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Map district courts pendency everyday now with national data grid

Now introducing: charts
Now introducing: charts

Indian district courts’ complete case pendency records are now available online, reported the [http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Portal-giving-info-on-nation-wide-pending-cases-launched/articleshow/49027906.cms Times of India].

Supreme Court justice Madan B Lokur, who heads the SC’s e-committee, on 19 September launched the National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) under which the pendency information is available, though not so regularly for those areas where internet connectivity is poor or where the courts are not computerized.

The NJDG, available [ here] is a part of the SC’s e-courts project and will be updated every day, according to the SC’s [http://supremecourtofindia.nic.in/FileServer/2015-09-19_1442657625.pdf  press note]. The press note added that the NJDG’s data is broken into:

· civil and criminal cases

· age-wise categories of up to two years, between two to five years, between five to 10 years and more than 10 years

· national, state, district and court wise data

· general cases and cases filed by senior citizens and women

Readers can also set personalised alerts on the page for monitoring daily listed cases, and for monitoring cases where the date for next hearing has not been updated for more than three months.

Statistics of all districts, except of those in Delhi and Madhya Pradesh, were available on the website today. Data of Delhi and Madhya Pradesh is being migrated to the national version of the case information software.

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