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  • In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    The centre, not the Delhi government, has the power to order investigations against corrupt officers in the capital, the Supreme Court said today, in a huge blow to Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government. The top court also left the decision on who controls Delhi officers to a higher bench following a split verdict between two judges. ...

  • "For Sake Of Security, Don't Visit Sabarimala": Temple Body To Women

    "For Sake Of Security, Don't Visit Sabarimala": Temple Body To Women

    As the debate over the controversial Supreme Court verdict on Sabarimala continues to rage, a prominent religious body today asked women of menstrual age to refrain from undertaking pilgrimages to the Lord Ayyappa Temple in the larger interests of security and societal harmony.

  • Person In Persistent Vegetative State Not Experimental Object: Dipak Misra

    Person In Persistent Vegetative State Not Experimental Object: Dipak Misra

    Former Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra today said a terminally-ill patient or a person in persistent vegetative state should not be made an "experimental object" and one must respect his dignity.

  • 2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    Attorney General K K Venugopal on Saturday expressed concern over the Supreme Court relying on the concept of constitutional morality after it gave a 4:1 verdict in the Sabarimala case and said it might be used now for the purpose of testing laws. On September 28, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a 4...

  • "Dilution Of Civil Liberties Will Lead To Disorder Anarchy": Dipak Misra

    "Dilution Of Civil Liberties Will Lead To Disorder Anarchy": Dipak Misra

    Former chief justice of India Dipak Misra on Saturday said liberty is a "permanent value" which cannot be "bartered" and any dilution of civil liberties will lead to disorder and anarchy.

  • Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    A petition seeking urgent hearing on allegations against former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in the light of Justice Kurian Joseph's remarks that he was under "external influence" while taking decisions was declined by the Supreme Court today.

  • Congress Demands Judicial Inquiries Into 'Interference' In Top Court

    Congress Demands Judicial Inquiries Into 'Interference' In Top Court

    The Congress on Monday said Justice Kurian Joseph's remarks after demitting office have proved its allegations against the government of interference in the highest levels of judiciary, and demanded separate parliamentary and judicial inquiries into the matter.

  • "Former CJI Wasn't Taking Decisions Independently": Kurian Joseph To NDTV

    "Former CJI Wasn't Taking Decisions Independently": Kurian Joseph To NDTV

    Justice Kurian Joseph, one of the four judges who held the unprecedented press conference earlier this year to flag their concerns, today told NDTV they took the decision after being sure that "t hings were not going well" with then Chief Justice Dipak Misra.

  • "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    There is no regret in going public against then Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in January because the press conference by four sitting top court judges was held for a "cause," Justice Kurian Joseph said today, a day after his retirement from the Supreme Court.

  • "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.

  • "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who became the 46th Chief Justice of India today, issued a new roster hours after taking oath, in which he kept most of the Public Interest Litigations with himself. Some of the cases will be heard by Justice Madan B Lokur.

  • End Misunderstanding Among Judges, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi Told

    End Misunderstanding Among Judges, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi Told

    Retired Supreme Court judge N Santosh Hegde Wednesday advised the newly appointed Chief Justice of India, Justice Ranjan Gogoi to bring in more transparency in judicial proceedings and promote solidarity between judges to avoid any "misunderstanding".

  • Justice Ranjan Gogoi Takes Oath As 46th Chief Justice of India

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi Takes Oath As 46th Chief Justice of India

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi took oath as the 46th Chief Justice of India. Justice Gogoi succeeds Justice Dipak Misra, who retired on October 1. Justice Gogoi was administered oath of office by President Ram Nath Kovind in the Rastrapathi Bhavan.

  • Ranjan Gogoi Sworn In As Chief Justice Of India, To Remain In Office Till November 2019: Highlights

    Ranjan Gogoi Sworn In As Chief Justice Of India, To Remain In Office Till November 2019: Highlights

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi has been sworn in today as the 46th Chief Justice of India. Justice Gogoi succeeds Justice Dipak Misra, who retired on October 1. Justice Gogoi was administered oath of office by President Ram Nath Kovind in the Rastrapathi Bhavan. He is the first person from the North East to become the Chief Justice of India.

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'Dipak Misra' - 329 News Result(s)

  • In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    In Delhi Tug-Of-War, Blow For AAP, Top Court Split On Officers: 10 Points

    The centre, not the Delhi government, has the power to order investigations against corrupt officers in the capital, the Supreme Court said today, in a huge blow to Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government. The top court also left the decision on who controls Delhi officers to a higher bench following a split verdict between two judges. ...

  • "For Sake Of Security, Don't Visit Sabarimala": Temple Body To Women

    "For Sake Of Security, Don't Visit Sabarimala": Temple Body To Women

    As the debate over the controversial Supreme Court verdict on Sabarimala continues to rage, a prominent religious body today asked women of menstrual age to refrain from undertaking pilgrimages to the Lord Ayyappa Temple in the larger interests of security and societal harmony.

  • Person In Persistent Vegetative State Not Experimental Object: Dipak Misra

    Person In Persistent Vegetative State Not Experimental Object: Dipak Misra

    Former Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra today said a terminally-ill patient or a person in persistent vegetative state should not be made an "experimental object" and one must respect his dignity.

  • 2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    2 Different Voices In Supreme Court Are Dangerous: Attorney General

    Attorney General K K Venugopal on Saturday expressed concern over the Supreme Court relying on the concept of constitutional morality after it gave a 4:1 verdict in the Sabarimala case and said it might be used now for the purpose of testing laws. On September 28, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Dipak Misra, in a 4...

  • "Dilution Of Civil Liberties Will Lead To Disorder Anarchy": Dipak Misra

    "Dilution Of Civil Liberties Will Lead To Disorder Anarchy": Dipak Misra

    Former chief justice of India Dipak Misra on Saturday said liberty is a "permanent value" which cannot be "bartered" and any dilution of civil liberties will lead to disorder and anarchy.

  • Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    Supreme Court Refuses Urgent Hearing On Petition Against Ex-Chief Justice

    A petition seeking urgent hearing on allegations against former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in the light of Justice Kurian Joseph's remarks that he was under "external influence" while taking decisions was declined by the Supreme Court today.

  • Congress Demands Judicial Inquiries Into 'Interference' In Top Court

    Congress Demands Judicial Inquiries Into 'Interference' In Top Court

    The Congress on Monday said Justice Kurian Joseph's remarks after demitting office have proved its allegations against the government of interference in the highest levels of judiciary, and demanded separate parliamentary and judicial inquiries into the matter.

  • "Former CJI Wasn't Taking Decisions Independently": Kurian Joseph To NDTV

    "Former CJI Wasn't Taking Decisions Independently": Kurian Joseph To NDTV

    Justice Kurian Joseph, one of the four judges who held the unprecedented press conference earlier this year to flag their concerns, today told NDTV they took the decision after being sure that "t hings were not going well" with then Chief Justice Dipak Misra.

  • "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    "For A Cause": Justice Kurian Joseph On Press Conference By 4 Judges

    There is no regret in going public against then Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra in January because the press conference by four sitting top court judges was held for a "cause," Justice Kurian Joseph said today, a day after his retirement from the Supreme Court.

  • "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.

  • "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    "No Urgent Hearing, Working Out New System": Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who became the 46th Chief Justice of India today, issued a new roster hours after taking oath, in which he kept most of the Public Interest Litigations with himself. Some of the cases will be heard by Justice Madan B Lokur.

  • End Misunderstanding Among Judges, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi Told

    End Misunderstanding Among Judges, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi Told

    Retired Supreme Court judge N Santosh Hegde Wednesday advised the newly appointed Chief Justice of India, Justice Ranjan Gogoi to bring in more transparency in judicial proceedings and promote solidarity between judges to avoid any "misunderstanding".

  • Justice Ranjan Gogoi Takes Oath As 46th Chief Justice of India

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi Takes Oath As 46th Chief Justice of India

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi took oath as the 46th Chief Justice of India. Justice Gogoi succeeds Justice Dipak Misra, who retired on October 1. Justice Gogoi was administered oath of office by President Ram Nath Kovind in the Rastrapathi Bhavan.

  • Ranjan Gogoi Sworn In As Chief Justice Of India, To Remain In Office Till November 2019: Highlights

    Ranjan Gogoi Sworn In As Chief Justice Of India, To Remain In Office Till November 2019: Highlights

    Justice Ranjan Gogoi has been sworn in today as the 46th Chief Justice of India. Justice Gogoi succeeds Justice Dipak Misra, who retired on October 1. Justice Gogoi was administered oath of office by President Ram Nath Kovind in the Rastrapathi Bhavan. He is the first person from the North East to become the Chief Justice of India.

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