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Politics of Impeachment

Judges of India’s higher judiciary can be removed from office only on the ground of “proved misbehavior” or “incapacity” and through the constitutionally mandated Parliamentary process which requires not only an absolute majority, but also a vote of two-thirds of the elected politicians present and voting in both houses in favour of the notice of … Continue reading

MOTION TO IGNITE JUDICIAL CONSCIENCE

Principles of ‘Causality’ emanating from the universal laws of ‘Cause and Effect’ apply to the unprecedented and looming impeachment motion against the current Chief Justice of India. Classical science believes no event happens by chance. Causality, as defined, is what connects one process (the cause) with another process (the effect), where the first is responsible for the … Continue reading