Posts by Justice Markandey Katju:

Why odd-even scheme is just Kejriwal’s latest headline-grabbing stunt

January 8, 2016   in Criticles |9 comments

The bubble will burst sooner or later.

An ode to Ghalib on his birth anniversary

December 28, 2015   in Life |one comment

The beauty of Ghalib’s poetry is that it is often universal in time and place

The Indian media’s got its priorities wrong and needs to introspect if it wants to be respected

December 22, 2015   in Criticles |8 comments

The common man doesn’t care for most of what it covers.

We must reunite: Why Pakistan, India and Bangladesh should be one country

December 8, 2015   in Criticles |31 comments

We are one people and we can move forward on the path of progress together.

Send a stern warning to Jayalalithaa: Justice Katju writes to the President on the arrest of Kovan

November 10, 2015   in Criticles |2 comments

Tamil singer Kovan’s arrest is a despotic act that should be nipped in the bud, says the former Supreme Court judge.

Markandey Katju writes to TOI, says the paper misreported on his petition before the Supreme Court

August 4, 2015   in Criticles |2 comments

‘Judges often think aloud, but that does not mean that the views they express are necessarily their final opinion.’

Contrary Claims

August 11, 2014   in Criticles |5 comments

Justice Kapadia had once almost succeeded in getting a corrupt and unfit judge to the SC.

No More Fairytales

January 17, 2013   in Life |21 comments

Katju’s final response to Noopur Tiwari’s response to his response to her response to his comments on the Delhi rape.

Little Red Riding Hood

January 10, 2013   in Life |28 comments

Justice Katju responds to Noopur Tiwari's reply to his blog on the reaction of women protestors to the Delhi rape.

Upsetting The Balance

June 22, 2012   in Governance |one comment

The recent Pakistan Supreme Court order declaring Gilani is not the PM flouts all canons of constitutional jurisprudence.