Moily rules out two drafts of Lokpal bill

Union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily Thursday said that if the logjam between government representatives and civil society members on the anti-graft Lokpal bill continues in the joint drafting panel’s meeting June 20, the union cabinet would be apprised of the differences among members but it would not be presented two drafts. ‘There will be […]

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Plan to settle all pending cases within three years: Moily

The central government has taken initiatives to dispose of all pending cases in various courts across the country within three years, union Law and Justice Minister M. Veerappa Moily said here Saturday.  “The union government, besides taking steps for judicial reforms, is also modernising court administration across the country with the latest information technology,” Moily […]

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India, US can learn from constitutional experience: Moily

The Indian constitution is flexible and vulnerable to Supreme Court action, union Law Minister M. Veerappa Moily said, adding that India and the US can learn from each other’s experiences. He was speaking at a panel discussion on ‘Indian Constitution and the United States Bill of Rights’ here Wednesday. ‘This vulnerability of the (Indian) constitution […]

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Aberrations in judiciary reflection of society: Moily

The few aberrations in an otherwise highly efficient judiciary are only a reflection of society and these have to be removed, Union Minister of Law and Justice M. Veerappa Moily said on Sunday. Speaking at a regional review meeting of the implementation of the 13th finance commission recommendations on improving justice delivery and other matters […]

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