The Supreme Court Needs to reconsider its judgment in the Sahara Birla CaseFebruary 24 2017
By Dushyant Dave
The first principle of natural justice consists of the rule against bias based on three maxims: First, ‘no man shall be a judge in his own cause’; second, ‘justice should not only be done but manifestly and undoubtedly be seen to be done’; and third, ‘judges, like Caesar’s wife, should be above suspicion’.
The Supreme Court of India can truly take pride in taking judicial review of administrative actions to great heights. But do judges themselves follow . . .
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