Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra


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  • "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    Despite our differences, our friendship will continue, said Chief Justice Gogoi at a farewell dinner for former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association (SCAORA) organised a farewell dinner for Justice Misra in Delhi. The dinner was attended by the new Chief Justice, Justice Madan Lokur, former Attorney ...

  • "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    Former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who headed the benches that delivered a series of judgements on important issues including the criminalisation of politics, adultery, homosexuality, lynching and Sabarimala temple, said on Friday that an individual cannot be bereft of the idea of constitutional morality.

  • Muslims Are Ram's Descendants, Should Help Build Temple: Giriraj Singh

    Muslims Are Ram's Descendants, Should Help Build Temple: Giriraj Singh

    A few days after right-wing ideologue Mohan Bhagwat claimed that all Indians are Hindu by identity, Union Minister Giriraj Singh today asked Muslims to help construct a Ram temple in Ayodhya because they are "descendants of Lord Ram and not Mughal Emperor Babur".

  • At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    Senior Supreme Court judge Ranjan Gogoi praised outgoing Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra at his farewell ceremony today, saying that he would continue in the stead of a judge who had taken several challenging cases ranging from "mob lynching to honour killing".

  • Chief Justice Stops Lawyer Who Sings For Him On Last Day As Top Judge

    Chief Justice Stops Lawyer Who Sings For Him On Last Day As Top Judge

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra held court, along with his successor Ranjan Gogoi, for the last time Monday, stopping a lawyer who broke into song to wish him a long life to say he was "responding from the heart" but will speak from his mind in the evening.

  • A Top Court Decision Clears Way For Ayodhya Hearing From October 29

    A Top Court Decision Clears Way For Ayodhya Hearing From October 29

    A Supreme Court decision on Thursday has ensured that the case of whether or not to build a Ram temple at the site of a razed mosque in Ayodhya will be heard from October 29. A three-judge bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra refused to revisit a 1994 ruling that the government can acquire land that a mosque is built on - a decision that...

  • Adultery Law Is Arbitrary, Says Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra

    Adultery Law Is Arbitrary, Says Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra

    The Supreme Court is reading out its verdict on the over 150-year-old adultery law that punishes only a man and not a married woman for an affair by treating her as a victim and not as an abettor of the offence. The centre had defended the Victorian law saying adultery must remain a crime so that the sanctity of marriage can be protected, after a p...

  • Is Mosque Essential For Namaz? Top Court Reads Out Ayodhya-Linked Verdict

    Is Mosque Essential For Namaz? Top Court Reads Out Ayodhya-Linked Verdict

    The Supreme Court is reading the verdict that could impact whether a temple will be built at Ayodhya or not. It's also one of the last verdicts that the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, could deliver, before he retires.

  • "Can Take Care Of Ourselves": Supreme Court On Appointment Of Judges

    "Can Take Care Of Ourselves": Supreme Court On Appointment Of Judges

    Supreme Court dismissed a plea which sought contempt action against lawyers who have signed the impeachment motion against the Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.

  • Use Knowledge Capital To Help Poor, Needy: Chief Justice To Law Graduates

    Use Knowledge Capital To Help Poor, Needy: Chief Justice To Law Graduates

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Sunday advised the graduating law students to put their knowledge capital and skills to help the poor and needy.

  • Constitutional Rights Fulcrum Of Free, Democratic Society: Chief Justice

    Constitutional Rights Fulcrum Of Free, Democratic Society: Chief Justice

    Rights protected and guaranteed under the constitutional framework are the fulcrum of a democratic and free society, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has said.

  • "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    Homosexuality is not a crime in India anymore. In a historic verdict, the Supreme Court on Thursday, overturned a 2013 judgement, which had upheld the 157-year-old colonial-era law, criminalizing gay sex. In a unanimous verdict, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, RF ...

  • Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    India's top court has legalized gay sex in the world's second-most populous country in a landmark decision that partially struck down a 158-year-old colonial-era law. After a decades-long legal battle, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has diluted Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which was first enacted in 1860 and ranks gay sex...

  • "Take Me As I Am," Says Chief Justice, Reading Out Landmark 377 Verdict

    "Take Me As I Am," Says Chief Justice, Reading Out Landmark 377 Verdict

    Section 377: Delivering a landmark judgement decriminalising gay consensual sex, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said: "I am what I am. So take me as I am." Homosexuality is not an offence in India, four Supreme Court judges today ruled in a concurrent judgement.

  • "Homosexuality Not A Mental Disorder": 5 Big Quotes From Sec 377 Verdict

    "Homosexuality Not A Mental Disorder": 5 Big Quotes From Sec 377 Verdict

    In a historic judgement, the Supreme Court on Thursday has struck down the Section 377, which criminalized homosexuality. A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra gave the the verdict on a bunch of petitions filed by five celebrity petitioners, to scrap the law. The Chief Justice, while reading out the verdict s...

'Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra' - 54 Video Result(s)

'Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra' - 132 News Result(s)

  • "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    Despite our differences, our friendship will continue, said Chief Justice Gogoi at a farewell dinner for former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association (SCAORA) organised a farewell dinner for Justice Misra in Delhi. The dinner was attended by the new Chief Justice, Justice Madan Lokur, former Attorney ...

  • "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    "Can't Keep Women Away From Temple": Dipak Misra On Sabarimala Verdict

    Former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, who headed the benches that delivered a series of judgements on important issues including the criminalisation of politics, adultery, homosexuality, lynching and Sabarimala temple, said on Friday that an individual cannot be bereft of the idea of constitutional morality.

  • Muslims Are Ram's Descendants, Should Help Build Temple: Giriraj Singh

    Muslims Are Ram's Descendants, Should Help Build Temple: Giriraj Singh

    A few days after right-wing ideologue Mohan Bhagwat claimed that all Indians are Hindu by identity, Union Minister Giriraj Singh today asked Muslims to help construct a Ram temple in Ayodhya because they are "descendants of Lord Ram and not Mughal Emperor Babur".

  • At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    At Chief Justice Farewell, A Note From His Successor On "True Patriotism"

    Senior Supreme Court judge Ranjan Gogoi praised outgoing Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra at his farewell ceremony today, saying that he would continue in the stead of a judge who had taken several challenging cases ranging from "mob lynching to honour killing".

  • Chief Justice Stops Lawyer Who Sings For Him On Last Day As Top Judge

    Chief Justice Stops Lawyer Who Sings For Him On Last Day As Top Judge

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra held court, along with his successor Ranjan Gogoi, for the last time Monday, stopping a lawyer who broke into song to wish him a long life to say he was "responding from the heart" but will speak from his mind in the evening.

  • A Top Court Decision Clears Way For Ayodhya Hearing From October 29

    A Top Court Decision Clears Way For Ayodhya Hearing From October 29

    A Supreme Court decision on Thursday has ensured that the case of whether or not to build a Ram temple at the site of a razed mosque in Ayodhya will be heard from October 29. A three-judge bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra refused to revisit a 1994 ruling that the government can acquire land that a mosque is built on - a decision that...

  • Adultery Law Is Arbitrary, Says Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra

    Adultery Law Is Arbitrary, Says Chief Justice Of India Dipak Misra

    The Supreme Court is reading out its verdict on the over 150-year-old adultery law that punishes only a man and not a married woman for an affair by treating her as a victim and not as an abettor of the offence. The centre had defended the Victorian law saying adultery must remain a crime so that the sanctity of marriage can be protected, after a p...

  • Is Mosque Essential For Namaz? Top Court Reads Out Ayodhya-Linked Verdict

    Is Mosque Essential For Namaz? Top Court Reads Out Ayodhya-Linked Verdict

    The Supreme Court is reading the verdict that could impact whether a temple will be built at Ayodhya or not. It's also one of the last verdicts that the Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, could deliver, before he retires.

  • "Can Take Care Of Ourselves": Supreme Court On Appointment Of Judges

    "Can Take Care Of Ourselves": Supreme Court On Appointment Of Judges

    Supreme Court dismissed a plea which sought contempt action against lawyers who have signed the impeachment motion against the Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.

  • Use Knowledge Capital To Help Poor, Needy: Chief Justice To Law Graduates

    Use Knowledge Capital To Help Poor, Needy: Chief Justice To Law Graduates

    Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Sunday advised the graduating law students to put their knowledge capital and skills to help the poor and needy.

  • Constitutional Rights Fulcrum Of Free, Democratic Society: Chief Justice

    Constitutional Rights Fulcrum Of Free, Democratic Society: Chief Justice

    Rights protected and guaranteed under the constitutional framework are the fulcrum of a democratic and free society, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has said.

  • "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    "Look For Rainbow In Every Crowd": Chief Justice Of India's Top 5 Quotes

    Homosexuality is not a crime in India anymore. In a historic verdict, the Supreme Court on Thursday, overturned a 2013 judgement, which had upheld the 157-year-old colonial-era law, criminalizing gay sex. In a unanimous verdict, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and comprising Justices DY Chandrachud, RF ...

  • Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    Section 377 Was Being Used As "Weapon Of Discrimination": Chief Justice

    India's top court has legalized gay sex in the world's second-most populous country in a landmark decision that partially struck down a 158-year-old colonial-era law. After a decades-long legal battle, a five-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India has diluted Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which was first enacted in 1860 and ranks gay sex...

  • "Take Me As I Am," Says Chief Justice, Reading Out Landmark 377 Verdict

    "Take Me As I Am," Says Chief Justice, Reading Out Landmark 377 Verdict

    Section 377: Delivering a landmark judgement decriminalising gay consensual sex, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said: "I am what I am. So take me as I am." Homosexuality is not an offence in India, four Supreme Court judges today ruled in a concurrent judgement.

  • "Homosexuality Not A Mental Disorder": 5 Big Quotes From Sec 377 Verdict

    "Homosexuality Not A Mental Disorder": 5 Big Quotes From Sec 377 Verdict

    In a historic judgement, the Supreme Court on Thursday has struck down the Section 377, which criminalized homosexuality. A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra gave the the verdict on a bunch of petitions filed by five celebrity petitioners, to scrap the law. The Chief Justice, while reading out the verdict s...

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