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Judging the judiciary

Overview

India’s independent judiciary is often held up as an example unmatched by the majority of emerging countries including those with higher incomes. But judicial independence in India has revealed its perverse side: a low commitment to public service reflected in abysmal levels of efficiency. The judiciary is a drag on, rather than a pillar of, the rapidly growing economy. This state of affairs is tolerated by the public only because it holds other branches of government in even lower...

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