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Tripura sub-divisional judicial magistrate fired

Agartala: The Tripura government dismissed the service of a judicial officer on Tuesday for corrupt practices and misbehaving with commoners as well as practicing lawyers in the court. According to the official order, the Tripura High Court had ... Times of India, 3 days ago

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Times of India

Government wants to know from Supreme Court if primacy of CJI figures in Constitution

NEW DELHI: In a counter-attack of sorts on the collegium system for appointing superior court judges, the government demanded to know from the Supreme Court if the process had any moorings in the Constitution. The system of checks and balances ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Govt wants to know if primacy of CJI figures in Constitution  Economic Times2 weeks ago Government attacks collegium system, wants to know if primacy of CJI figures in Constitution  Economic Times2 weeks ago

NJAC fragile, laden with mischief: Dhavan

NEW DELHI: Constitutional expert Rajeev Dhavan told the Supreme Court on Friday that the recommendations of the proposed National Judicial Appointments Commission NJAC) were merely recommendatory in nature and not binding on the government. A ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

NJAC row: Government going back to Emergency era on the issue, says Ram Jethmalani

NEW DELHI: A Supreme Court bench examining the validity of legislation establishing the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) questioned the government's rejection of the collegium system of appointing judges to superior courts that was ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago 'Senior-most judge will be superseded as CJI only in exceptional cases'  Economic Times3 weeks ago SC to decide whether appointments affect judicial freedom  Economic Times1 month ago Collegium illegal, NJAC will work better: Government  Economic Times2 months ago

'Netas in judges selection pollute judicial process'

NEW DELHI: Senior advocate and former law minister Ram Jethmalani said the government's changes in the selection process for judges, giving politicians a say, would undermine the judiciary's independence. "The whole...amendment is unconstitutional.
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
DNA India

Govt asks SC to direct CJI to take part in NJAC

NEW DELHI: The government on Monday urged the Supreme Court to force Chief Justice of India HL Dattu to take part in the consultative process which will eventually culminate in the constitution of the National Judicial Appointments Commission ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Aadhaar card not mandatory for government schemes: Supreme Court  DNA India2 months ago Aadhaar card not mandatory for govt. schemes: SC  Ani News2 months ago Supreme Court: Aadhaar card not mandatory for govt. schemes  The Freepress Journal2 months ago

Create noise but not nuisance, says SC Judge

Comment · print · T T T+· T- If people start speaking out the rulers are bound to take notice, Judge of Supreme Court Justice Jasti Chelameswar said here on Saturday. Everyone in the system has a responsibility for providing a ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Bar & Bench

Bigger Supreme Court bench to hear NJAC case from April 15

NEW DELHI: A five-judge bench of the Supreme Court will begin hearing a batch of petitions challenging the legality of the National Judicial Appointments Commission on April 15, the speed with it has been notified reflecting the urgency of deciding ...
 Economic Times1 month ago NJAC petitions referred to Constitution Bench; No stay grantedNew  Bar & Bench1 month ago
Milli Gazette

Prof. Shaik Mastan is symbol of language Harmony: AMU Community

Andhra Association honoured Prof. Shaik Mastan Aligarh (24 March 2015): Former chairman of Modern Indian Languages department, Aligarh Muslim University and a senior teacher of Telugu language Prof. Shaik Mastan has been honoured by Andhra ...
 Milli Gazette1 month ago

Arrests over Internet comments ruled unconstitutional in India

NEW DELHI, March 24 (UPI) -- India's controversial Information Technology Act Section 66A that allowed police to arrest people for comments posted on the Internet has been ruled unconstitutional. India's Supreme Court said the law violated people's ...
 UPI1 month ago
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