Aarushi murder case: Supreme Court grants bail to Nupur Talwar,Scribe union to challenge SC verdict on media norms, All Courts to be computerised in 3 years, India's first child witness court room inaugurated and much more.
Scribe union to challenge SC verdict on media norms
The Delhi Union of Journalists on Sunday said that it will file a revision petition against the Supreme Court laying down constitutional principles for postponement of reporting on sub-judice matters.
All Courts to be computerised in 3 years
Union Minister for Law and Justice Salman Khurshid has said that all courts in the country will be computerised in the next three years.
India's first child witness court room inaugurated
India’s first child court witness room (CCWR) was launched to provide a conducive atmosphere to children, who are either victims of crime or witnesses to it.
Mental Health Bill seeks to de-criminalise suicide attempts
The Union health ministry is pushing to decriminalize the act of attempting suicide.
Judgments should not read like monologues
Dhananjay Mahapatra in the Times of India criticises the Apex Court for the decisions in media norms case and the case relating to appointment of information officers under RTI Act.
Raising the bar for the legal profession by N R Madhava Menon
N R Madhava Menon writes in The Hindu on Continuing Legal Education programmes for enhancing the professional competence of advocates and thereby the quality of legal services in the country.
Death is entirely discriminatory by Anup Surendranath
NLU-D Assistant Professor Anup Surendranath's column on the arbitrariness of the death penalty in India.
V Umakanant's column in Indian Corporate Law on New FDI Reforms
NUS Professor, V Umakant comments on the new FDI reforms in Indian Corporate Law blog.
A profile of Jyotsna Yagnik, the judge who penned the Naroda Patiya judgement
Jyotsna Yagnik, who delivered the historic Naroda Patiya judgement, sentencing Babu Bajrangi and Maya Kodnani to life, is no stranger to difficult cases