DNA: Why is India unable to fight corruption?

This special edition of Daily News and Analysis talked on why is our country, India, unable to fight corruption.

DNA: Why is India unable to fight corruption?- Part II

This special edition of Daily News and Analysis talked on why is our country, India, unable to fight corruption.

DNA: Amidst repeated cross examinations and court proceedings, will Uber rape victim get justice?

The Supreme Court stayed the March 4 Delhi High Court order permitting the repeat cross-examination of the Delhi Uber rape case victim and other witnesses by accused Shiv Kumar Yadav.But how long will it take for the Indian law to attribute justice to the victim?

WICB proposes 'cricketing solutions' in letter to BCCI
WICB proposes 'cricketing solutions' in letter to BCCI

The embattled West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) has insisted on a "cricketing solution" to the current impasse with the Board of Control for Cricket in India and has called for a meeting within the next two months as it battles to stave off the $42 million pay-out demanded by the BCCI.

Guarantee of justice missing in pending cases: SC judge Lodha

Senior Supreme Court Judge Justice RM Lodha has said the constitutional guarantee of justice is "missing" in some cases.

Over 3 cr cases pending in courts in India: Govt

Over three crore cases are pending in various courts across the country and this "unacceptable level" can be reduced by appointment of more judges and modernisation, Law Minister Ashwani Kumar said on Wednesday.

Courts handle complex matters in society: Khurshid

Union Law Minister Salman Khurshid has praised the judiciary`s role in the "present contentious society".

Policy issues not for courts: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Monday said it was not for the courts to involve themselves in issues of policy which come under the domain of the government and Parliament.

`Courts can convict on testimony of solitary witness`

The Supreme Court has ruled that minor contradictions in the prosecution`s claim can be ignored.

Indian courts can decide NRI couples` matrimonial rows: SC

Indian courts have jurisdiction to deal with custodial disputes of minor children even if a foreign court has passed an order in favour of either of the parents, the Supreme Court ruled.