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CJI slams 'dismal' show of govt's arbitration centre

CJI slams 'dismal' show of govt's arbitration centre

CJI also lamented that India lacks proper institutions to hold arbitration proceedings, forcing people to approach "five star hotels and clubs" for the purpose.

WATCH: ​There must be 'Sabka Nyay', says PM Narendra Modi

WATCH: ​There must be 'Sabka Nyay', says PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday expanded his government's 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas' motto to include 'Sabka Nyay', assuring free legal aid for the vulnerable sections of the society.

Judiciary must red-flag any populist decision: Prez at Patna HC centenary celebrations

The process of selection and appointment of judges should conform to the highest of standards, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Saturday, describing an independent judiciary as the "cornerstone" of democracy.

Bihar seeks funds from Centre to strengthen judicial system

Bihar on Sunday sought financial assistance from the Centre to strengthen the state's judicial system through increasing the number of judicial officers and non-gazetted employees and expanding infrastructure.

Lawyers body forms committee to curb corruption in judiciary

To maintain probity in the judiciary, Delhi High Court Bar Association (DHCBA) executive committee has set up grievance committee to handle complaints relating to corruption and misconduct in the judicial system.

Judicial system has failed, says ex-attorney general

Gopal Subramanium, former solicitor and attorney general of India said Saturday that the judicial system had failed to provide justice.

Judicial system should be accessible and affordable: Prez

President Pranab Mukherjee has said the nation`s judicial system should not only be accessible, but also affordable.

Need to tone up judicial infrastructure: SC judge

The judicial infrastrucutre needs to be improved to speed up the delivery of justice, a Supreme Court judge said here on Saturday.

Fast-track cases or people may lose faith in judiciary: Murthy

Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy on Friday called for speedy trials, saying inordinate delay in justice delivery is making the public lose faith in judiciary.

Judicial system needs change to deal with rape case

Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh said here Tuesday there was a need to change the judicial system to deal with rape and corruption related cases.

Court adjournments are like cancer: Vice President

The Vice President is on a three-day visit to Gujarat.

Lok Adalats in Odisha getting popular

`Lok Adalats` in Odisha are
becoming more popular as people are getting prompt justice with this alternative justice delivery system.

Entire judiciary can’t be brought to disrepute: CJ

Chief Justice of India SH Kapadia on Saturday said the entire judicial system cannot be brought to disrepute because of few erring judges.

Faith in judiciary shattered: Priyadarshini`s mom

More than 15 years after the rape
and murder of law student Priyadarshini Mattoo by a stalker in the national capital, her mother said the long wait for
justice had shattered her faith in the system.

Apex court cautions against maligning judges

The Supreme Court has said that judges were not robots with no heart and capacity of feeling hurt.

`Judiciary must safeguard values of democracy`

Allahabad High Court Chief Justice Ferdino Inacio Rebello inaugurating an evening court in Hapur city.

India to improve quality of judiciary: Moily

India would take measures to improve quality of the judiciary by reforming the legal education system.

Jurists call for all-out effort to reform judicial system

Mooting a joint all-out
effort by stakeholders for judicial reforms, eminent jusrists
from various countries on Sunday called for steps to check
corruption and bring greater accountability in judiciary.

Drastic changes needed in judicial system: HC Judge

Special law has been enacted to decide the cases filed by the foreign investors within one year, but for the common citizens the judiciary works according to the pattern set by the British, a Bombay High Court Judge has said.