Alok Prasanna Kumar returns to Episode 131 of The Pragati Podcast to talk about the dire institutional state of India’s highest court.
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Two years ago, four senior judges of the Supreme Court of India held an unprecedented press conference to tell the public that there was an ongoing crisis in the Supreme Court of India. Since then, one of the four judges even went on to become the Chief Justice of India. How does the Supreme Court of India, both the highest appellate court and the highest constitutional court in the country, fare today?
Alok Prasanna Kumar returns to Episode 131 of The Pragati Podcast helps us understand what has broken down in one of India’s most vital institutions.
The Pragati Podcast is a weekly talk show on public policy, economics and international relations hosted by Pavan Srinath.
Also check out:
- Pragati Podcast #105: The Anti-Defection Law, with Alok Prasanna Kumar.
- Pragati Podcast #27: The Supreme Court in Crisis, with Alok Prasanna Kumar and Harish Narasappa.
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