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Unprecedented turmoil in Supreme Court
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Unprecedented turmoil in Supreme Court

Sir, The recent protest and the press conference by the four Judges of the Collegium against the roster system and allegation of assigning important cases of national importance to Junior Judges has stunned the nation. I am no legal expert. However, I believe it is the prerogative of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court…

Four dissenting SC Judges not on CJI’s New Constitution Bench
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Four dissenting SC Judges not on CJI’s New Constitution Bench

New Delhi: The four Supreme Court Judges, who publicly took on the Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra, have been kept out of a Constitution Bench that will decide on many important cases, despite the country’s top lawyer claiming that the unprecedented rift between Judges had been “settled” during an informal meeting on Monday…

Irreparable damage done to Judiciary: Justice Hegde
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Irreparable damage done to Judiciary: Justice Hegde

Bengaluru: Expressing deep anguish over four Supreme Court Judges going public on issues related to the Apex Court, former Supreme Court Judge and former Karnataka Lokayukta Justice N. Santosh Hegde yesterday said that he was “devastated” by their action which has caused “irreparable” damage to the institution. “As a retired Judge of the Supreme Court,…

Rebellion in Supreme Court: Four Senior Judges address the media
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Rebellion in Supreme Court: Four Senior Judges address the media

New Delhi: In a first in India, four senior Judges of the Supreme Court (SC) have gone public against the Chief Justice of India (CJI), telling the media that the administration of the top Court “has not been in order.” In the unprecedented press conference held at his    residence in New Delhi, Justice J. Chelameswar,…

Cauvery verdict within a month: Supreme Court
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Cauvery verdict within a month: Supreme Court

New: The Supreme Court yesterday indicated that it would deliver within a month its verdict on the decades- old Cauvery Water Dispute between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, saying enough confusion has been created on it for over two decades. A Bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and D.Y. Chandrachud said that…

National Anthem not mandatory in cinemas: Supreme Court
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National Anthem not mandatory in cinemas: Supreme Court

New Delhi: The Supreme Court this morning modified an order that made it mandatory to play the National Anthem in cinemas, saying the playing of the Anthem must be left to the discretion of the cinema owners. However, patrons have to mandatorily show respect in case the cinema does play the Anthem, the SC added….

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