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CJI has no primacy in judicial postings: Govt

12:19 am New Delhi: The NDA government on Tuesday questioned the primacy of chief justice of India and the judiciary in appointments to the high judiciary but the Supreme Court said that having accepted the collegiums system in 1998, how the ... The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
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Judges' spat echo in SC

New Delhi, May 7: A strand of the recent public disagreement between the Chief Justice of India and a fellow Supreme Court judge over a judges' conference being scheduled on Good Friday resurfaced today before the bench hearing the constitutionality ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago ‘NJAC in present form will not protect judiciary’  Asian Age2 weeks ago NJAC will fix criteria to become High Court, Supreme Court judge  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Quantity of judgments to be elevation criteria  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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Angry UPA govt brought NJAC Bill in its present form

The National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill in its present form was brought by the previous UPA government as it was angry with the court for quashing Section 8(4) of the Representation of the People Act providing immunity to convicted MPs ...
 Asian Age1 week ago ‘Angry UPA govt brought NJAC Bill in its present form’  Asian Age1 week ago

‘Collegium would make BR squirm’

If one of the founding fathers of the Indian Constitution, Dr B.R. Ambedkar, were alive today, he would be squirming over the manner in which Article 124 (relating to judicial appointments) of the Constitution had been interpreted by the Supreme Court that ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Collegium system can't be revived

New Delhi : T he Narendra Modi government on Monday made it clear in the Supreme Court that the collegium system of appointing judges will not be revived even if the National Judicial Appointments Commission law is struck down as unconstitutional. ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago ‘Collegium system won’t be revived’  Asian Age2 weeks ago

List in judges' case

New Delhi, June 10: The Centre today placed in the Supreme Court a list of six high court judges appointed by an erstwhile collegium in spite of adverse reports and taunted the judiciary for failing to act against a judge who had threatened to ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago City ex-judge figures in NJAC debate  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Buoyed JMRC officials set sights on Phase I B

JAIPUR: The Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation's entire focus has now shifted to the construction of Metro Phase I (B) in the Walled City area. In this regard, a review meeting was organised on Monday to resolve the issues that are obstructing the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

House not bound to give reasons: A-G Mukul Rohatgi

New Delhi : Parliament's wisdom in choosing one model of judicial appointments over another model is not open to judicial review, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi asserted in the Supreme Court on Monday. Resuming his arguments before a five-judge ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago ‘Court can’t question Parliament’s wisdom’  Asian Age3 weeks ago
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AAP-Centre battle goes to courts today

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. (Photo: PTI/File) The AAP government on Thursday moved the Delhi high court challenging the Union home ministry’s May 21 notification that lieutenant-governor Najeeb Jung has discretionary powers for appointments and ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Power tussle in Delhi: AAP-Centre battle goes to courts today  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Supreme Court says no to larger bench for NJAC issue

The Centre on Tuesday suffered a setback with the Supreme Court refusing to decide as a preliminary issue of referring a batch of petitions challenging the National Judicial Appointments Commission laws to a larger bench of nine or 11 judges. A five-judge ...
 Asian Age1 month ago SC tells gov to finish pro-NJAC arguments in June holidays, declines larger bench  Legally India1 month ago
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