A single bench of Allahabad High Court while hearing a Contempt Application filed by Amlendra Nath Chaudhary stayed the salary payment of Nand Kishore, CEO/Secretary of District Co-operative Bank Jhansi, till September 17.
The Supreme Court Collegium, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) N V Ramana, has recommended 68 names, including 44 advocates and 24 judicial officers, for appointment as judges in 12 High Courts of the country.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to allow mentioning for an urgent hearing on a petition challenging the Uttarakhand High Court order, which has decided to resume normal judicial work through full physical mode from August 24, 2021.
Senior Advocate Indira Jaising on Monday mentioned before Chief Justice of India N. V. Ramana, an application filed by her with respect to the rules framed by certain High Courts for senior designation.
The day is also not far off...2027 may be the year when India sees its first woman Chief Justice, if Justice BV Nagarathna is elevated to the Supreme Court. For the first time the Supreme Court collegium has recommended three female judges and if accepted by the government, the total count of women judge
Supreme Court judge Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman, who retired on Thursday, received a heart-warming farewell from subordinates and colleagues from the judicial fraternity, with Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana calling him a "lion of a judge", known for his erudition, clarity and scholarly work.
The Supreme Court refused to issue notice to the Central government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on a batch of petitions filed against alleged snooping on the mobile phones of journalists, political figures and constitutional authorities through Israeli spyware Pegasus
The Chief Justice of India, before allowing the arguments to start, suggested Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave appearing for Andhra Pradesh, "I don't want to hear this matter legally. If the matter can be settled in mediation, please do that. Otherwise, I will transfer this to another Bench."