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SA Bobde

Record Appointments

With CJI NV Ramana retiring soon, one legacy he left behind is that he filled up many vacancies in the Supreme Court and High Courts. This was unlike his predecessor, Justice SA Bobde, who made no appointments to the Supreme Court due to the collegium being deadlocked for 22 months. 

A Jurist as Judge?

By Lokendra Malik In ...

Reflecting the Soul of In...

Even as the collegium recommended nine names as judges to the apex court, there was none from minority communities. The Court should reflect the composite culture and constitutional values of the nation.

Chief Justice Bobde to sh...

Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde will retire as the 47th Chief Justice of India (CJI) of the Supreme Court tomorrow.

Supreme Court says penden...

While putting emphasis on the significance of appointing the Ad-Hoc Judges, the top court said that the strength of permanent and additional judges can be utilized for current and not so old cases.

Crossing out cheque bounc...

The Court has constituted a panel to speed up disposal of cheque bounce cases. It said the centre would allocate space for its functioning and give allowances. The panel has to submit its report within three months.

Gokarna temple dispute: S...

The Supreme Court today has deferred hearing on a plea filed by Ramachnadapura Math against the decision of the Karnataka High Court which had constituted a “overseeing committee” and handed over the management of the Gokarna Temple to the said committee instead of the petitioner Math.

On Women’s Day, CJI...

The Chief Justice made the comment while hearing a plea by a 14 year old seeking permission to terminate her 26 weeks old pregnancy.

Supreme Court adjourns pl...

A supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde pulled up the Centre for not responding to matter concerning appointment of additional judges in high courts, which is causing pendency of cases.

Supreme Court hears plea ...

The Apex Court on Friday heard the Petition filed by five women alleging that that thrusting a compulsory practice on a believer was violative of the fundamental right to freedom of religion under Article 25 of the Constitution of India.

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