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No judges will be appointed till NJAC row resolved: Mukul Rohatgi

Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi (Photo: PTI/ File) New Delhi: The Centre told the Supreme Court on Thursday that the National Judicial Appointments Commission will be put in place by May 11, but no fresh appointment of judges to high ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 days ago
No change in bench, NJAC hearing from April 27 Indian Express, 3 days ago
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Rohatgi: NJAC will only start with additional judges after two 'eminent persons' picked soon

The government's counsel, Mukul Rohatgi, told the Supreme Court today that the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) would soon have its two required eminent persons as members, at which point it could begin limited operations. The ...
 Legally India2 days ago SC stalls selection of judges by NJAC  Times of India2 days ago NJAC to be operationalised very, very …  Yahoo! India3 days ago Collegium illegal, NJAC will work better: Government  Economic Times1 month ago
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NJAC appointments soon, says Mukul Rohatgi

Attorney-general Mukul Rohatgi said he would convey to the court by May 11 of the fate of a substantial, but unspecified, number of additional judges of various high courts whose two-year tenure will come to an end if their services are not confirmed. The ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
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PTI - SC-JUVENILES 2 LAST

SC-JUVENILES 2 LAST Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. The court told Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi that the issue was serious and required sincere deliberation by the legislature since the rate of crime and the nature of crime, in which the ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Supreme Court urges govt to make juvenile law more deterrent  Indian Express2 weeks ago PTI - ENVIRONMENT 3  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago
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Set up separate bench to test Companies law: Govt urges SC

G Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi mentioned the matter before a bench headed by Chief Justice H L Dattu and said, "by virtue of the pendency of the lis (dispute), the functioning of the Company Law Board (CLB) and Board for Industrial and Financial ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago Govt urges apex court to set up separate Bench to test Companies law  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago PTI - SC-COMPANIES - Govt urges SC to set up separate bench to test Companies law  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Govt urges SC to set up separate bench to test companies law  Livemint.com2 weeks ago

MPPEB scam: Supreme Court grants 4 more months to SIT to conclude probe

Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Madhya Pradesh, told the court that the SIT has so far registered 55 FIRs and requires six months more to conclude the investigations into remaining 28 cases. The Supreme Court today granted ...
 DNA India1 month ago Supreme Court gives 4 months to MP for probe  Asian Age1 month ago MPPEB scam: SC grants 4 more months to SIT to conclude probe  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Supreme Court directs to complete judicial officers appointments within six months  AndhraNews.net1 month ago

NJAC: Mukul Rohatgi bats for death of collegium before SC packed with seniors (+ ML Sharma)

The central government told the Supreme Court on Tuesday that the government could not be restrained from notifying the constitutional amendment and the law for replacing the existing collegium system by NJAC for the appointment of judges to the ...
 Legally India1 month ago Government can't be stopped from …  Yahoo! India1 month ago Government can't be stopped from notifying the NJAC, SC told  Daijiworldcom1 month ago
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Need to ensure every case doesn't land up in SC: A-G Mukul Rohatgi

On a day when the government decided not to appeal against the Bombay High Court's verdict in the transfer pricing case against telecom giant Vodafone, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said that there is a need to ensure that every case doesn't land up in SC.
 IBN Live2 months ago Government not to appeal against Bombay HC order in Vodafone case  DNA2 months ago Govt drops UPA attempt to challenge fiat on Vodafone  Deccan Herald2 months ago Vodafone case: Govt not to challenge HC order  Rediff.com2 months ago
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AG’s difficulty gets advocates reading lights in SC

Attorney general Mukul Rohatgi’s discomfort in reading the small print and repeated adjustment of his spectacles caught Chief Justice H L Dattu’s eye on Wednesday, bringing out an instantaneous solution – better reading lights.
 Times of India2 months ago
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Collegium system is 'illegal': Government tells Supreme Court

Mukul Rohatgi said "collegium system is illegal" and there have been widespread criticism of it including from the judges of the apex court.
 DNA1 month ago SC seeks Centre's stand on appointment of judges  Deccan Herald3 days ago Govt notifies national judicial appointments Act; collegium system scrapped  Livemint.com1 week ago As SC stays out, Centre to notify National Judicial Appointments Commission Act soon  Times of India2 weeks ago
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