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Dempo SC is a big match for us and we can only get better and improve from here, said Jamil Dempo SC have made numerous changes to their squad over the summer The foreign quartet of defenders Simon Colosimo and Shinnosuke Hondastriker Billy Mehmet – who are new arrivals – and playmaker Roberto Mendes da Silva Beto who rejoins the clubwill form the nucleus of the team Dempo have also added India internationalsstriker Jeje Lalpekhlua and midfielder Jewel Raja Shaikh to their squad while former Mumbai FC forward Gabriel Fernandes will be up against his old team for the first time Mumbai FC has never won a game against Dempo SC in twelve encounters so far in all competitions and Coach Jamil is hopeful of a change in scenario at the Balewadi stadium In the previous seasonboth encounters among the two teams ended in draws For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe Rio Olympics came to an end on 21 August with the usual suspects Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt walking into the sunset with their legacies enriched further We saw a star in the form of Katie Ledecky swimming to the forefront of an American Olympic team that will now look to her as their inspiration Mo Farah completed his ‘double double’ despite the best attempts of his competitors to stop the British long-distance runner (Tripping.really) All in all the Olympics turned out to be pretty underwhelming to say the least Not a classic yet definitely not the failure it was touted to be either Amidst the bizarre stories that the Rio Olympics were witness to we can safely confirm that Ryan Lochte is back in the USA. robbery or not The Mongolian coaches who stripped in front of the world have now been reunited with their clothes And Japan’s commercial for the Tokyo 2020 Games may have unintentionally looked better than the Rio Games itself (Not that it was a hard goal to achieve) So now that the Olympics are finally over care to take a ‘quiz’ and figure out how closely you paid attention to the not-so extravagant extravaganza Winner gets a Speedo from Ryan Lochte Wish we couldvouch for the condition you might get it in though Written by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: August 7 2009 3:36 am Related News The recent episode over the Judges (Declaration of Assets & Liabilities) Bill is a reminder of just how difficult genuine judicial reform is going to be In some waysthe issue of declaring assets is the simplest item on judicial reform Judges legitimate concerns that their disclosures not be used as a tool of harassment can be easily handled without having to exempt them from public disclosure But the judiciarys response to the issue has two fundamental mistakes The first rule of any sound jurisprudence is that no one should be a judge in their own cause The judiciary insists that only it can superintend itself The second related mistake is to convert the claim of judicial independence into exemption from accountability If Veerappa Moily is serious about judicial reformaccountability in so many different forms will be a central concern The attitude of some sections of the judiciary to the asset bill is a warning about how independence will be used as a shield against accountability And the delicious irony in the fact that politicians were teaching constitutional lessons to the judiciary in the parliamentary debate is a sign of how resistant they are perceived to be to serious reform In any reform storyentrenched actors within a sector are the hardest to move towards reform Unfortunatelythe judiciary is proving to be no exception There are a number of indicators of this We are all grateful to the courts for some splendid defences of our liberty and for holding government accountable But if you scratch under the surfaceit becomes apparent that there is a selection bias driving our perception of the judiciary To just take one exampleinstitutions like the Delhi high court have been at the forefront of rights and governance issuessometimes excessively so But if you look at the country as a wholebarring a couple of jurisdictionsthe so-called rights revolution in our courts has not taken place There is enormous variability in how courts are responding In shorteven the courts achievements are much more contingent and fragile than we suppose and seem to be driven largely by wonderful individual judges rather than systemic factors The mere fact that millions of plaintiffs are now suffering what is called the punishment of due process is an enormous blot on the credibility of the justice system And there is growing evidence that many seeking justice are dropping out of the formal system all together The factors behind this are complicated But one of the most disquieting aspects is that many of the delays are a result of procedures and conventions directly under the control of judges Individual judges are enormously hard working But there is no rational basis for the way adjournments are grantedbenches shifted and assignedand the utter lack of control over lawyers One of the big mysteries in political economy is why judgeswith all their protection and securitydo not intellectuallylegally and procedurally take greater charge of their own courts Even at the highest levels of the judiciarythe deference to lawyers is amazing The test of the judiciarys willingness to reform will be first and foremost a serious and committed internal conversation about all the million small things it can do that are within its power The lack of this open conversation suggests how muted the constituency for reform is The judiciarys position on appointmentsespecially to the Supreme Courtis constitutionally untenable It isnot to put too fine a point on itone of the most non-transparent processes in the worldnot open to any form of scrutiny There is no principled basis for the judiciary to sanction reservations for everyone elsebut exempt itself from its ambit In public perception the judicial response to charges of corruption is extremely tepidmostly amounting to treating Sikkim and Assam as a backwater posting Even in areas where the judiciary took on major governance roleslike the environmentthe net results are mixed The common thread running through all this is that independence has become a fig leaf to shield accountability The concern for judicial independence is not a sufficient argument to shut out other branches of government from participating in creating better systems of accountability Indeedthe judiciarys claim to independence and its credibility will be enhanced if it is more transparent Moily has an ambitious agenda for reform: timely disposal of casesimproving the quality of appointmentsintroducing a modicum of judicial accountabilityinitiating procedural innovations But none of this is going to be possible without active cooperation and dialogue with the judiciary The disquieting lesson of the Judges Bill is that it is a demonstration of just how difficult and adversarial this dialogue is going to be And then you can throw into the mix the legal profession which has an odd relationship to the system Broadlythere are three groups There is the growing group that does mostly backroom professional legal worklike contractsetc But in the frontline profession there are two groups The upper echelons are great beneficiaries of both judicial deference and a lack of culture of accountability Many of them are brilliant and upright But the systemic culture of the profession needs a hard look Forget more complicated ideas of conflict of interestand what it means to be an officer of the court There are a distressingly large number of instances where top lawyerseven after having taken advanceswill not show up for hearing after hearingand there is simply no redress The top echelon has the ability to dominate an intellectually insecure judiciary and benefit from great under-professionalisation Then there is a large mass of struggling lawyers at different levels: immensely resentful of the privileges of the few in the profession and convinced that justice is not about the law but manipulating existing protocols and conventions They have also consistently blocked legal and judicial reform The executive also has more than its fair share of blame But the importance of the Judges Bill was not simply that it would have brought judges under principles they themselves have enacted It was that this was a test case for the possibility of a dialogue between the judiciary and other branches of government If the debate on this is so entrenched on the simplest issuethink of what might happen on more complex issues like the Judicial Accountability Bill or the appointments of judges or the reform of the Bar Now the rule of law is running into the political economy of the judiciary The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 17 2017 6:27 pm 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2017 Manila’s foreign ministry said it had suspended trade relations with North Korea to comply with UN Security Council resolutions over the North’s repeated missile tests. The release of “Paayum Puli” is being stalled because its producers Vendhar Movies, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 6,s the reason the Congress has now earned the sobriquet of being a ? Instead of one time slot each Tuesday and Wednesday during the group stage,” he said.

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