IMPLICATIONS OF INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY

INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY: COMPARITIVE ANALYSIS (Part-1) JUDICIAL REVIEW  In many countries with written constitution, there prevails the doctrine of Judicial Review. It means that constitution is the Supreme law of the land and any law in consistent with it is void the courts perform the side of expounding the provisions of the constitution and exercise…

Critical Analysis of Indian Judiciary

The Indian judicial system is one of the important pillars of democracy. It has its roots since ancient times when the judicial system worked according to the kings and emperors, british rulers and now working as a sovereign and independent body. The judicial system in India has a systematic hierarchy of courts – the Supreme…

Public Interest Litigation during Covid 19

PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION DURING COVID-19 Public interest Litigation (PIL) means litigation filed in a court of law, for the protection of “Public Interest”, such as Pollution, Terrorism, Road safety, Constructional hazards etc. Any matter where the interest of public at large is affected can be redressed by filing a Public Interest Litigation in a court of…

Shortcomings of the present day Judicial System

The Constitution of India is upholded by the Supreme Court and subordinated courts as “law of land”.It aims of ensuring the political, social as well as economic forms of justice to each and every citizen of India. Citizens if having any greivance approaching courts to seek redressal as refraining from taking law in their hands…