Rebellion in Supreme Court of India

Mutiny in Supreme Court of India.

12th January 2012 is a historic day when 4 sitting judges of Supreme Court (J. Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, MB Lokur and Kurian Joseph) held a press conference and told the nation that they have differences of opinion with master of rolls i.e. Chief Justice of India Sh. Dipak Misra. Justice Chelameswar, when asked “Should CJI be impeached?” his reply was that let nation decide.

Appointment of Judges

India is the only country in the World where Government has almost no control over appointment of judges. Judges appoint judges. Nepotism is shamelessly rampant. Since these are senior most judges, they have more at stake. They are the appointing authority is a collegium alongwith CJI who appoint judges. All media reports overlook this fact.

Aggrieved judges did not mention about the reasons for approaching the press but have only mentioned vaguely about issues. On enquiry it was replied that it they were concerned about listing of a case relating to death of Justice Loya of Maharashtra High Court.

Ordinarily the disputes among judges should be decided by themselves in Full Court meetings. Why could these judges not raise the issue in Full Court Meeting? What about view of remaining 20 or so judges? Continue reading


Happy New Year 2018

Felicitations for the New Year 2018.

New year celebrations always amaze me. Why and what is actually celeberated. Logically it should be a celebration of successful completion of orbital journey of earth around sun ☀ but nobody looks at it that way. Had it been so, the celebration 🎉 would have been at the dawn or sunset 🌇 not in the middle of the night 🌃.

So what are we celebrating?

My guess is that New Year celebrations are celebrations for hope. Hope for better or more or different whatever that means as it does mean differently to different people.

Human mind, vagabond as it is, is never satisfied. It’s everlasting hunger for change keeps it going from one nothing to next nothing without realising that its journey is in circles and is tethered to thought.

Be it as it may, let your desire for change may come true. May you be able to see the journey in circles so as to be beyond it.

Once again Happy New Year 2018. 🎈

Rule of Law and 6th December 1992

Rule of Law is to dispense justice in court not on road:

In 1950 a suit was filed in court claiming certain right over a property. How long the courts should take to dispense Justice?

What delay should be acceptable if dispute relates to an ‘alleged‘ birthplace of Lord Ram?

Ram is to the majority of population of India what Christ is to Christians or Mohammad to Muslims. Diwali, the main Hindu Festival is celebrated to commemorate the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after epic battle with Ravan.

So how long it takes to decide a civil suit?

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Human Programming is the most denied fact.

Can we now admit that humans are programmed to behave in a certain manner?

Why human programming is the most denied fact in human civilization? Fact of human programming is undeniable in face of immense technological advancement. After all what is Artificial Intelligence? Is programming machines is different from human programming? May be in procedure but the contents or essence of the programming is not very different. Human programming is based on past and starts from the scratch. At the beginning human programming involves no written Code. The written Code is last stage of programming. Formation of opinions by reading is that part. Following written rules or laws is that part of programming. In case of artificial intelligence, foundation of artificial is based on written code created by programmer.

Human Programming and religion:

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