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Condemnation by parliament didn't violate your rights, SC tells Katju
India Today

Condemnation by parliament didn't violate your rights, SC tell...

An apex court bench headed by Justice TS Thakur appointed senior counsel Fali Nariman as amicus curiae as Justice Katju's counsel Gopal Subramaniam told the court that he could not have been condemned by parliament without being given an opportunity ... India Today, 2 hours ago
Livemint.com

NJAC with judges in majority and AG instead of law min acceptable: Fali S Nariman

Senior advocate Fali S Nariman on Wednesday told the Supreme Court that he would agree for a judge-majority five-member NJAC which has the attorney general as a member instead of the law minister.
 Times of India3 weeks ago 6/23/2015: Nation: Don't allow control over judiciary: Nariman  Hindustan Times1 month ago NJAC Curtails Judicial Freedom, SC told  New Indian Express1 month ago NJAC an anathema to judicial independence, declares Fali Nariman  Times of India1 month ago
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#NJAC: India a mini Europe, Judiciary preserves its diversity, Anil Divan

Senior Advocate Fali Nariman has concluded his arguments in the NJAC case. Nariman is appearing for the lead petitioner in the case, Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association. In his concluding arguments, he conceded that though he is opposed to ...
 Bar & Bench1 month ago Modi govt copied Congress's NJAC: Nariman  Economic Times1 month ago Modi govt copied Cong’s NJAC: Fali Nariman  Economic Times1 month ago Rivals throw Nariman's book at him  Times of India1 month ago

Fali Nariman faces his own criticism of collegium system

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday acknowledged for the first time that the collegium system of judges appointing judges, which Parliament has replaced with National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC), has not worked well. "The (collegium) ...
 Economic Times1 month ago SC: May need to dilute NJAC or reform collegium system  Times of India3 weeks ago Supreme Court lawyers body slams Collegium system  The Hindu1 month ago Collegium system: AG questions quality of judges  Economic Times1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

How to better collegium, Supreme Court asks

New Delhi: In a new development in the NJAC case, the Supreme Court on Tuesday sought suggestions from senior advocates Fali Nariman, Ram Jethmalani, Anil Divan and others as to how the collegium system of judicial appointments can be improved to ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Dave slams bench & manipulative executive as Fali asks: Is NJAC for haves or haves-not?  Legally India1 month ago India's Supreme Court orders better roads, electricity along Bangladesh border  Bdnews24.com2 weeks ago Bail to Guj Riots Accused, Tough Time for Teesta: Dave Slams SC  Siasat Daily1 month ago
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NJAC: Full transparency not realistic, SC agrees with Fali; RamJet calls for openness

The Supreme Court today expressed its misgiving on opening the entire process of appointments to the higher judiciary to public scrutiny, saying that words like transparency and criteria sound good but have their pitfalls. Noting that transparency ...
 Legally India3 weeks ago Too much transparency in judges' …  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Too much transparency in judges' appointment not desirable: SC  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago Too much transparency in judges` appointment not desirable: SC  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago
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Fali says NJAC had no consti basis as Rohatgi lays into Cyriac J some more

Disputing the government position, an association of apex court lawyers on Friday told the Supreme Court that parliament could not have passed the National Judicial Appointment Commission Act in August 2014 as it had no foundation in the ...
 Legally India1 month ago No constitutional basis to enact NJAC, SC told  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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Bar & Bench

SC reluctant to entertain Katju's petition challenging condemnation in Parl.

The Supreme Court today expressed a strong disinclination to entertain retired Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju's petition challenging resolutions passed by the Parliament condemning him. The Parliament had passed resolutions condemning Katju ...
 Bar & Bench5 hours ago Katju has 'freedom' to say 'cow is mother' is 'nonsense' Hindu belief & Netaji Bose is 'japanese agent': Delhi court & SC  Legally India7 hours ago Supreme Court clears Justice Markandey Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  Economic Times8 hours ago SC clears Justice Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  Mangalorean8 hours ago
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Times of India

Nothing wrong in House condemning Katju: SC

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday said that prima facie it feels that there is nothing wrong in Parliament passing resolution against former judge Markandey Katju condemning his statements calling Mahatma Gandhi "a British agent" and Subhash ...
 Times of India8 hours ago Nothing wrong in Parliament condemning Justice Katju: SC  Times of India9 hours ago

Constitution bench to decide illegal Bangladeshi immigrants children status

Assam High Court , bench , Citizenship Act , decide , issues , status New Delhi, July 21 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Tuesday referred to the constitution bench the question whether the children born to illegal Bangladeshi immigrants were Indian ...
 Can India News1 week ago Supreme Court says no to larger bench for NJAC issue  Asian Age2 months ago
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