Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill passed by Lok Sabha

The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill, 2010 (Bill) has been passed by the Lok Sabha after 14 consecutive days of the Parliament adjourning over the 2G spectrum scam.

The Mint reports the B

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shikha

March 11, 2013 - 10:03pm

it is very difficult to comment on judiciary lower or higher,i feel it is not easy for all to judge like vikramaditya, but i have seen many normal peaple becoming abnormal after their selection in judiciary. they hve charm of power, money and a special authority what they enjoy ;in between they forget about the poor condition of litigants, bar and bench should take responsibility shoulder to shoulder if they want to see better judgment and justice.

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unknown

March 30, 2011 - 8:52am

like others it iis also a administrative system and flaws are common to this also .it ll empower the accountability

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m. ramaswamy

March 13, 2011 - 8:55am

a everchanging jury system should also be introduced

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J>R>B

December 3, 2010 - 10:46pm

Law enforcement Authority,JUdiciary & Prisonsystem(Corrective centre) are absolutely of low standard .LOwer courts run by touts & clerical staff.Higher courts run by judges.Litigants -the sufferer are of no importance.JUdges often make up their mind(Unless public outcry)before the case starts- heaven may not change their views.SEldom they go through the whole written - Verbal evidences.O)f course Politician,Rich,have great clout over them.Supreme court should have overseeing body in exceptional cases(Like Privy Council)-Presidential Law Council,to deliberate on Supreme Court Verdicts & Many ushurped legislative functions.With CONCURRENCE of President of INdia(Without Cabinet or PM interference)-Final Verdict will be givenThe appropiate case should be free of Cout Fees,Only few advocates will be allowed to argue in the case at a very low fees- it is place of honour & Intrgrity JRB

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abc

December 3, 2010 - 8:11pm

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