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Feb 28, 2015

Why is the Indian judiciary called unified Judiciary ?

Indian Judiciary is an integrated and unified system.

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Aug 30, 2014

write a story around the theme, 'Justice delayed is justice denied'.

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Feb 28, 2015

Why is the supreme court called the Apex court ?

The supreme court called the Apex court because:

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Feb 27, 2015

What is the structure of courts in India ?

The hierarchy of the Indian legal system is as follows:

Civil & Criminal Courts at the taluk and District levels.

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Nov 1, 2014

What are the functions of a Supreme Court?

The functions of the Supreme Court are :
Original Jurisdiction (Article 131)
This refers to the cases that directly originate in the Supreme Court. It has original exclusive jurisdiction in any di...

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Aug 30, 2014

How parliamentary form of government differs from British government

A Parliamentary system is a system of democratic governance of a state in which the executive branch derives its democratic legitimacy from, and is held accountable to, the legislature (...

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Mar 4, 2015

why should justice be impartial?

Justice should be impartial because the justice should be delivered without any bias towards any party no matter how powerful any party is.

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Jan 18, 2015

What are the functions of the high court ?

he Constitution of India has not made any clear and detailed description of the powers and functions of the High Court as it has done in the case of the Supreme Court. The Constitutions says that the Jurisdicti...

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Feb 28, 2015

What is the difference between Original Jurisdiction and Appellate Jurisdiction?

The supreme court in the country has the power to hear cases that come to it fresh, and the ...

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Aug 27, 2014

What are Lok Adalats?

Lok Adalat is a system of alternative dispute resolution developed in India. It roughly means "People's court". India has had a long history of resolving disputes through the mediation of ...

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