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'Judicial Appointment Bill has elevated role of judiciary'

The National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC) Act has elevated the role of judiciary as an active participant in the appointment of judges in the Supreme Court and high courts, while the Constitution has entrusted it the task of consultation only. The ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
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Choosing the Chief Justice

The proposed Judicial Appointments Commission provides an opportunity to discontinue the seniority convention that privileges age over merit in appointing the Chief Justice of India Mohan Kumaramangalam is perhaps most infamously remembered for ...
 The Hindu3 days ago Subhro Mukherjee appointed Karnataka Chief Justice  Deccan Herald1 week ago Justice delayed, justice denied  India Today2 months ago

'Accountable' in judges' law under scanner

The Supreme Court today frowned upon the "statement of objects and reasons" of the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act passed by Parliament, which stated that it wanted to make the commission that includes the Chief Justice of India and two ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago Judge: Turkey should restore judicial independence  Zaman4 days ago Collegium System Worked Well, Could Have Been Improved, Says Supreme Court Judge  NDTV2 months ago Five-judge Supreme Court bench to decide validity of NJAC  Business Standard2 months ago

Himachal Pradesh judge suspended after sexual harassment complaint

Provided by Hindustan Times The government brought the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act into force on Monday. A judge in Himachal Pradesh has been suspended for allegedlyharassing a woman judge. Chief Justice Mansoor Ahmad Mir has ...
 MSN News US2 days ago No more judges appointing judges 22yr old collegium system scrapped  Hindustan Times2 months ago
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Supreme Court cautions against transparency

The Supreme Court on Thursday cautioned the government that too much transparency in the National Judicial Appointments Commission and subjecting the opinion of members about the candidates selected or rejected will result in disastrous consequences. A ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Court allows MACC to challenge lawyers refusal to record their statements (9657 comments)  Malaysian Bar6 days ago Tunisia: Law Falls Short on Judicial Independence  Human Rights Watch1 day ago Supreme Court to Hear Pleas Against NJAC Act From June 8  NDTV3 weeks ago

‘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 and ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago ‘NJAC in present form will not protect judiciary’  Asian Age2 weeks ago

BJP-ruled states support creation of NJAC in Supreme Court

BJP-ruled states on Tuesday strongly supported in the Supreme Court the creation of the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) saying that the independence of judiciary does not necessarily require that judges be appointed by the collegium system.
 DNA2 weeks ago Judiciary independence doesn't necessarily require collegium system  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Judiciary independence doesn`t necessarily require collegium system: BJP-ruled states  Zee News2 weeks ago

Centre wraps ups arguments backing NJAC, criticises collegium system

The Centre on Friday wrapped up its arguments backing the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) asserting that the collegium system had recommended names that were "not worthy of acceptance". The post Centre wraps ups arguments backing NJAC, ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Centre wraps up arguments on NJAC, attacks collegium again  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Too Much Transparency in the New Judges Appointment System Will be Disastrous, Observes Supreme Court

A five judge constitution bench examining the constitutional validity of the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC), said, "The effect of transparency is no one will give honest adverse repo...
 NDTV3 weeks ago National Assembly Crisis - A Dangerous Threat To Undermine The Constitution And Welfare Of Nigerians  Nigerian Voice1 week ago Judge recusal holds up NJAC hearing  The Telegraph2 months ago NJAC bench  The Telegraph2 months ago

Supreme Court Bar Association slams Collegium system, says common man ignored

The apex court's Bar on Wednesday strongly backed the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) and sharply attacked the collegium system which produced judges who give relief to film stars and politicians while the victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots ...
 First Post.com2 weeks ago Collegium will be back if NJAC is quashed, Supreme Court says  Times of India3 weeks ago Collegium system will revive if NJAC is quashed: SC  Times of India3 weeks ago Quash NJAC, make collegium transparent: Bar Association  Times of India2 months ago
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