Article 124(2) of the Indian Constitution deals with the method of appointment of Judges to the Supreme Court. Its form, prior to the failed NJAC Constitutional Amendment Bill of 2014, was as follows: "Every Judge of the Supreme Court shall be appointed by the President by warrant under his hand and seal after consultation with... Continue Reading →
SC Medical Colleges Case: Reasonable Grounds for Fear of Bias?
A lot many articles have been written in the past week or so on the developments in the Supreme Court of India with regard to the petition by CJAR seeking the constitution of an SIT to monitor an investigation into a medical college scam. Two excellent articles that must be read in this regard are... Continue Reading →