The Mail Today has published today (Oct. 24) an editorial, “Better laws are required” in view of the last week’s historic judgment by the NCDRC in Anuradha Saha death case that has underscoring the urgent need for a change in our laws for quick disposal of cases involving “medical negligence” (see below). The justice system has been totally ineffective in dealing with cases of medical negligence in a timely and unbiased fashion. As the editorial says, even the highest consumer court (NCDRC) has miserably failed to serve the need of the ordinary citizens who have fallen prey to the corrupt and highly influential medicos. We need to stand up against this overtly flawed legal system that provide little hope for the victims of medical negligence. Some other interesting news reported on the Anuradha Saha case judgment last week are also attached below.