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Law Minister Kiren Rijiju

Appointment of nine lawye...

The Central government h...

Centre assures ramping up...

Kiren Rijiju, the Union Minister of Law during his speech on the joint conference of the Chief Justices of High courts and the Chief Ministers of different States said that the Ministry of  Law will readily assist the state governments in creating National Judicial Infrastructure Corporations at the state level, with due importance to district courts and lower judiciary.

NJIAI, complementary stat...

The first resolution relates to the National Judicial Infrastructure Authority of India (NJIAI). The CJI said, "To support the NJIAI, complementary state bodies are to be created as special purpose vehicles which will help in creation and augmentation of judicial infrastructure in the country.

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Centre set to amend crimi...

In a written reply to a Starred Question by Binoy Viswam, Minister of Law and Justice Kiren Rijiju said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) had constituted a Committee under the Chairpersonship of the Vice Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi

Law Minister Kiren Rijiju...

Law Minister Kiren Rijij...

Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adi...

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Saturday said the state government has sanctioned around Rs 70 crore for digitisation of subordinate or lower courts, so as to provide justice to the common man easily.

Chief Justice NV Ramana c...

Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana on Saturday gave full credit of filling up the vacancies in the Supreme Court, as well as various High Courts of the country, to the Supreme Court Collegium, calling it a team effort.

Splitting of Supreme Cour...

The Eleventh Law Commission had reiterated the recommendations made by the Tenth Law Commission for splitting the Supreme Court into two Benches (i) Constitutional Court at Delhi and (ii) Court of Appeal or Federal Court sitting in North, South, East, West and Central India.

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