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Caustic Katju at it again

Markandey Katju, former Chairman, Press Council of India and a Supreme Court judge seemingly finds it difficult to be courteous. Azmi Shabana @AzmiShabana  tweeted this morning to say, "Its my father in law Jannisar Akhtars death anniversary today. A romantic poet and revolutionary- he combined these in his exquisite poetry."To which Markandey Katju @mkatju responded "@AzmiShabana Jan Nisar Akhtar was a great Urdu poet, far superior to your husband."On Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's birthday ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Former judge loses plea

The Supreme Court today refused to entertain a petition by one of its former judges, Justice Markandey Katju, to quash a parliamentary resolution condemning him for labelling Mahatma Gandhi a "British agent" and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose a "Japanese agent" ...
 The Telegraph4 weeks ago Supreme Court to Katju: Those who criticise must be ready to face criticism too  Indian Express4 weeks ago SC reluctant to entertain Katju's petition challenging condemnation in Parl.  Bar & Bench4 weeks ago Yakub Memon: A gross travesty of justice, says Katju  Manorama Online1 month ago
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India Today

No wrong in Parl censuring Katju : SC

me Court on Monday felt that the Parliament did no wrong in condemning Justice Markandey Katju for calling Mahatma Gandhi a British agent. Referring to Gandhi as a British agent and Subhas Chandra Bose as a Japanese agent, Katju provoked ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago Condemnation by parliament didn't violate your rights, SC tells Katju  India Today4 weeks ago Nothing wrong in Parliament condemning Justice Katju: SC  Times of India4 weeks ago Nothing wrong in House condemning Katju: SC  Times of India4 weeks ago
DNA India

Nothing wrong with Parliament resolution against Markandey Katju: Supreme Court

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to quash a Parliament resolution condemning former judge Markanday Katju's remarks that Mahatma Gandhi was a British agent and Subhas Chandra Bose an agent of the Japanese. But the court agreed to ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago If you can criticise, others have right to disagree, court tells Katju  The Hindu4 weeks ago Parliament resolution no violation of Katju's right: SC  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Supreme Court 'prima facie' agrees with Parliament resolution against Markandey Katju  DNA India4 weeks ago
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Times of India

SC snubs Katju, rejects his plea against House

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday sharply criticized Markandey Katju for calling Mahatma Gandhi a "British agent" and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose a "Japanese agent", after the former apex court judge complained against Parliament passing ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Supreme Court clears Justice Markandey Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  Economic Times4 weeks ago SC clears Justice Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  Mangalorean4 weeks ago Supreme Court clears Justice Katju over Gandhi, Netaji remarks  5 Dariya News - English4 weeks ago
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APN News

Solar Power: A Homebuyer's Perspective

Previous story: SC appoints F S Nariman to assist in deciding Justice Katju's plea Next story: 288 Schools selected to participate in STAIRS School Football League 2 Ashwinder Raj Singh, CEO Residential Services, JLL India Solar power ...
 APN News4 weeks ago SC appoints F S Nariman to assist in deciding Justice Katju's plea  APN News4 weeks ago LS Speaker suspends 25 Congress members  APN News4 weeks ago

Plea to register case against Swamy, Katju

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A petition has been filed in the Madras High Court Bench here seeking a direction either to the National Investigation Agency or any other Central agency to register a case against former Union Minister ...
 The Hindu2 months ago HC dismisses plea for NIA case against Katju, Swamy  United News of India2 months ago Plea for case against Katju dismissed  The Hindu2 months ago Petition Seeking Action Against Swamy, Katju Dismissed  Outlook2 months ago
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India Today

Katju targets Kejriwal, calls him a cunning fraud and don surrounded by chamchas

Former Supreme Court judge Katju even related Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Ashutosh to Sancho Panza, a fictional character in the novel Don Quixote. Ex-Supreme Court judge striked again by saying that Kejriwal is 'Don Quixote surrounded by ...
 India Today2 weeks ago
ARY News.tv

Stable Pakistan in India's interest

ALLAHABAD: Diplomat Vivek Katju on Thursday said that India was always for a peaceful, stable, strong and prosperous Pakistan. An unstable nuclear Pakistan could be dangerous as a neighbour, he said and added that during his visit to Pakistan, ...
 Times of India1 month ago Domestic help of diplomats: Govt must re-look policy  Economic Times2 months ago Pakistan, India peace meeting calls for eliminating LoC tensions  ARY News.tv3 weeks ago India says keeping options open on Pakistan border tensions  Livemint.com1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Outsource jab at IPL verdict

Former judge Markandey Katju today questioned the Supreme Court's decision to "outsource" the power to punish, wondering whether it was legally permissible after a court-appointed panel suspended two IPL teams for two years in a betting scandal.
 The Telegraph1 month ago Katju slams Lodha panel, says SC can't 'outsource' powers  Hindustan Times1 month ago
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