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  May 2016
  April 2016

Dear Readers,

The Supreme Court, being the last court of appeal, the final interpreter and the supreme guardian of the Constitution apart from being the foremost upholder of the rule of law, carries on it shoulders the humungous load of not only dispensing justice to all those who known at its door but also to hand down just and rational determination of the questions of law that have farreaching consequences across the lenght and breadth of the world's largest democracy.

It goes without saying that it takes substantial time to give each important question of law the attention it deserves before pronouncing a judgement that might potentially affect over 125 milion people and also the generations to come, which makes it imperative for the apex court to have sufficient time and adequate strenght of judges in order to do justice to the huge responsibility it has been shoudlering admirably for all these years despite the limitations within which it has to operate and despite the workload it has to deal witho on daily basis.

The idea of having a National Court of Appeal for the exclusive purpose of adjudicating the appeals arising from the judgements and awards of the High Courts and the tribunals across the country so as to allow the Supreme Court to concentrate better on settling the crucial and intricate issues of the law and of matters involving the interpretation of the Constitution is indeed quite appealing, and the proposed measure if undertaken with due care might result in solving the long standing problem of pendency at the highest judicial level, but it would be better to leave it to the Apex Court to decide when it is the right time for the implementation of the idea.

Manish Arora        

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