I am a first year student of Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi pursuing my graduation in Political Science. I have received my schooling in Delhi Public School, Vijaipur in Madhya Pradesh, India. Currently, I work as a volunteer with many organizations including Burma Centre Delhi (http://burmacentredelhi.org) and New Socialist Initiative ( a left wing student organization working towards transparent governance in University administration, http://nsi-delhi.blogspot.com) besides pursuing my graduation.
Blogging, Political Activism, TED and books.
The judiciary of India has long been criticized for the enormous backlog of cases that currently exist either due to the lack of qualified people or due to the lackluster administration. A single case can be marred by adjournments and shoddy proceedings and can take a horrifyingly lengthy period of time to conclude. It is not as if there is a lack of courts for conducting trial, for the Indian judicial system works on three tiers: The lower (trial) court, the High court and the Supreme court. If the litigant is unsatisfied by the verdict meted out in the trial court, he can appeal in high court and further in supreme court. Even after this, it is estimated that nearly 30 million cases are pending in Indian courts. What if the litigant is restricted to appeal only in high court if he is unsatisfied with the verdict of trial court and the supreme court be reserved for first clearing the backlog and then for 'special' and select cases of paramount national importance?
Politics, State of the nation and the world, Gustavo Santaolalla, Human behavior and personal acts of idiocy.
inspiring and motivating people towards a particular task and keeping my head in tense situations.
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