Chief Justice Of India


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  • Minorities Body Writes To Chief Justice On "Police Brutality" At CAA Protests

    Minorities Body Writes To Chief Justice On "Police Brutality" At CAA Protests

    Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) has appealed to Chief Justice of India SA Bobde to take note of the alleged police brutalities during recent protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA and the proposed National Register of Citizens in various parts of the country.

  • Exploring Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Courts, Says Chief Justice

    Exploring Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Courts, Says Chief Justice

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Saturday hinted at the possibility of Artificial Intelligence being developed for the courts while making it clear that it will never replace human discretion.

  • "Country Going Through Critical Times": Chief Justice On Citizenship Plea

    "Country Going Through Critical Times": Chief Justice On Citizenship Plea

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, on a petition to declare the citizenship law "constitutional", said today the "country is going through critical times" and such petitions "don't help". Refusing an urgent hearing, the Supreme Court said it would hear the petition only after violence stopped.

  • Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has opted out of hearing a petition in the Nirbhaya case, saying one of the advocates who represented the woman is a family member. A new bench will begin hearing the case tomorrow morning.

  • Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Over a week after four people accused of raping and murdering a veterinarian were shot dead by the police in Telangana, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Monday constituted a panel of two Supreme Court judges to speed up sexual assault cases that remain stalled in courts across the country.

  • "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    The "rioting" must stop and there should be peace, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said on Monday to a request to take note of police action on students at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening during protests against the citizenship law.

  • Chief Justice Dispels Fears Over Artificial Intelligence Use In Supreme Court

    Chief Justice Dispels Fears Over Artificial Intelligence Use In Supreme Court

    Chief Justice of India Sharad Bobde said on Saturday that there was no plan to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in the decision-making process in the courts.

  • No Top Court Order On 2 Women's Plea For Protection To Enter Sabarimala

    No Top Court Order On 2 Women's Plea For Protection To Enter Sabarimala

    The Supreme Court today declined to pass an order on a petition by two women who sought protection to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. The top court said it has referred the matter to a larger bench and it won't be appropriate to pass an order now. "The situation at moment is explosive. We don't want any violence," Chief Justice of India SA B...

  • Supreme Court Dismisses All Petitions Seeking Review Of Its Ayodhya Verdict

    Supreme Court Dismisses All Petitions Seeking Review Of Its Ayodhya Verdict

    The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected all 19 petitions seeking a review of its landmark verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute case. These petitions were heard by a five-member bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde in-chamber and not in open court, as is normal procedure. The petitioners included the All India Muslims Personal Law Board and...

  • Supreme Court Allows Cutting Of Over 400 Trees For Delhi-Agra Rail Line

    Supreme Court Allows Cutting Of Over 400 Trees For Delhi-Agra Rail Line

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the felling of 452 trees for the construction of an additional track for the railway line connecting Delhi to Agra via Mathura, provided the mandatory compensatory afforestation is also undertaken.

  • 'Are We Becoming Lawless Society?': Ex-Chief Justice On Telangana Case

    'Are We Becoming Lawless Society?': Ex-Chief Justice On Telangana Case

    Citing the rape and murder of the 27-year-old veterinarian in Hyderabad and the killing of the accused in police encounter, former Chief Justice of India R M Lodha on Tuesday said the country is struggling to protect human rights of citizens and such crimes reflect the "deep malice" that has crept in the society.

  • Judges' Presser "Nothing More Than" Self-Correcting Measure: Chief Justice

    Judges' Presser "Nothing More Than" Self-Correcting Measure: Chief Justice

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde in Jodhpur on Saturday said the press conference held by four senior most judges of the Supreme court last year was just a self-corrective measure.

  • "Do Wrong, There'll Be An Encounter," Telangana Minister Warns Rapists

    "Do Wrong, There'll Be An Encounter," Telangana Minister Warns Rapists

    A senior Telangana minister on Saturday justified the alleged extrajudicial killing of four accused in the murder-cum-rape case of a veterinarian in the state, saying that anybody who commits a crime so cruel can expect to be eliminated in a police encounter.

  • "Justice Can't Be Instant": Chief Justice After Killing Of Telangana Rape Accused

    "Justice Can't Be Instant": Chief Justice After Killing Of Telangana Rape Accused

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Saturday condemned the practice of extrajudicial killings, saying that justice loses its very character when it takes the form of revenge. The observation, made at an event in Jodhpur, comes amid a raging debate over the killing of four accused in the Telangana rape and murder case early on Friday.

  • Ensure Mechanism To Monitor Rape Cases, Law Minister To Chief Justice

    Ensure Mechanism To Monitor Rape Cases, Law Minister To Chief Justice

    Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday urged the Chief Justice of India and other senior judges to ensure that there is a mechanism to monitor quick disposal of rape cases, saying that the women of the country are under pain and distress and crying for justice.

'Chief Justice Of India' - 363 Video Result(s)

'Chief Justice Of India' - 660 News Result(s)

  • Minorities Body Writes To Chief Justice On "Police Brutality" At CAA Protests

    Minorities Body Writes To Chief Justice On "Police Brutality" At CAA Protests

    Delhi Minorities Commission (DMC) has appealed to Chief Justice of India SA Bobde to take note of the alleged police brutalities during recent protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA and the proposed National Register of Citizens in various parts of the country.

  • Exploring Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Courts, Says Chief Justice

    Exploring Use Of Artificial Intelligence In Courts, Says Chief Justice

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Saturday hinted at the possibility of Artificial Intelligence being developed for the courts while making it clear that it will never replace human discretion.

  • "Country Going Through Critical Times": Chief Justice On Citizenship Plea

    "Country Going Through Critical Times": Chief Justice On Citizenship Plea

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde, on a petition to declare the citizenship law "constitutional", said today the "country is going through critical times" and such petitions "don't help". Refusing an urgent hearing, the Supreme Court said it would hear the petition only after violence stopped.

  • Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Nirbhaya Case: Chief Justice Opts Out Of Hearing Review Plea Of Convict

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde has opted out of hearing a petition in the Nirbhaya case, saying one of the advocates who represented the woman is a family member. A new bench will begin hearing the case tomorrow morning.

  • Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Chief Justice SA Bobde Sets Up 2-Judge Panel To Speed Up Rape Trials Across Nation

    Over a week after four people accused of raping and murdering a veterinarian were shot dead by the police in Telangana, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Monday constituted a panel of two Supreme Court judges to speed up sexual assault cases that remain stalled in courts across the country.

  • "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    "Rioting Must Stop": Top Court Hearing Tomorrow On Crackdown On Students

    The "rioting" must stop and there should be peace, Chief Justice of India SA Bobde said on Monday to a request to take note of police action on students at Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi and Aligarh Muslim University in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday evening during protests against the citizenship law.

  • Chief Justice Dispels Fears Over Artificial Intelligence Use In Supreme Court

    Chief Justice Dispels Fears Over Artificial Intelligence Use In Supreme Court

    Chief Justice of India Sharad Bobde said on Saturday that there was no plan to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in the decision-making process in the courts.

  • No Top Court Order On 2 Women's Plea For Protection To Enter Sabarimala

    No Top Court Order On 2 Women's Plea For Protection To Enter Sabarimala

    The Supreme Court today declined to pass an order on a petition by two women who sought protection to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. The top court said it has referred the matter to a larger bench and it won't be appropriate to pass an order now. "The situation at moment is explosive. We don't want any violence," Chief Justice of India SA B...

  • Supreme Court Dismisses All Petitions Seeking Review Of Its Ayodhya Verdict

    Supreme Court Dismisses All Petitions Seeking Review Of Its Ayodhya Verdict

    The Supreme Court on Thursday rejected all 19 petitions seeking a review of its landmark verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute case. These petitions were heard by a five-member bench headed by Chief Justice of India SA Bobde in-chamber and not in open court, as is normal procedure. The petitioners included the All India Muslims Personal Law Board and...

  • Supreme Court Allows Cutting Of Over 400 Trees For Delhi-Agra Rail Line

    Supreme Court Allows Cutting Of Over 400 Trees For Delhi-Agra Rail Line

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the felling of 452 trees for the construction of an additional track for the railway line connecting Delhi to Agra via Mathura, provided the mandatory compensatory afforestation is also undertaken.

  • 'Are We Becoming Lawless Society?': Ex-Chief Justice On Telangana Case

    'Are We Becoming Lawless Society?': Ex-Chief Justice On Telangana Case

    Citing the rape and murder of the 27-year-old veterinarian in Hyderabad and the killing of the accused in police encounter, former Chief Justice of India R M Lodha on Tuesday said the country is struggling to protect human rights of citizens and such crimes reflect the "deep malice" that has crept in the society.

  • Judges' Presser "Nothing More Than" Self-Correcting Measure: Chief Justice

    Judges' Presser "Nothing More Than" Self-Correcting Measure: Chief Justice

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde in Jodhpur on Saturday said the press conference held by four senior most judges of the Supreme court last year was just a self-corrective measure.

  • "Do Wrong, There'll Be An Encounter," Telangana Minister Warns Rapists

    "Do Wrong, There'll Be An Encounter," Telangana Minister Warns Rapists

    A senior Telangana minister on Saturday justified the alleged extrajudicial killing of four accused in the murder-cum-rape case of a veterinarian in the state, saying that anybody who commits a crime so cruel can expect to be eliminated in a police encounter.

  • "Justice Can't Be Instant": Chief Justice After Killing Of Telangana Rape Accused

    "Justice Can't Be Instant": Chief Justice After Killing Of Telangana Rape Accused

    Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on Saturday condemned the practice of extrajudicial killings, saying that justice loses its very character when it takes the form of revenge. The observation, made at an event in Jodhpur, comes amid a raging debate over the killing of four accused in the Telangana rape and murder case early on Friday.

  • Ensure Mechanism To Monitor Rape Cases, Law Minister To Chief Justice

    Ensure Mechanism To Monitor Rape Cases, Law Minister To Chief Justice

    Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Saturday urged the Chief Justice of India and other senior judges to ensure that there is a mechanism to monitor quick disposal of rape cases, saying that the women of the country are under pain and distress and crying for justice.

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