Constitution Day

PM assures easier, accessible laws to common people

Participating a function organised to mark the Constitution Day at the Supreme Court here on Saturday, Modi said, “The country is strengthening the ideals of the constitution and pro-people policies are empowering the poor and women.''

PM to launch e-court project on Saturday

The project aims at providing better services to litigants, lawyers and the judiciary through ICT-enabled courts. These include virtual justice clock, JustIS mobile App 2.0, digital court and S3WaaS websites.

PM Modi attends Constitution Day celebration in Parliament

The nation joined President Live in reading the Preamble of the Constitution. The President also released the digital version of Constituent Assembly debates, calligraphed copy of the Constitution of India and an updated version of the Constitution of India that includes all amendments till date. He also inaugurated ‘Online Quiz on Constitutional Democracy.

Justice in the time of AI

A proposal is currently under consideration for the introduction of Artificial Intelligence to aid the justice delivery system. A reclassification of crimes for trial of offences under the social welfare code, correctional code, economic and other white collar crimes, criminal code, organised crime and terrorism, also needs to be considered. In the given situation it can be safely summarised that merely raising the strength of the judicial officers may not be enough for quick delivery of justice to the common man as the system calls for changes in judicial as well as criminal code and police procedures.