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Judiciary´s hour of reckoning

Notwithstanding the silence imposed by “contempt of court” the procedural and statutory provision in jurisprudence, that corruption and controversies are now endemic to Indian judiciary can no longer be ignored or swept from view. Four recent events in our courts prove that our judicial system is in the throes of multiple crises, giving rise to questions about the competence, character and their commitment to probity in public life of judges in the lower and higher courts including in the Supreme Court. It is therefore imperative to highlight the consequences of the persisting disinclination of the judiciary and any government to deal with the crisis, if only to restore faith in the infallibility of our judiciary; the infallibility of the judiciary is predicated on the exemplary virtue of being Caesar’s Wife – must not only be above suspicion but must be seen to be above suspicion. Four instances which necessitate an open and objective critique of the judiciary –

Census 2011 Religious Data: Inverse growth, diverse impact

Dr. J K Bajaj

The recently released data of religious census is an eye opener for many. While Hindus have first time been enumerated below 80%, Muslims have registered the highest growth rate in the last decade with 24.6%. This trend is consistent from the Independence and many factors are contributing to it. The decadal decline of Hindus is 0.7%, while that of Muslims is 0.8% on the positive side. The Muslim growth rate is consistently higher than the national average. The growth rate is alarmingly higher in specific states namely, Assam, Pashchim Banga, Kerala, etc. These numbers have diverse repercussions on policy matters. Organiser comes with the demographic, socio-economic and political imperatives of this stark reality in Bharat.

Supreme Court Judgement refusing to bring Appointment of Judges under RTI

(2011) 1 Supreme Court Cases 496
(Before B Sudershen Reddy And S.S. Nijjar, J.J)
Civil Appeal No. 10044 of 2010

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The BBC "Saving Syria´s Children" Documentary: Staged Events, Fake Video Footage

Robert Stuart, August 20, 2015
Source: Global Research

(BBC at it again: Fishing in misery to manufacture atrocity literature. Remember Leslie Udwin's BBC sponsored "India's Daughter'?)

Analysis of the 30 September 2013 BBC Panorama documentary ‘Saving Syria’s Children’ and related BBC News reports, contending that sequences filmed by BBC staff and others at Atareb Hospital, Aleppo on 26 August 2013 purporting to show the aftermath of an incendiary bomb attack on a school in Urm Al-Kubra are largely, if not entirely, staged.

Corporate Crime and the Plunder of Planet Earth

Dr. Gary G Kohls, August 19, 2015
Source: Global Research

“Slavery is the legal fiction that a person is property. Corporate personhood is the legal fiction that property is a person.” — Anonymous

How Money Strengthens the Anglo-American System of Imperial Domination

Guillaume Kress, August 21, 2015
Source: Global Research

What characterizes the Anglo-American imperial system is the “abundance of money” coupled with an extensive military and intelligence apparatus.

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