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Context: Delivering lecture on ‘Indian Judiciary-Future Challenges’ Chief Justice of India said there is a growing tendency to disregard and even disrespect the Court orders by the executive which is supposed to assist and co-operate for the rule of law to prevail in the nation.
Liberate public prosecutors
Attacks on judges
Constitutional backing to Judicial review
Supreme court cases
Kesavananda Bharti V. State of Kerala
Minerva Mills V. Union of India
I.R. Coelho V. State of Tamil Nadu
Importance of judicial review
Scope of judicial review
Judicial review isn’t absolute as some conditions need to be met to challenge any law in the supreme court or the high courts, i.e., a law can be challenged only if:
Not applicability of judicial review
By: Shubham Tiwari ProfileResourcesReport error
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