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Weeks after alleging that an Additional Judge of the Madras High Court was made a Permanent Judge despite the presence of adverse findings, former Supreme Court judge J. Katju has now aimed his sights on the former Chief Justice of India and current head of the National Human Rights Commission, KG... Read More

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  • J. Swatanter Kumar
    Each week, The Verdictum examines the judgments delivered by a retired judge of the Supreme Court. Along with analysis of the numbers, The Verdictum also analyses various facts and figures associated with the judge. This week, we examine the number Read More
    Fri, July 25, 2014 - 2:28pm
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  • Somasekhar Sundaresan
      Headlines that say 'Amit Shah is now BJP President, his lawyer a judge' evidently distort not just the truth, but the very justice delivery system The debate over the proposed appointment of criminal lawyer Uday Lalit as a judge of the Supreme Read More
    Tue, July 22, 2014 - 1:05pm

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“A lawyer’s task is a difficult one, especially facing so many judges in different cases who ask tough questions and expect total preparation from the lawyers.” (Full interview here - bit.ly/1iOCo72)Flickr
A lot of people say “I want to be an entrepreneur” and they get stuck in the writing and analysis and figuring it out. Once you have done the analysis, make sure that the business you envisioned is possible to build. Then just jump in and do it. (Full interview here - bit.ly/1lKMzyY)                               Flickr
Inderpreet Sawhney, General Counsel for Wipro “When you are in-house counsel, you have to go an extra step, participate in decision making and risk evaluation process.” (Full interview here - bit.ly/1nSZlxH)Flickr
'I invented a joke many years ago that I had to juggle three difficult mistresses, along with a difficult wife. And those three, each of them zealous and over demanding, are law, Parliament and media.' Full interview here - bit.ly/1iJVDVlFlickr
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