Justice DY Chandrachud said that technology can be used to end the feudal structure in the judiciary. All judges are equal and the Constitution should be amended and “subordinate courts” renamed as “district judiciary”.
The Supreme Court has released on bail two men convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment in murder cases after taking note that both had undergone 11 years and 8 months & for 15 years of actual custody without remission, respectively.
the Bench of Justice D.Y.Chandrachud and Justice Surya Kant uphold the observations of Division Bench of Gujarat High Court, wherein the importance of getting vaccinated with two doses as a protective measure was elucidated in these pandemic times.
Supreme Court heard plea of Basheer and Kunhi Mohammed who were charged for keeping 162 pieces of teak in a room occupied by both of them. Advocate Haris Beeran appeared for Basheer and Kunhi mohammed before the two judge bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and Surya Kant.
The Supreme Court has dismissed the plea by NEET-MDS 2022 aspirants seeking postponement of the examination i.e. National Eligibility Entrance Test – Master of Dental Surgery Entrance Examination 2022 in view of the incomplete one year compulsory internship, which is a pre- requisite/ eligibility criterion for the said examinations, owing to extenuating circumstances caused by the Covid–19 pandemic.