Various Issues Related to Executive Judiciary in India

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                                                1. The sedition law has its roots in colonial India, however, it has continued to date. Are there any valid arguments for continuing it in the 21st century in democratic India? Discuss in light of the debate surrounding it.
                                                2. The electoral Bond scheme is a step that will take away transparency and accountability from electoral funding. Critically analyze.
                                                3. While the judiciary should not remain a silent spectator in case of constitutional rights of citizens being infringed by executive policies, it must avoid assuming the role of the executive. Critically analyze.
                                                4. Throw some light on the problems that creates hurdles in effective functioning of the Gram Nyayalayas.
                                                5. While judicial governance has played an important role in engendering human rights jurisprudence and infusing accountability in the functioning of government institutions, but it often turns into judicial overreach. Comment.
                                                6. The power to punish for contempt of courts is necessary for rule of law and supremacy of law. Critically analyse.
                                                7. ‘Tribunalization’ of justice may lead to ‘Trivialization’ of justice. In this context, discuss the objectives and issues associated with tribunals. Also suggest measures.
                                                8. Throw some light on the need of a National Court of Appeal for reducing the pendency of cases and returning to the Supreme Court’s original role as final appellate court.
                                                9. Highlight the significance of the Gram Nyayalayas in providing inexpensive and speedy justice to people in rural areas. Also discuss the hurdles faced by them.
                                                10. Highlight the significance of online dispute resolution in India and how it differs from traditional court of justice.
                                                11. In a right institutional setup, the judicial decision-making is not affected by post-retirement appointments. Comment.
                                                12. Tribunals have not only failed in achieving their envisaged objectives but also creating multiple challenges in the administration of justice in India. Critically analyze.
                                                13. Discuss the relevance of accountability of Judiciary to the society, while remaining conscious of the constitutional organisation of the government.
                                                14. Throw some light on the importance of alternate dispute resolution (ADR) mechanisms and its types available in India. Suggest measures to further improve it.
                                                15. In the light of inefficiencies of the current judicial system, examine the need for putting in place an All India Judicial Service.
                                                16. Give arguments regarding the issue of bringing judiciary under the ambit of RTI.
                                                17. The problems from which the judiciary is suffering, are being replicated with tribunals too, along with few other added problems. Analyze.
                                                18. Critically analyze the practice of setting up fast-track courts to reduce pendency of cases in the judiciary.
                                                19. The lower judiciary in India is plagued by various challenges which directly impacts its productivity. Discuss and suggest some remedial measures.
                                                20. Fair and speedy trial is as important as conviction of the guilty and acquittal of the innocent. In the light of this statement, discuss the reasons behind the large number of undertrials in India and measures taken to ameliorate the issues faced by them.
                                                21. The NGT is a unique institution with a role going beyond mere adjudication and having a capacity to provide redressal for environmental exigencies. Analyze.
                                                22. Comment on death penalty in India. Give arguments in favour of and against continuing death penalty in present era.
                                                23. The Karnataka High Court recently called upon the Law Commission of India to reconsider the criteria for age of consent. Discuss the need for this reconsideration.
                                                24. In view of the recent critique of the collegium system, comment on the differences between the collegium system and the now-scrapped NJAC system. What is the way ahead for the Indian judiciary?
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