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Organs of governance must not encroach on each other's domain: CJI R M Lodha
Times of India

CJI wants mutual respect among state bodies

Emphasising the constitutional principle of separation of powers, Chief Justice of India R M Lodha asked for mutual respect among the judiciary, Parliament and the executive, which would allow each organ to work independently and smoothly in its own sphere. Deccan Herald, 4 days ago
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Lawyer duo moves SC over new legislation

A day after Chief Justice of India R M Lodha emphasised the need for separation of powers in the State, two advocates approached the Supreme Court, questioning the legal validity of the National Judicial Appointments Commission Bill, which was passed by ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago Judge's command performance  Millennium Post1 week ago Lawyers create commotion outside Chief Justice court, shouts at SCBA President Parkeh for omissionNew  Bar & Bench6 days ago CJI Lodha slams 'campaign' to malign judge selection system  Domain-B1 week ago
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Times of India

Supreme Court gets three new judges

Chief Justice of India R M Lodha on Monday administered oath to senior advocate R F Nariman and Justices Adarsh Goel and Arun Misra as judges of the Supreme Court in the packed CJI’s court room.
 Times of India1 month ago SC judges to be sworn in today  The Telegraph1 week ago Govt asks Chief Justice of India, High Courts to fill up vacancies  DNA India1 week ago Four new judges assume charge in Supreme Court  Indolink6 days ago
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PardaPhash

Four new Supreme Court Judges take over

(UNI) Four Justices, including a woman, today took over as the new Supreme Court judges. Chief Justice RM Lodha administered the oath of office to Justices Abhey Manohar Sapre, R Banumathi, Prafulla Chandra Pant and Uday Umaesh Lalit. Justice ...
 Indlawnews6 days ago Four new members inducted into Supreme Court judges' panel  PardaPhash1 week ago Apex court gets four new judges  Prokerala1 week ago Constitution, not CJI, is our source of courage: Justice Kurian Joseph  The Hindu1 week ago
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NDTV

CJI seeks report from MP HC CJ in female judge sexual harassment case

(UNI) Chief Justice of India Justice R M Lodha has requested Madhya Pradesh High Court Chief Justice to investigate the allegations made by Gwalior female judge against the administrative judge of Gwalior bench for MP High Court. The female ...
 Indlawnews1 week ago Investigate Sexual Harassment Charge Against Judge, Says Chief Justice Of India  NDTV1 week ago Chief Justice of India Steps in After Madhya Pradesh Judge Quits Alleging Sexual Harassment  NDTV2 weeks ago Chief Justice Of India To Investigate Complaint Of Sexual Harassment Against High Court Judge  International Business Times2 weeks ago

Requiem For Collegium

Is It Justice? CJI Lodha’s plea was in vain" class="lead_image" src="http://images.outlookindia.com/images/articles/outlookindia/2014/8/25/cji_lodha_367_20140825.jpg" /> But will the JAC pass muster with the states?
 Outlook4 days ago

Don't defame judiciary… you do great damage to vital organ of democracy

Chief Justice of India R M Lodha On the day that the government introduced the Bill in the Lok Sabha to scrap the collegium system of appointing judges, Chief Justice of India R M Lodha on Monday defended the existing mechanism while lashing out at ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Govt introduces bills to scrap collegium system in Lok Sabha  Times of India1 week ago Government introduces bills to scrap collegium system in Lok Sabha  Economic Times1 week ago

CJI promises to act on complaint by woman judge

Chief Justice of India R M Lodha on Monday promised to look into the complaint of a woman judge, who quit as additional district and sessions judge of Gwalior, levelling sexual harassment charges against a sitting judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. The ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Panel to look into woman judge's complaint  Deccan Herald1 week ago
NDTV

Law Minister refuses to comment on CJIs remarks

Union law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad refused to comment on Supreme Court Chief Justice R M Lodhas statement that the executive did the segregation of Gopal Subramaniums name from the list for appointment as a judge of the apex court unilaterally which was ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Government Tables Judges Appointment Bill Hours After Chief Justice's Dissent  NDTV1 week ago Law Minister Prasad refuses comment on CJI's remarks  Business Standard1 month ago Law Minister Prasad refuses to comment on CJI's remarks  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Chief Justice Lodha: Collegium system fine, attempt being made to defame judiciary

New Delhi, Aug 11 - Supreme Court Chief Justice R. S. Lodha on Monday came out strongly against a misleading campaign to defame the judiciary, and warned that great damage was being done to the institution and to democracy. Dismissing a public ...
 Topnews.in1 week ago Chief Justice Lodha Collegium system fine attempt being made to defame judiciary  Big News Network1 week ago
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