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Indian Supreme Court trains Sri Lankan Supreme Court officials

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Colombo, May 15 (Daily Mirror) - A delegation comprising 15 officials of the Sri Lankan Supreme Court completed a four-day training programme from May 9 to13 at the Supreme Court of India, a statement from the Indian High Commission said. 

During the programme, the delegates were introduced to the technological and digital transformation of the Supreme Court of India including the e-Courts project, Library, Court processes such as filing, listing, scrutiny, scanning and record keeping. 

The Senior Registrars from the Registry explained to the delegates nuances of the same and demonstrated the systems with enhanced transparency, efficiency and accessibility, the High Commission said.

 This initiative is a testament to the strong bilateral relationship and mutual commitment to judicial excellence and technological innovation between India and Sri Lanka. 

Under the guidance of the Chief Justice of India, Training Cell of the Supreme Court supported this initiative, promoting knowledge sharing and fostering collaboration with International Judicial entities, according to the statement.


  Comments - 11

  • Shera Wednesday, 15 May 2024 01:30 PM

    Great work. Sri Lanka getting trained and the help needed to do better. This is how it should be.

    B P Wednesday, 15 May 2024 01:42 PM

    They should train our A G and his department too.

    Gloria Wednesday, 15 May 2024 02:05 PM

    What does m.wansa say to these trainings? Where is he with multiple passports?

    Harin Patel Fernando Wednesday, 15 May 2024 02:06 PM

    I am so proud my country is now a colony of India. All my dreams have come true.

    Jayampathi Wednesday, 15 May 2024 02:18 PM

    Sri Lanka, a proud and independent country with some of the best legal luminary and a judicial system framed similar to the UK and access to the privy Council at one time, now is going to India for mentoring. Indian legal system is highly bureaucratic, outdated and slow but with some of the best legal minds. There is no issue to have good relations and fostering friendship, but it is important that our officials from any discipline should not get influenced by outside forces. All this is because our swabasha fellows are against the west (even the good practices) and want to turn to China, India and Arab Countries.

    Ram Wednesday, 15 May 2024 04:49 PM

    Judges must hear and determine the cases fast and clear the backlog. This is no easy task but with some sacrifices that can be done. Lawyers must not be allowed to raise frivolous objections. Often frivolous objections raised in the lower courts

    Suresh Wednesday, 15 May 2024 06:34 PM

    *The grass is always greener on the other side*. What Indian Judicials taught is only clerical work which only can be taught by those, as Indians are world famous clerks. Otherwise the Indian judiciary is rotten. It is not accessible by common citizens. Forget about getting the justice in one lifetime. The Indian leaders have influence upon the Indian judiciary. The rules are written in constitution, but the judiciary has their own rules. Disappointment is the only order passed by Indian judiciary after wasting money and decades of time. So it is true with India that *The grass is always greener on the other side*

    shan Wednesday, 15 May 2024 08:21 PM

    India can train Sri Lanka in many areas since we share a lot of similarities and of course Sri Lanka should be smart enough to Sri Lankanize the training to suit Sri Lankan situations. Training from India will be more appropriate than trainings from west.

    Manhindsubranium Thursday, 16 May 2024 05:12 AM

    colony project under way in strategically ,Training = break mosques and churchs and then say - God was living there - Suprema court judges should jail everyone against political leader = outcome of the training

    Jude Thursday, 16 May 2024 09:26 AM

    SL SC judges are hand-picked by President and oftentimes judges give favorable judgment to President yeah just ask Sarath Silva Huh.

    Kps Thursday, 16 May 2024 08:17 PM

    We need a training session for our President


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