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Attorney general Mukul Rohatgi names two Judges as ‘inappropriate’ selection
Times of India

Rohatgi ramps up NJAC offensive: How did ex-CJI Kabir's sister...

Attorney General of India Mukul Rohatgi attacked the collegium system during his arguments in the Supreme Court yesterday defending the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC), using the example of allegations of bias and nepotism in 2013 ... Legally India, 2 weeks ago
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Government sticks to 11-judge bench stand on NJAC

Attorney-general Mukul Rohatgi on Friday made a fervent plea in the Supreme Court for referring the petitions challenging the National Judicial Appointments Commission law for hearing by an 11-judge bench to reconsider the decisions of the earlier nine-judge ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago No judges will be appointed till NJAC row resolved: Mukul Rohatgi  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago No change in bench, NJAC hearing from April 27  Indian Express1 month ago Government won't appoint judges till Supreme Court resolves NJAC issue  Indian Express1 month ago
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Indian Express

AG Mukul Rohatgi asks SC if there is hesitation in referring NJAC case to a larger bench

The 1993 ruling by the apex court is responsible for the collegium system, that has been responsible for judicial appointments for over two decades now. Photo: Mint New Delhi: The hearing on the constitutional validity of the National Judicial ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago #NJAC: Centre begins arguments; AG Rohatgi insists on overruling 'Second Judges case'  Bar & Bench3 weeks ago Supreme Court refers pleas challenging National Judicial Appointments Commission Act to larger bench  DNA1 month ago Judges' bill blow to govt  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
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Attorney-general questions collegium on two appointments

Attorney-general Mukul Rohatgi questioned the Supreme Court collegium for going ahead with appointment of Justice Kannadasan as a Madras high court judge despite adverse intelligence report and objections from the government and the then President of India.
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Centre, SC spar over primacy of CJI in judicial appointments

Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi had submitted that independence of judiciary did not mean that the CJI and his collegium had primacy in appointment and transfer of judges. Mercury shot up in Court 4 of the Supreme Court as the highest judiciary ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago CJI has no primacy in judicial postings: Govt  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago No primacy to CJI in judges appointments, Centre says  Times of India3 weeks ago NJAC: Gov't clashes with SC over why CJI has primacy in judicial appointments  Legally India3 weeks ago
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Indian Express

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 Agency1 month ago Supreme Court urges govt to make juvenile law more deterrent  Indian Express1 month ago

Government, Castleton Investments agree to expedite Supreme Court hearings on tax row

Attorney-General Mukul Rohatgi has agreed to a plea from senior lawyer Harish Salve, representing Castelton NEW DELHI: The government and foreign portfolio investor Castleton Investments Limited have agreed to expeditious hearings in the Supreme Court on ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

CJI won't join panel to choose NJAC members

Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi on Monday informed the Supreme Court that Chief Justice H L Dattu has refused to participate in a three-member panel for selecting two eminent persons in the six-member National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC).
 Financial Express4 weeks ago NJAC Act violates 'basic structure' of Constitution, SC told  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Govt asks SC to direct CJI to take part in NJAC  Economic Times4 weeks ago Chief Justice of India H L Dattu declines to be part of NJAC  Deccan Chronicle4 weeks 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 Age1 month ago
MSN News US

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 India1 month ago Eminent persons need not be legal eagles: Govt  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago NJAC hearing: Panel need not have only legal experts, says govt  MSN News US3 weeks ago Legal Eminence not must for NJAC Entry  New Indian Express3 weeks ago
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