Chief Justice Dipak Misra


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  • Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, one of the four judges who had questioned the way cases are assigned in the Supreme Court, today refused to hear a related petition saying he was about to retire and didn't want "another reversal" of his order within 24 hours.

  • "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    Concerned over the unprecedented delay by the government in the appointment of two judges, a top judge has written to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that the "very life and existence" of the Supreme Court is under threat.

  • Karnataka Engineer, Allegedly Forced To Marry, Sends SOS To Supreme Court

    Karnataka Engineer, Allegedly Forced To Marry, Sends SOS To Supreme Court

    A 26-year-old woman from Karnataka, who alleged that she was forced to marry by her parents without her consent and eventually escaped to Delhi, will be provided security cover. The woman, an engineer, had filed a petition in the Supreme Court in which she had alleged that she wanted to marry a man of other caste, but was threatened to wed her pare...

  • 5 Judges To Rule On Polygamy, Why Only 3 For Ayodhya, Supreme Court Asked

    5 Judges To Rule On Polygamy, Why Only 3 For Ayodhya, Supreme Court Asked

    A bench of five judges set up to decide if polygamy among Muslims is constitutionally valid was cited as a ground in the Supreme Court today to refer the Ayodhya land dispute to a larger bench. "Is the polygamy case more important than Ayodhya case? When polygamy can be referred to a Constitution bench, why not Ayodhya land dispute?" senior lawyer ...

  • Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan has said that the power to assign cases must be given to a collegium or panel of senior judges. He has also said his petition should not be heard by the Chief Justice and that it should be taken up by three most senior judges.

  • "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    The UIDAI, which runs the Aadhaar identification programme, has been given wide powers and could tomorrow ask people to give their blood samples too, a Supreme Court judge observed on Wednesday, expressing concern at the powers that the 2016 Aadhaar law had given to the UIDAI, or the Unique Identification Authority of India.

  • Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Agreeing to take up Tamil Nadu's petition for contempt against the central government over the Cauvery water dispute, the Supreme Court today said: "We will see that Tamil Nadu gets water".

  • Judiciary-Government Bonhomie A Death Knell For Democracy: Top Judge

    Judiciary-Government Bonhomie A Death Knell For Democracy: Top Judge

    Any "bonhomie" between the judiciary and the government would sound the "death knell" for democracy, senior-most Supreme Court judge Justice J Chelameswar has told the Chief Justice of India and urged him to convene a full court to deal with the alleged executive interference in judiciary.

  • Seeking Impeachment Of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Opposition Gathers Signatures

    Seeking Impeachment Of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Opposition Gathers Signatures

    The Congress, backed by several opposition parties, is reportedly leading efforts to bring an impeachment motion in parliament against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The parties are circulating an unprecedented petition for sacking the top judge, leaders of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have confirmed.

  • Presentation Over, 20 Questions For Aadhaar Body Chief In Supreme Court

    Presentation Over, 20 Questions For Aadhaar Body Chief In Supreme Court

    Ajay Bhushan Pandey, the UIDAI chief who sought to assure the Supreme Court that the Aadhaar database was safe, will have to respond to a 20-point questionnaire drafted by the petitioners that seek to underline the weaknesses in the Aadhaar programme. Mr Pandey had told the court that it was virtually impossible to break into the Aadhaar data and w...

  • Linking Aadhaar With Pension Should Not Be Mandatory, Says Supreme Court. 5 Points

    Linking Aadhaar With Pension Should Not Be Mandatory, Says Supreme Court. 5 Points

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the mandatory use of Aadhaar card for drawing pension by retired government employees, reported IANS. Aadhaar is a 12-digit personal identification number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)- as mentioned on the official website of UIDAI- uidai.gov.in. Supreme Court said that pens...

  • In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In a rare move, the Supreme Court bench hearing the legal challenge to the Aadhaar law has agreed to allow a PowerPoint presentation to be made on the controversial identification system. The five-judge bench accepted the request from the government's top law officer KK Venugopal after he argued that the chief of UIDAI, the body that issues the 12-...

  • Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The requests to seek a probe into Mumbai Judge BH Loya's death were aimed at targeting BJP president Amit Shah and keep the issue alive, the Maharashtra government told the Supreme Court before the three-judge bench completed the hearings on Friday.

  • "You Think You Can Write Anything And Get Away?": Chief Justice Raps Media

    "You Think You Can Write Anything And Get Away?": Chief Justice Raps Media

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today sharply criticised the electronic media during a hearing in the Supreme Court on a defamation suit against the website The Wire over a story on BJP president Amit Shah's son Jay Shah. "We respect freedom of the press but it has to act responsibly. Electronic media can't think they become Popes overnight," he...

  • What Led To Supreme Court Recognising 'Living Will': A 10-Point Timeline

    What Led To Supreme Court Recognising 'Living Will': A 10-Point Timeline

    A terminally ill person can make a 'living will', giving his permission to withdraw life support system if doctors think he has reached an irreversible stage. The verdict of the five-judge Constitution Bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, attached strict conditions for executing a 'living will', saying it has to be made by the person in "his...

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'Chief Justice Dipak Misra' - 69 News Result(s)

  • Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Why Justice Chelameswar Today Refused To Hear Plea On Assigning Cases

    Justice Jasti Chelameswar, one of the four judges who had questioned the way cases are assigned in the Supreme Court, today refused to hear a related petition saying he was about to retire and didn't want "another reversal" of his order within 24 hours.

  • "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    "History Won't Pardon Us," Supreme Court Judge Writes To Chief Justice

    Concerned over the unprecedented delay by the government in the appointment of two judges, a top judge has written to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra that the "very life and existence" of the Supreme Court is under threat.

  • Karnataka Engineer, Allegedly Forced To Marry, Sends SOS To Supreme Court

    Karnataka Engineer, Allegedly Forced To Marry, Sends SOS To Supreme Court

    A 26-year-old woman from Karnataka, who alleged that she was forced to marry by her parents without her consent and eventually escaped to Delhi, will be provided security cover. The woman, an engineer, had filed a petition in the Supreme Court in which she had alleged that she wanted to marry a man of other caste, but was threatened to wed her pare...

  • 5 Judges To Rule On Polygamy, Why Only 3 For Ayodhya, Supreme Court Asked

    5 Judges To Rule On Polygamy, Why Only 3 For Ayodhya, Supreme Court Asked

    A bench of five judges set up to decide if polygamy among Muslims is constitutionally valid was cited as a ground in the Supreme Court today to refer the Ayodhya land dispute to a larger bench. "Is the polygamy case more important than Ayodhya case? When polygamy can be referred to a Constitution bench, why not Ayodhya land dispute?" senior lawyer ...

  • Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Chief Justice Dipak Misra Shouldn't Assign Cases: Shanti Bhushan's Petition

    Former Law Minister Shanti Bhushan has said that the power to assign cases must be given to a collegium or panel of senior judges. He has also said his petition should not be heard by the Chief Justice and that it should be taken up by three most senior judges.

  • "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    "Tomorrow May Say Give Blood Sample": Supreme Court Judge On Aadhaar Body Powers

    The UIDAI, which runs the Aadhaar identification programme, has been given wide powers and could tomorrow ask people to give their blood samples too, a Supreme Court judge observed on Wednesday, expressing concern at the powers that the 2016 Aadhaar law had given to the UIDAI, or the Unique Identification Authority of India.

  • Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Cauvery Row: "Will See Tamil Nadu Gets Water," Says Chief Justice

    Agreeing to take up Tamil Nadu's petition for contempt against the central government over the Cauvery water dispute, the Supreme Court today said: "We will see that Tamil Nadu gets water".

  • Judiciary-Government Bonhomie A Death Knell For Democracy: Top Judge

    Judiciary-Government Bonhomie A Death Knell For Democracy: Top Judge

    Any "bonhomie" between the judiciary and the government would sound the "death knell" for democracy, senior-most Supreme Court judge Justice J Chelameswar has told the Chief Justice of India and urged him to convene a full court to deal with the alleged executive interference in judiciary.

  • Seeking Impeachment Of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Opposition Gathers Signatures

    Seeking Impeachment Of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Opposition Gathers Signatures

    The Congress, backed by several opposition parties, is reportedly leading efforts to bring an impeachment motion in parliament against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The parties are circulating an unprecedented petition for sacking the top judge, leaders of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have confirmed.

  • Presentation Over, 20 Questions For Aadhaar Body Chief In Supreme Court

    Presentation Over, 20 Questions For Aadhaar Body Chief In Supreme Court

    Ajay Bhushan Pandey, the UIDAI chief who sought to assure the Supreme Court that the Aadhaar database was safe, will have to respond to a 20-point questionnaire drafted by the petitioners that seek to underline the weaknesses in the Aadhaar programme. Mr Pandey had told the court that it was virtually impossible to break into the Aadhaar data and w...

  • Linking Aadhaar With Pension Should Not Be Mandatory, Says Supreme Court. 5 Points

    Linking Aadhaar With Pension Should Not Be Mandatory, Says Supreme Court. 5 Points

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday questioned the mandatory use of Aadhaar card for drawing pension by retired government employees, reported IANS. Aadhaar is a 12-digit personal identification number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)- as mentioned on the official website of UIDAI- uidai.gov.in. Supreme Court said that pens...

  • In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In Top Court, A PowerPoint Presentation By Aadhaar Boss To Clear Doubts

    In a rare move, the Supreme Court bench hearing the legal challenge to the Aadhaar law has agreed to allow a PowerPoint presentation to be made on the controversial identification system. The five-judge bench accepted the request from the government's top law officer KK Venugopal after he argued that the chief of UIDAI, the body that issues the 12-...

  • Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Real Target Of Judge Loya Case Is Amit Shah: Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The requests to seek a probe into Mumbai Judge BH Loya's death were aimed at targeting BJP president Amit Shah and keep the issue alive, the Maharashtra government told the Supreme Court before the three-judge bench completed the hearings on Friday.

  • "You Think You Can Write Anything And Get Away?": Chief Justice Raps Media

    "You Think You Can Write Anything And Get Away?": Chief Justice Raps Media

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today sharply criticised the electronic media during a hearing in the Supreme Court on a defamation suit against the website The Wire over a story on BJP president Amit Shah's son Jay Shah. "We respect freedom of the press but it has to act responsibly. Electronic media can't think they become Popes overnight," he...

  • What Led To Supreme Court Recognising 'Living Will': A 10-Point Timeline

    What Led To Supreme Court Recognising 'Living Will': A 10-Point Timeline

    A terminally ill person can make a 'living will', giving his permission to withdraw life support system if doctors think he has reached an irreversible stage. The verdict of the five-judge Constitution Bench, headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, attached strict conditions for executing a 'living will', saying it has to be made by the person in "his...

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