The Supreme Court bench headed by Justice UU Lalit on Monday will hear plea by GS Mani & Anr. against Andhra CM YS Jaganmohan Reddy after he wrote a letter to the CJI making allegations against Judges of Supreme Court and the High Court and released the contents of letter in media
Congratulating the legal aid functionaries for their sincere dedication on the 25th National Legal Services Day, Hon’ble Justice N. V. Ramana, Judge, Supreme Court of India and Executive chairman of NALSA said: “Today is a historic day in the legal aid movement of India.
The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by a man sentenced to two year rigorous imprisonment in a drug case while stating the sentence accorded by the High Court is clearly already far too charitable.
There are a few months to go before Justice N.V. Ramana will take over as India’s 48th Chief Justice. That is the trajectory of the senior most puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of India as per convention and judicial precedent.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought many new problems & challenges for the justice delivery system in the country and the role of legal aid institutions has become all the more important during such times, said Justice N. V. Ramana, Supreme Court judge & Executive Chairman of the NALSA.
Need to ensure that E-Lok Adalat remains the ‘People’s Lok Adalat’: said Justice N.V. Ramana, Judge, Supreme Court of India and Executive Chairman, National Legal Services Authority, during the virtual accomplishment ceremony of the online Lok Adalat.
The Supreme Court Justice N. V. Ramana said today that these testing times have resulted in new innovations which "we have to learn and embrace for betterment of society". Justice Ramana, who is the Executive Chairman NALSA, was speaking at the first ever online Lok Adalat in Delhi today.
A bench of Justice A. M. Khanwilkar and Justice S. Ravindra Bhat will hear the matter. The matter was listed previously on October 26, when, at the request of Senior Advocate Aryama Sundaram for the petitioners, the matter was adjourned for three weeks.