Justice Hub held its 4th Date With Data session last week, hosting Vaidehi Misra and Shreya Tripathy from team JALDI (Justice, Access and Lowering Dela…
The Leap Blog has published a telling article, ‘Litigation in public contracts: some estimates from court data’, which tries to elucidate the volume an…
A Case Study of Delhi High Court
Exactly one year ago, in August 2020, DAKSH India set a milestone in the open data movement. They created a database on judicial data which standardise…
Why only population-scale citizen agency can close the justice gap in India.
The Central Information Commission (CIC) conducted an audit exercise relating to the online disclosure of information by public authorities (PA) throug…
Maharashtra receives some of the highest numbers of RTI applications, as reported by CHRI in 2018. Unfortunately, it is also the leading state when it …
The Central Board of Secondary Education & Anr. vs. Aditya Bandopadhyay and Ors. judgement in 2011, immortalised the common refrain that has been seemi…
A Discussion on the India Justice Report 2020
Justice Hub team conducted its second Date with Data last week with Shreya Tripathy (Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy) and Tarika Jain (University College…
India has been hit hard by the second wave of pandemic affecting the lives of almost all the citizens. How did the first wave affect the law and justic…
We organised our first ‘Date with Data’ last week with Prof. Rangin Tripathy and a very interesting group of researchers, journalists, lawyers and data…