalization.    Important amendments which had so far taken place in the Act- 1986 1992 2003 2005 and the recent one 2019   When was the act been passed?   The citizenship Amendment Act 2019 was passed on 11 December 2019 by the Parliament of India. It was Read More

Indian Citizenship Act

Simi Paul

  Every citizen has to follow certain rules to become a citizen. Every constitution of a country has the Citizenship act amended, this act tells the citizens of the country to how they can become the part of the country who can be called as the citizens and each in every details of the rules regarding a citizen is provided in the act. In India recently Citizenship Act has gone through an enormous change and it is the most talked topic.   Today in my blog I shall be talking about the Indian Citizenship Act and its important sections in brief details.   The Indian Citizenship Act is discussed in the Constitution of India and as well as in Citizenship Act of India.  The constitution of India in Article 5 to 11, only answers to the question that who is an Indian citizen after 26th January 1950. The rest of the questions regarding the citizenship act who, when, how one can become a citizen when are they considered to be a citizen, the Read More

Seeking Certified Copies and Documents from the Court: The Concern over Transparency of the Judiciary

Parth Kashyap

Seeking Certified Copies and Documents from the Court: The Concern over Transparency of the Judiciary  "Under the guise of seeking information under the RTI Act, the process of the court is not to be abused and information not to be misused."  Recently a bench of the Supreme Court judges ruled that the court documents such as copies of the judgments and pleadings can now be obtained by third-parties or by those who are not a party to a case only after the court rules permit it and not under the RTI Act, 2005. The bench comprising Justices Banumathi, A S Bopanna & Hrishikesh Roy, in the case of Chief Information Commissioner v. High Court of Gujarat and Another [Civil Appeal No. 1966-1967 of 2020 arising out of SLP. (C) No. 5840 of 2015] held that the copies of court documents or information on the judicial side can only be obtained through the mechanism provided under the High Court Rules and the provisions of RTI Act, 2005 shall not be Read More

DELAYED JUSTICE IS DENIED JUSTICE

Shreyash Mohta

 We have been seeing how the Indian Court System works, we have also been seeing on the delivery of orders which take more than a decade to punish the wrong doers. How does it affect the Justice Delivery System? Is delivering justice after such long time periods really justice? Is Justice, if at all delayed is denied?  Answering all these questions, today I write this blog analyzing whether the old fashioned quote as we quote it time and again “Justice Delayed is Justice Denied” stands ground when it actually comes to it.   I often used to think and be happy when my parents used to say finally justice has been delivered, the wrong doers are punished and that used to make me smile. With me being older and understanding things better, I now started to question the same. The question which started popping up every now and then is – How long is too long? Should I say I am proud to witness the Nirbhaya rapists hanged, or the Ram Mandir conflict settled or Read More

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