Now that the parliament is to consider the future of the judiciary, I would like to mention the following examples from three different countries: 1. In UK, appeals can be lodged with the House of Lords, against any decision of the apex courts. 2. In USA, the appointments of the superior judges are approved by the Congress. 3. In India, the Parliament can remove any judge of the apex court, after due hearing. I feel our Parliament can work as a balancing counterweight against judicial adventurism. We must remember that judges are not gods. They can also make mistakes. -KHALID A., London, UK, via e-mail, April 6.