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Judges' bill blow to govt

The Supreme Court today rejected the NDA government's appeal to refer the petitions against the National Judicial Appointments Commission to an 11-judge bench. It also extended the tenure of an unspecified number of additional judges of high courts across the ... The Telegraph, 1 week ago
Senate discusses 'flawed' judicial system Business Recorder, 1 day ago

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NJC recommends regularization of 10 LHC judges

Islamabad (Online): The National Judicial Commission (NJC) has recommended regularization of 10 judges of Lahore High Court for appointments in the apex courts, and one year extension in the services of Justice Athar Minallah of Islamabad High ...
 Frontier Post1 day ago Tunisian judges denounce law to oversee judiciary  9ija News.com6 days ago Constitutional Court ruling on pretrial must be reviewed  Jakarta Post1 week ago Supreme Court to get one more Judge and Judicial Commissioner  Asiaone1 week ago

Law Ministry's Consultative Committee Meeting

The Minister for Law and Justice D. V. Sadananda Gowda has said that the National Litigation Policy, 2015 aims to suggest mechanism to reduce the Government litigation and to make Government as an Efficient and Responsible litigant. He was ...
 5 Dariya News - English1 day ago ‘Government won’t encroach on freedom of judiciary’  Asian Age3 weeks ago Govt will not encroach judiciary's independence on NJAC: Gowda  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago ‘Law minister must not be part of NJAC’  Asian Age3 weeks ago

SC declines to refer NJAC to larger bench

The SC rejected the Modi govt’s demand of referring to a larger bench the issue of whether the proposed National Judicial Appointments Commission would erode judicial independence.
 Economic Times1 week ago Supreme Court declines to refer National Judicial Appointments Commission to larger bench  Economic Times1 week ago

SC rejects Centre`s plea for hearing on NJAC issue by larger bench

In a jolt for the Centre, the Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected its preliminary plea that the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) issue be heard by a larger bench of 9 or 11 judges. According to PTI, the apex court also ruled that the arguments ...
 Zee News1 week ago SC refuses Centre's plea on NJAC  News on Air1 week ago SC Refuses Larger Bench for NJAC Pleas  New Indian Express1 week ago SC declines Centre's plea to refer NJAC issue to larger bench  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Centre: NJAC law enactment must

Enactment of the National Judicial Appointments Commission law was a compelling necessity as the collegium system of appointment of judges had failed and outlived its purpose, attorney-general Mukul Rohatgi argued in the Supreme Court on Thursday. Making this ...
 Asian Age2 weeks 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 weeks ago How will NJAC make judicial functioning accountable, asks SC  Zee News2 weeks ago Supreme Court poses questions on the working of National Judicial Appointment Commission  Economic Times2 weeks ago How will NJAC make judiciary meaningful, asks SC  Prokerala3 weeks ago

No Need for Eminent Persons in NJAC to Have Legal Background: Centre to SC

The Centre today told the Supreme Court that two eminent persons in the six-member National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC) for appointing judges for higher judiciary need not have legal background. "The qualification for an eminent person under the ...
 Outlook3 weeks ago Eminent persons in NJAC don't need to have legal background: Centre to SC  First Post.com3 weeks ago 'No need to have legal background for eminent persons in NJAC': Centre to SC  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago No need to have legal background for eminent persons in NJAC: Centre to SC  Zee News3 weeks ago

NHRC strongly favours judicial enquiry into Chittoor firing

The National Human Rights Commission today strongly favoured ordering of a judicial enquiry by Andhra Pradesh Government into the Chittoor police firing incident.  An NHRC team would also visit the scene where 20 people were killed in the police firing in Seshachalam forest near Tirupati in an operation said to be against fellers of red sanders on April 7. ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago NHRC favours a judicial probe, to send own team  Asian Age4 weeks ago NHRC for judicial probe into Chittoor firing; to send a team  Business Standard4 weeks ago NHRC favours judicial probe into Chittoor killings  Times of India4 weeks ago

Valid Arguments

Chief Justice of India H.L. Dattu has done a commendable job in opting out of the National Judicial Appointments Commission on the grounds that the matter is sub judice. Moreover, there has been no debate on the provisions of the NJAC. It is ironic that even ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Top judges discuss ways to reduce backlog  Jagran Post1 month ago
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