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Mohan Katarki

Mohan Katarki practises in the Supreme Court of India. Mr Katarki served as a Member of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore (2005-2008). At present, he is a member of the Advisory Board, Karnataka State Law University Students Law Review and the Board of Management and Planning, Karnataka State Law University. Mr Katarki developed a specialised practice in Inter-State Water Law concerning sharing or allocation of waters between the States in the Inter-State river and river valley. Mr Katarki has also presented papers at various national and international conferences and seminars including; Regional Conference on Water Resources at Teslic, Bosnia & Hercegovina (2001); International Water Law Conference at Colorado Law School, Boulder, U.S.A (2002); and Inter-State & International Water Disputes Seminar conducted by WB National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata (2013). Additionally, he has published articles and papers in various news papers, journals and books.



A liberal court

The September judgments of the Supreme Court of India under the judicial stewardship of the 45th Chief Justice Dipak Misra have made the popular media to say that the Supreme Court has emerged as a ‘liberal court’. The tag isn’t incorrect.

October 3,2018

Independence of judiciary

Avoiding executive overreach

The role of Parliament has been limited or confined only to the decision on the question of punitive action: namely removal of a judge based on the proven misconduct.

June 11,2018

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