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Supreme Court website gets messy, Lawyers Complain

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7 July 2014 2:17 PM GMT
Supreme Court website gets messy, Lawyers Complain
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As part of the ongoing reforms, Supreme Court tried to improve its website, with a new look and design during the long court holidays, but the new website has come out too messy to handle. The earlier  website, though esthetically poor, was at least helpful in navigating the litigants and lawyers to their cases. The new site is a complete failure and Lawyers and litigants have started complaining to the Supreme Registry about the difficulties they are facing.  The new website, is very poor  in look, feel  and search options.  Given the new content search, based on PDF and poor placement of buttons and sub headings, lawyers are not able to search the listing of their cases or orders. It is unfortunate that the Supreme Court is way behind in many High Courts and Tribunals in maintaining a good and esthetically superior website. “New Website is not user-friendly especially one is in dark about advance Cause list” said Advocate Amit Kumar

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