Tag: Judiciary

How the steel frame of administration was reduced to a bamboo frame

K K. Sethi With public good relegated to background, with loss of prestige, with absence of factors of cohesion, the services deteriorated rapidly and the steel frame was reduced to bamboo frame. Now The steel frame is gone. Even the bamboo frame has decayed. The British brought about an administrative system with two objectives – one

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Let there be fireworks on five star activism, introspection, scrutiny and Judicial Reforms

Our World Our Times Anoop Swarup The issue of five star activism and what drives the judiciary has been raked up by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and it has become a subject matter of intense debate particularly on new media. The issue does stir up a hornet’s nest and underscores the need for a closer look at the

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Judiciary should be empowered and capable to play its divine role: Narendra Modi

Indian Prime Minister addresses the joint conference of Chief Ministers of States and Chief Justices of High Courts Newsroom2x7 Desk New Delhi: India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the Judiciary should be both “Sashakt” and “Samarth” (empowered and capable) to play its “divine role” of ensuring the rule of law, and delivering justice to the common

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