Lok Sabha MP from Udaiur, Sh. Arjun Lal Meena has asked in the Parliament whether the Government is considering setting up a Bench of the Rajasthan High Court at Udaipur. The Rajasthan High Court has its principal seat in Jodhpur, and a Bench at Jaipur. The Union Minister of Law and Justice submitted the following reply-

"High Court Benches are established in accordance with the recommendations made by the Jaswant Singh Commission and judgment pronounced by the Apex Court in W.P.(C) No.379 of...

The Union Minister for Law and Justice on 17th July 2019 shared the details of usage of regional languages in the High Courts. The questions that were asked were-

  1. whether the Government proposes to take steps for relaxing Article 348 that hinders filing of petition and its hearing in Hindi in Supreme Court so that petitions could be filed in Hindi without any hesitation; and
  2. if so, the details thereof along with the steps taken by the Government in this regard?

In reply, the Union...

In response to a query raised in the Parliament, the Union Law and Justice Minister answered that installation of justice clocks comes within the domain of the High Court. But what is this justice clock? What does it do? Let’s find out. 

Justice clock is essentially an LED display board. It shows show the daily rate of disposal of cases, the number of pending cases and the individual rank of each of these courts. These clocks are to be installed in each of the 24 High Courts in the...

The Government in reply to a question in the Parliament has shared the details of the vacancies of judges, pending cases as well as proposals in this regard. In a Statement made in the Lok Sabha, the Union Minister stated the following- 

 

"There is no shortage of Judges in the Supreme Court of India. The Supreme Court has reached its full strength of 31 Judges for the first time since 2009. However, as on 01.07.2019 there are 403 vacancies in the High Courts. Initiation of proposal...

Section 126 of the Representation of People Act, 1951 restricts exit poll during elections. Now, when the last round of voting is over, exit polls are screaming from TV screens and will be dominating the newspapers tomorrow. So why is it that the exit polls are banned during the elections? Was is it always the case? Let us examine this unique feature of democracy.

 

The 255th report of the Law Commission sheds light in this regard. It states, “The earliest attempt to regulate...

 

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