The Independence of Indian Judiciary

  • Regamitha. R and Naveen Kumar.C
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  • Regamitha. R

    Student in India.

  • Naveen Kumar.C

    Student in India.

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India is a democratic country with three wings as executive, legislative and judiciary. The Constitution of India entrusted with checks and balances that each wings have their own supremacy. Indian Judiciary has three tier structure as Supreme Court on the Centre, High court on the states and subordinate courts on the districts. The powers of the court distinctively bestowed on Constitution and the Civil procedure code 1908 and Criminal procedure code 1973. No court bypass the power of the courts. The Supreme Court and the High courts have parallel jurisdiction except for appellate and Special leave jurisdiction. The establishment of Courts, tribunals, committee is to reduce the backload of cases to extend peace and prosperity in the country. The setting up of regional benches of Supreme Court in the west, east and south will bring chaos among the country and the burdening of cases in the highest judiciary will be more. In this research paper, we would like to present certain methods to be followed to reduce the burden of judiciary rather than establishment of regional benches in the Country.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 917 - 926


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