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2. Independent Judiciary

2.1. Meaning

2.1.1. the other organs of the government do not limit the functioning or interfere in the decisions of the judiciary

2.2. Need

2.2.1. In order to ensure Rule of Law*, the judiciary has to be independent of political influence; judges must be able to function without fear or favour.

2.3. Provisions

2.3.1. Appointment

2.3.2. Fixed tenure

2.3.3. Financial independence

2.3.4. Immunity

3. Structure

4. Powers and Functions of Supreme Court

4.1. Guardian of the constitution

4.2. Original Jurisdiction

4.3. Appellate Jurisdiction

4.4. Advisory Jurisdiction

4.5. Writ Jurisdiction

4.6. Judicial review

4.7. Court of Records

5. Appointments

5.1. Chief Justice of India

5.2. Supreme Court Judges

5.3. High Court Judges

5.4. Lower Courts

6. Judicial Activism

6.1. Meaning

6.2. PIL

6.3. Consequences

7. Lok Adalat

8. Definition

8.1. Judiciary - an institution empowered to administer justice - a system of courts that interprets and applies the law in the name of the state. - provides a system for settlement of disputes. - protects people's rights

9. Removals