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” he says. and a force that requires them to tackle the protesters forcefully, HCL Technologies,HDFC Bank Lupin Mahindra and Mahindra Mothersome Sumi Systems Sun Pharma TCS Tata Motors Tech Mahindra and Titan HDFC Bank India’s second-largest private sector bank has made the list eight times more than any other company since Forbes started the compilation in 2005 TCS makes it to the list for the seventh time while Tech Mahindra the country’s fifth-largest IT player debuts on the list after net profits soared 112 per cent totouch USD 500 million Indian conglomerate ITC failed to make it to the list this year Forbes said TCS India’s largest IT company boasts a market cap of USD 7125 billion bigger than the country’s next 3 IT outfits combined “Long dependent on the US market (TCS) may soon generate more than half its revenue outside the US” the publication said South Korea has six companies on the list followed by Hong Kong with three and two each from Japan Australia Malaysia Singapore and Thailand Technology companies dominated the list with nine representatives The consumer durables industry has the second most members with seven companies including four motor vehicle giants from China and India as the rise of Asia’s middle class continues to drive demand Three oil and gas companies make itinto the rank up from only one firm from last year The list is chosen from a pool of 1300 companies in the region that have at least USD three billion in market cap or annual revenue Forbes took into account performance measures and outlook and did not include companies that carried a lot of debt or were more than 50 per cent state-owned For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: September 11 2014 3:21 pm Related News Holding that juveniles in conflict with law require considerate and sophisticated handling by investigating agencies and judiciary a Delhi court has granted bail to a minor who was facing charge of attempt to murder of an eight-year-old Terming the interest of juvenile as paramount Additional Sessions Judge Sanjeev Jain said that it is not a case of organised crime but an isolated incident and parents are the best persons to look after counselling and treatment of the juvenile The bail application of the 16-year-old accused in the case was kept pending by the Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) till the completion of Social Investigation Report (SIR) “Juveniles require considerate sophisticated and careful handling not only by investigating agency but also by the Juvenile Justice Board and courts” It termed the order of JJB as “cryptic order on a cyclostyle performa” while adding that refusal of bail will be contrary to the welfare of the JCL According to the prosecution the 16-year-old juvenile had entered a neighbouring house and attacked an eight-year- old with a knife on August 28 The victim was taken to hospital and survived An FIR was registered under Malviya Nagar police station and the juvenile was apprehended and sent to protective custody The court said that it is not a case of organised crime or drug abuse but the alleged act has been committed in isolation “Release of JCL (juveniles in conflict with law) is not likely to bring him in association with any known criminal or expose him to any moral physical or psychological danger” the court said while granting him a bail The court observed that parents are the best persons to look after the interest and welfare of their child in allrespects including the need of counselling treatment or moral support “I believe that the JCL in question requires monitoring and support from his parents/family members teachers and the counselling from the experts which may be provided to him by his parents and his family members” the judge said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: November 14 2017 12:39 am The judiciary has created a crisis of institutional credibility for itself (File photo) Top News The Supreme Court of India is facing its worst crisis of credibility since the Emergency With an occasional exception the quality of the court’s reasoning the inconstancy of its judgment the abdication of its constitutional role in some cases and its overreach in others are already denting its authority But the institutional crisis that the Supreme Court has now created for itself will puncture more holes in the authority that it so valiantly tried to exert It will also create the conditions under which it will be easier to legitimise diluting judicial independence The current crisis was occasioned by an order passed by Justice J Chelameswar to constitute a five-judge bench in a petition filed by CJAR that demanded that a SIT be constituted to look into an alleged corruption scandal pertaining to a case involving a medical college There are two issues: Can the chief justice be part of the hearing since the scandal allegedly implicates a judgment the CJI wrote even though he has not been named in the FIR Second could a constitution bench be constituted bypassing the chief justice in violation of the current procedure through which such benches are constituted This is not the place to recount the ugly sequence of events that transpired But consider the different ways in which the judiciary has now rendered itself vulnerable First there is the vulnerability that arises from the CBI itself There are issues of corruption in the courts The judiciary has failed to find a mechanism to deal with allegations of corruption within its ranks Every justice in the court needs to be above suspicion But a lot of care needs to be exercised so that the anti-corruption measures taken do not undermine the independence of the judiciary This is not a very popular thing to say but we should also consider the possibility that the threat of being investigated by the CBI or speculative naming (or suggestion in a CBI report) can itself also be an instrument of seeking recusals or undermining the independence of judges as is sometimes done with other government officials This subtle institutional challenge to the judiciary is not outside of the realm of possibility More than the conduct of Justices Misra and Chelameswar the judiciary will have to think of how it will deal with instances where the Chief Justice of India or other justices becomes hostage to possible CBI innuendo The challenge of fighting corruption in the judiciary will be this: How do you do this in a way that does not make the judiciary vulnerable to implicit blackmail and leads to undermining its independence But a clamour for reforms that undermine independence in the name of accountability will be a natural consequence of the current chain of events It is precisely because such a danger looms that the judiciary’s conduct needs to be above board And here the judiciary has made itself doubly vulnerable A court carves out its authority by the compelling character of its reasoning on behalf of constitutional values We have had a succession of chief justices who have failed to exercise intellectual leadership and the present chief justice is no exception It is not difficult to understand the chief justice’s consternation He has not been named in an FIR and the prospect of a CJI’s integrity being questioned on the basis of an unaccountable CBI is not a prospect we should relish He was also institutionally humiliated by one of his brother justices who disregarded existing court procedure and appointed a constitutional bench But notwithstanding this this is clearly a chief justice who seemed not to understand the concept of conflict of interest He let his consternation on a procedural matter get the better of his judgment in a cringingly unbecoming way He also gave the impression of not giving counsel a proper hearing In the way he has constituted benches he has also shown deep distrust in the capabilities of his senior colleagues By setting himself up as a judge in his own cause and setting up a bench whose composition looks arbitrary he has undermined the authority of the judiciary But Justice Chelameswar’s order setting up a five-judge bench also made the judiciary vulnerable Surely there were better ways of securing the recusal of the chief justice and setting up a bench in a way that did not depart from existing court procedure or humiliate the chief justice The danger is that the pursuit of justice and the need to project virtue often results in a grandstanding in its own right Rather than build a robust judicial consensus judges project their own individual heroism Between a chief justice who does not recognise conflict of interest and justices who think the only recourse is public grandstanding the judiciary will not be able to survive Many learned counsel have defended Justice Chelameswar’s move by invoking Article 142 that gives judges the power to do whatever it takes to secure justice But the use of Article 142 has also become a sign of immense judicial indiscipline where judges can easily ride roughshod over other procedural proprieties Taken together both the chief justice’s and the judge’s conduct highlights one obvious fact: There is no Supreme Court left any more In expanding its powers the Supreme Court first replaced the rule of law with the rule of the court (they are not the same thing); now the rule of court has been replaced with the anarchic will of individual judges The Supreme Court has effectively ended an institution There is no real command structure left On procedural matters whether it is protocols for appointing judges or handling conflicts of interest the court is all over the place Communication between judges seems to have broken down to the point where the senior leadership of the court is incapable of getting together and coming up with common sense procedural solutions to cases like this The distrust amongst judges as evident in the ways benches are being constituted seems extraordinarily high And the sense of injured virtue amongst individual judges seems to be trumping any consideration of the reputation of the judiciary as a whole There are lots of legal nuances to the case at hand But the court’s loss of external credibility combined with internal anarchy does not bode well for Indian democracy Instead of becoming a constitutional lodestar in our turbulent times the court has itself become a reflection of the worst rot afflicting Indian institutions The writer is vice-chancellor Ashoka University Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News Besides, Meizu MX6 sports a 12MP Sony image sensor with pixel size of 1. the Khushtar Ramayana, GN Fervour, participated in the race. especially the drives. the fragility of the situation hardly deterred the right-hander’s natural approach with the bat.
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