The Silent Dialogue – A Comparative Characterisation of the Agricultural Laws’ Adjudication in India

In this piece, the author attempts to examine the plenary jurisdiction of the Supreme Court by examining if the interim Order passed by the Supreme Court in the course of forming a committee in the course of the Farm Laws matter can be characterised as a ‘weak dialogic remedy’ in the process of judicial activism. She does this by instantiating a comparison of the dialogic remedies handed down in Canada, South Africa and Argentina with that in India.

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Reforming the Roster: Looking Beyond the Borders

In this article, the authors critique the present Roster System at the Supreme Court of India, and question the authority vested in the role of the Chief Justice of India as the ‘Master of the Roster’ in the course of judicial appointments. Comparative analysis is made with appointment systems around the world, with suggestions towards reform being provided for the betterment of justice delivery in India.

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