Neither the Central Government nor the State Governments/Union Territories have come forward with a scheme for its implementation and for the benefit of the various sections of the society, said NHRC in its order.
Age is never a bar for learning. Though he has never been conversant with technology, he has started learning its use which has now become inevitable,” sharing his own experience Justice Krishna Murari of the Supreme Court of India, said on the occasion.
Chief Justice of India, D.Y. Chandrachud, said that institutional support must be given for the presence of more women lawyers in the country and also state of Tamil Nadu.
The bench asked the police to ensure that the latest technology in metal detection and baggage scanning, etc. is employed. No baggage shall be permitted inside the court premises without scanning.
Jai Ram Thakur stated that the court cases with regard to JOA (IT), JBT etc must be expedited as this would benefit thousands of youth.
The decision to commute the life sentence of the accused in the Jessica Lal case highlights the need for urgent reforms in the criminal justice system, says G L VERMA.
The Samajwadi leader had made several attempts to get anticipatory bail but the same was denied by the court.
Meanwhile, the Bar Council of India on Wednesday announced that it will withdraw its strike and resume work from Thursday.
The Supreme Court was hearing the petition which said that while a public servant cannot practise as an advocate, lawmakers are practising in various courts which was a violation of Article 14 of the Constitution.