Chief Justice Dipak Misra


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  • Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Justice AM Khanwilkar, one of the three Supreme Court judges expected to hear the appeal into the politically sensitive Bofors case, today recused himself from the case. The judge did not cite any reasons for opting out of the bench.

  • Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The Maharashtra government today told the Supreme Court the statements of four judges, who were with special CBI judge B H Loya on the last day of his life, and had termed his death as "natural", were "unimpeachable".

  • Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    The case over the 2.7 acre disputed Ayodhya site claimed by both Hindus and Muslims will be taken up by the Supreme Court on March 14. A three-judge bench of the top court headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, which put off the hearings expected to start today also, has underlined that it would deal with the case as a "pure land dispute". The judges...

  • After Rift, Chief Justice Dipak Misra Makes Public Supreme Court Judges' Roster

    After Rift, Chief Justice Dipak Misra Makes Public Supreme Court Judges' Roster

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has made public the assignment of cases in the Supreme Court and has also decided that he will take up all public interest petitions, weeks after four judges called an extraordinary press conference to accuse the top judge of allocating "sensitive cases" to junior judges.

  • Remove High Court Judge For Misconduct, Chief Justice Writes To President

    Remove High Court Judge For Misconduct, Chief Justice Writes To President

    A judge of the Allahabad High Court, indicted by a committee of judges for misconduct in the medical admissions scam, should be removed, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has told President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sources said. As the first step, the judicial functions of Justice SN Shukla were withdrawn last week followi...

  • A Day Before Release, Fresh Petition In Top Court Against "Padmaavat"

    A Day Before Release, Fresh Petition In Top Court Against <i>"Padmaavat"</i>

    A lawyer, who failed in his twin attempts in the Supreme Court in getting Deepika Padukone-starrer stalled from being released, filed his third petition against the film on the eve of its all-India release and mentioned it before a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra today.

  • On CPM Pitch To Impeach Chief Justice, Congress's Measured Response

    On CPM Pitch To Impeach Chief Justice, Congress's Measured Response

    The Congress today gave a cautious response to a proposed impeachment motion for Chief Justice Dipak Misra - an idea pitched yesterday by CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury. The CPM, Mr Yechury said, wants to build consensus on the issue among the opposition parties and has already met NCP leader Tariq Anwar and rebel JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav.

  • "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big brother is constantly watching us... Why should the big brother have data? He may use it," senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Wednesday hearing petitions that contend the Aadhaar identification programme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy.

  • Padmaavat Protests Highlights: Supreme Court Rejects Plea To Modify Its Earlier Order On Padmaavat

    Padmaavat Protests Highlights: Supreme Court Rejects Plea To Modify Its Earlier Order On Padmaavat

    The Supreme Court today rejected the pleas of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh government who had sought a ban on the release of Bollywood period drama, Padmaavat.The three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra observed that it was best for the governments and others to abide by the apex court order. It said,''people must understand that ther...

  • Supreme Court Not A Superintendent Court According To Constitution: Justice Chelameswar

    Supreme Court Not A Superintendent Court According To Constitution: Justice Chelameswar

    Days after he led a virtual rebellion against Chief Justice Dipak Misra over the functioning of the Supreme Court and "arbitrary allocation" of cases, Justice Jasti Chelameswar on Monday said that the Supreme Court is not supposed to be a superintendent court as per the Constitution but has become one in practice.

  • Angry Chief Justice, Sparring Lawyers As Top Court Hears Judge Loya Case: 10 Facts

    Angry Chief Justice, Sparring Lawyers As Top Court Hears Judge Loya Case: 10 Facts

    Calling it a "serious matter", the Supreme Court today asked for all documents related to the Judge BH Loya case and said it would look into it "in a fair way". The court also took over two related cases from the Bombay High Court. In an hour-long hearing packed with drama, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra lost his temper, a lawyer had to apologi...

  • After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra will on Monday hear the case about Judge BH Loya's death, one of the main triggers for last week's unprecedented crisis in India's judiciary.

  • 'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    A proposal on rostering Supreme Court judges and the assigning of sensitive cases has been suggested to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra by the four judges who criticised him publicly last week.

  • Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Aadhaar is a "giant electronic mesh" and will turn the country "into a surveillance state," petitioners alleged today as five judges of the Supreme Court began final hearing on a batch of petitions that challenge the citizen identity programme, contending that it violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy. The petitions also argue agains...

  • Producers Of Padmaavat Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    Producers Of <i>Padmaavat</i> Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    The producers of Padmaavat have moved Supreme Court after six states have said they will not allow the film to be released. The top court has agreed to hear the plea of producers. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud considered the submission of producer's counsel that the matter be heard urgent...

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'Chief Justice Dipak Misra' - 52 News Result(s)

  • Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Supreme Court Judge Recuses Himself From Bofors Case, Hearing Next Month

    Justice AM Khanwilkar, one of the three Supreme Court judges expected to hear the appeal into the politically sensitive Bofors case, today recused himself from the case. The judge did not cite any reasons for opting out of the bench.

  • Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    Judges' Statements On Judge Loya "Unimpeachable": Maharashtra Tells Top Court

    The Maharashtra government today told the Supreme Court the statements of four judges, who were with special CBI judge B H Loya on the last day of his life, and had termed his death as "natural", were "unimpeachable".

  • Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    Will Hear Ayodhya Case As "Pure Land Dispute", Says Supreme Court: 10 Facts

    The case over the 2.7 acre disputed Ayodhya site claimed by both Hindus and Muslims will be taken up by the Supreme Court on March 14. A three-judge bench of the top court headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, which put off the hearings expected to start today also, has underlined that it would deal with the case as a "pure land dispute". The judges...

  • After Rift, Chief Justice Dipak Misra Makes Public Supreme Court Judges' Roster

    After Rift, Chief Justice Dipak Misra Makes Public Supreme Court Judges' Roster

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has made public the assignment of cases in the Supreme Court and has also decided that he will take up all public interest petitions, weeks after four judges called an extraordinary press conference to accuse the top judge of allocating "sensitive cases" to junior judges.

  • Remove High Court Judge For Misconduct, Chief Justice Writes To President

    Remove High Court Judge For Misconduct, Chief Justice Writes To President

    A judge of the Allahabad High Court, indicted by a committee of judges for misconduct in the medical admissions scam, should be removed, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has told President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sources said. As the first step, the judicial functions of Justice SN Shukla were withdrawn last week followi...

  • A Day Before Release, Fresh Petition In Top Court Against "Padmaavat"

    A Day Before Release, Fresh Petition In Top Court Against <i>"Padmaavat"</i>

    A lawyer, who failed in his twin attempts in the Supreme Court in getting Deepika Padukone-starrer stalled from being released, filed his third petition against the film on the eve of its all-India release and mentioned it before a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra today.

  • On CPM Pitch To Impeach Chief Justice, Congress's Measured Response

    On CPM Pitch To Impeach Chief Justice, Congress's Measured Response

    The Congress today gave a cautious response to a proposed impeachment motion for Chief Justice Dipak Misra - an idea pitched yesterday by CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury. The CPM, Mr Yechury said, wants to build consensus on the issue among the opposition parties and has already met NCP leader Tariq Anwar and rebel JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav.

  • "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big Brother Is Constantly Watching Us," Supreme Court Told In Aadhaar Case

    "Big brother is constantly watching us... Why should the big brother have data? He may use it," senior lawyer Kapil Sibal told a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court on Wednesday hearing petitions that contend the Aadhaar identification programme violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy.

  • Padmaavat Protests Highlights: Supreme Court Rejects Plea To Modify Its Earlier Order On Padmaavat

    Padmaavat Protests Highlights: Supreme Court Rejects Plea To Modify Its Earlier Order On Padmaavat

    The Supreme Court today rejected the pleas of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh government who had sought a ban on the release of Bollywood period drama, Padmaavat.The three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra observed that it was best for the governments and others to abide by the apex court order. It said,''people must understand that ther...

  • Supreme Court Not A Superintendent Court According To Constitution: Justice Chelameswar

    Supreme Court Not A Superintendent Court According To Constitution: Justice Chelameswar

    Days after he led a virtual rebellion against Chief Justice Dipak Misra over the functioning of the Supreme Court and "arbitrary allocation" of cases, Justice Jasti Chelameswar on Monday said that the Supreme Court is not supposed to be a superintendent court as per the Constitution but has become one in practice.

  • Angry Chief Justice, Sparring Lawyers As Top Court Hears Judge Loya Case: 10 Facts

    Angry Chief Justice, Sparring Lawyers As Top Court Hears Judge Loya Case: 10 Facts

    Calling it a "serious matter", the Supreme Court today asked for all documents related to the Judge BH Loya case and said it would look into it "in a fair way". The court also took over two related cases from the Bombay High Court. In an hour-long hearing packed with drama, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra lost his temper, a lawyer had to apologi...

  • After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    After Top Judges' Dissent, Chief Justice To Hear Judge Loya Case On Monday

    A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra will on Monday hear the case about Judge BH Loya's death, one of the main triggers for last week's unprecedented crisis in India's judiciary.

  • 'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    'Rebel' Judges Suggest Roster Plan In Meet With Chief Justice: Sources

    A proposal on rostering Supreme Court judges and the assigning of sensitive cases has been suggested to Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra by the four judges who criticised him publicly last week.

  • Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Why Can't Centre Compel Citizens To Get Aadhaar, Asks Top Court: 10 Facts

    Aadhaar is a "giant electronic mesh" and will turn the country "into a surveillance state," petitioners alleged today as five judges of the Supreme Court began final hearing on a batch of petitions that challenge the citizen identity programme, contending that it violates an individual's fundamental right to privacy. The petitions also argue agains...

  • Producers Of Padmaavat Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    Producers Of <i>Padmaavat</i> Move Supreme Court After 6 States Ban Film

    The producers of Padmaavat have moved Supreme Court after six states have said they will not allow the film to be released. The top court has agreed to hear the plea of producers. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud considered the submission of producer's counsel that the matter be heard urgent...

  • Will Judge Loya Case Be Reassigned? Chief Justice To Decide

    Will Judge Loya Case Be Reassigned? Chief Justice To Decide

    The case about judge BH Loya's death, one of the main triggers for an unprecedented crisis in India's judiciary, could be reassigned. The two judges hearing the case on Tuesday said in an order that the case be "put up before the appropriate bench". That means the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, has to decide whether to transfer the case to a ...

  • Chief Justice Met 4 Judges, Ice Has Begun Melting, Say Sources: 10 Points

    Chief Justice Met 4 Judges, Ice Has Begun Melting, Say Sources: 10 Points

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today met the four judges who had criticised him publicly, and discussed "all issues", top sources have told NDTV. "The ice has started melting," said the sources, delivering another twist in the story after Attorney General KK Venugopal said that the dispute remained unresolved. One of the main triggers of the un...

  • Supreme Court Updates: Chief Justice Dipak Misra Met 4 Judges, Say Sources

    Supreme Court Updates: Chief Justice Dipak Misra Met 4 Judges, Say Sources

    A day after Attorney General KK Venugopal said that the rift between the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, and the four Supreme Court judges who took him on publicly, has been settled, the Attorney General has said that he accepts that the judges dispute still remains.

  • 4 Top Judges Not In Key Bench Set Up By Chief Justice

    4 Top Judges Not In Key Bench Set Up By Chief Justice

    The four Supreme Court judges who publicly took on the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, have been kept out of a constitution bench that will decide on many important cases, despite the country's top lawyer claiming that the unprecedented rift between judges had been "settled" during an informal meeting on Monday morning

  • Supreme Court Judge Assigned Judge Loya Case Broke Down: Report

    Supreme Court Judge Assigned Judge Loya Case Broke Down: Report

    The morning tea session at Judges' lounge at the Supreme Court - where the Chief Justice of India and some of the other judges met informally on Monday to settle their differences - had some emotional moments. One of the participating judges nearly broke down and Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justice J Chelameswar, who took him on publicly on Frida...

  • All Settled, Says Centre's Lawyer On Top Court Judges' Rift: 10 Facts

    All Settled, Says Centre's Lawyer On Top Court Judges' Rift: 10 Facts

    The rift between the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, and the four Supreme Court judges who took him on publicly, has been settled in an informal meeting over tea, Attorney General KK Venugopal said today. The five top judges reportedly spoke after all staff was ordered out of a lounge where judges chat before going to court every day. Later, t...

  • Bar Council Team Meets Chief Justice of India To Mend Rift: 10 Points

    Bar Council Team Meets Chief Justice of India To Mend Rift: 10 Points

    A team from the Bar Council of India - the regulatory body of lawyers - met with Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra as part of its efforts to resolve the unprecedented crisis that hit the judiciary after four most senior judges of the Supreme Court took him on in public on Friday. Bar Council chairperson Manan Kumar Mishra said the matter will be r...

  • Explain, Says Congress On PM Aide's "Personal" Visit To Chief Justice

    Explain, Says Congress On PM Aide's "Personal" Visit To Chief Justice

    The Congress challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi today after his Principal Secretary, Nripendra Misra, went to the house of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, who is facing criticism from four of the most senior judges of the Supreme Court. The party, which has called the judges' allegations "extremely serious", said PM Modi must explain the reason of ...

  • Take "Corrective Action" On Judges' Remarks, Says Yashwant Sinha

    Take "Corrective Action" On Judges' Remarks, Says Yashwant Sinha

    A day after four senior-most judges of the Supreme Court went public with their differences with Chief Justice Dipak Misra, senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha said it is "our bounden duty to take note of what the judges have said and raise our voice for corrective action".

  • 'Unity Among Top Court Judges Will Return By Monday': Attorney General

    'Unity Among Top Court Judges Will Return By Monday': Attorney General

    Unity among Supreme Court judges will return by Monday, Attorney General KK Venugopal told NDTV today, referring to the unprecedented press conference by four of the most senior judges in which they questioned the conduct of the Chief Justice of India.

  • Don't Politicise: BJP's "Advice" To Rahul Gandhi On Rift In Judiciary

    Don't Politicise: BJP's "Advice" To Rahul Gandhi On Rift In Judiciary

    The Bharatiya Janata Party, which had steered clear of the rift within the Supreme Court through the day, attacked the Congress for wading into the controversy on Friday evening that the ruling party insisted, was essentially an internal matter of the Supreme Court. "None of us should politicise issues of judiciary and this is an advice to Congress...

  • These Four Supreme Court Judges Took On Chief Justice Dipak Misra

    These Four Supreme Court Judges Took On Chief Justice Dipak Misra

    Four judges of the Supreme Court today went public with their grievances against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, saying things were not right the way India's top court was functioning.

  • In A First, Woman Lawyer To Be Directly Promoted As Supreme Court Judge

    In A First, Woman Lawyer To Be Directly Promoted As Supreme Court Judge

    Uttarakhand Chief Justice KM Joseph, who set aside President's rule in the hill state in 2016, and senior lawyer Indu Malhotra have been recommended for appointment as Supreme Court judges.

  • For Wrong Reporting, Press May Not Be Hauled Up For Defamation, Says Supreme Court

    For Wrong Reporting, Press May Not Be Hauled Up For Defamation, Says Supreme Court

    The freedom of speech and expression of the media must be allowed to the "fullest" and the press may not be hauled up for defamation for "some wrong reporting", the Supreme Court has observed.

  • Supreme Court To Re-Examine Law Criminalising Gay Sex: Highlights

    Supreme Court To Re-Examine Law Criminalising Gay Sex: Highlights

    The Supreme Court today said that it will re-examine its verdict upholding Section 377 of the IPC that criminalises gay sex. A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud said the issue arising out of section 377 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) required to be debated upon by a larger bench. Section 377 of...

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