Unwittingly, this edition of Ensouth focuses on the vexed questions confronting our judicial system. There are many such issues but we explore the three that ‘burn’ the brightest.
First in , we ask if the judiciary is competent to deal with issues around spirituality and religion.
Next in , given laws delays, we ask if the judiciary should have reinvented itself as an all-purpose solution provider and dealt with dubious issues such as Jallikattu, anthem-standing and santa-banta joke telling.
Finally, in , we confront the reality of a former Chief Minister’s ‘suicide note’ and ask if India has an mechanism to deal with allegations of corruption at the highest levels of India’s judiciary.
Ranjeev C Dubey