Removal of Judges

Removal of Judges in India The Act covering the removal of a Supreme Court or High Court is governed by Articles 124 (4) and (5) and 217 (1) (b) and 218 of the Constitution on the ground of proven misbehaviour or incapacity. But at the same time the Constitution of India has not given a […]

Subordinate Courts

Subordinate Courts in India The subordinate courts, at the level of districts and lower, have almost similar structure all over the country. They deal with civil and criminal cases in accordance with their respective jurisdictions and administer the Code of Civil Procedure and the Code of […]


Courts of India the Courts of India comprise the Supreme Court of India, High Courts, District Court, Sessions Courts and several other courts. The Indian law system is discussed in details in Part V, Chapter IV of the Indian Constitution. The Supreme Court of India is the highest authority […]

District Court

District Court in India Definition of District Court In India and other countries, in general, a concept of District Court may refers as follows: Lowest court in the Irish judicial system, with power to award damages up to Û6,350 in civil cases (additional information on the topic may be […]

Bombay High Court

Bombay High Court in India One of the oldest High Courts in the country is the Bombay High Court. Its contract was issued on June 26, 1862 and was inaugurated in the same year on August 14. Apart from the Bombay Bench, it also has benches at Panaji, Nagpur and Aurangabad. It can also hear the […]

Contempt of Court

Contempt of Court in India A sensitive and controversial issue is that of the power of the courts to punish for their contempt. Articles 129 and 215 of the Constitution provide for the Supreme Court and the High Courts being courts of record and having all the powers of such courts including […]

High Court

High Court in India Definition of High Court In India and other countries, in general, a concept of High Court may refers as follows: Court above the Circuit Court with full jurisdiction to decide all matters of law and fact (additional information on the topic may be found in this Indian […]

Legal System

Legal System in India The Indian law system includes legal practices and institutions of India. Indian law draws on a number of sources, beginning with the customs of the ancient Vedas and later accretions of Hindu law, which largely concern social matters such as marriage and succession. […]


Judiciary in India Dr. Rakesh Kumar Shrivastava, in his Guide to India’s Legal Research and Legal System, explains the following: The State Judiciary consists of a high court for each state and subordinate courts in each district. Each high court consists of a chief justice and a number of […]

Judge P D Kode

Judge P D Kode or Pramod Dattatrey Kode in India Pramod Dattatrey Kode, better known as P D Kode is the assigned judge of TADA (Terrorist And Disruptive Activities Pervention Act )court that dealt 1993 Bombay Blasts case.No other criminal case in India’s history ran as long as this case. […]