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R.H. Tahiliani

Don't Choke Off Dissenting Voices

Apr 21, 2010 R.H. Tahiliani

Eminent persons condemn the voices emanating from Chhatisgarh Police to book Arundhati Roy for her article, Walking With The Comrades

Dear Judges...

Feb 13, 2009 Others

An open letter to all judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts calling upon them to set an example for public servants by voluntarily making public their asset declaration.


'Beyond The Pale Of The Rule Of Law'

The Supreme Court should order arrest of those shown confessing to having committed crimes and suspend the serving government officials pending investigation, constitute and monitor a Special Investigative Team, and move on the stayed cases.

'We Are Equally Guilty..'

Sep 19, 2007 Others

'...of supporting the Freedom of Press which the Court has punished,' say 18 eminent personalities, protesting the Delhi High Court holding the editors, publisher and cartoonist of Mid Day guilty of contempt of Court.


Reclaiming The Judicial System

The judiciary has long been regarded as a holy cow. It is high time that the actions and judgments of judges were scrutinised from the point of view of class and communal bias, arrogance, corruption and non-adherence to Constitutional principles

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