Justice Dipak Misra


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  • "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.

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • "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.

  • 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.

  • Chief Justice Dipak Misra A Victim Of Circumstances: Bar Association Chief

    Chief Justice Dipak Misra A Victim Of Circumstances: Bar Association Chief

    Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president Vikas Singh said on Monday outgoing CJI Dipak Misra was a victim of certain circumstances and it was used by some lawyers to the detriment of the institution.

  • Outgoing Chief Justice Dipak Misra Holds Court For Last Time

    Outgoing Chief Justice Dipak Misra Holds Court For Last Time

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

  • Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra in his farewell speech today shared a brief recap of his experiences during his eventful stint as the head of the country's highest court. The Supreme Court is the strongest institution standing tall in the face of attacks, he said, in a reference that many were likely to see as a nod to his turbulen...

  • 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.

  • "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests of five rights activists - accused of links to Maoists - and extended their house arrest by four more weeks. In a majority 2-1 judgement, the top court also refused the activists' petition for a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

  • "Devotion Can't Be Subject To Discrimination": Judges' Sabarimala Verdict

    "Devotion Can't Be Subject To Discrimination": Judges' Sabarimala Verdict

    The Supreme Court on Friday lifted the ban on women of menstruating age at the Sabarimala Temple. Opening the gates of the temple in Kerala, dedicated to Lord Ayyappa, to the women in the age group of 10-50, the top court said it was violative of fundamental rights that the constitution guarantees. Chief Justice Dipak Misra reading out the judgment...

  • Will Sabarimala Temple Ban On Women End? Top Court Reads Out Verdict

    Will Sabarimala Temple Ban On Women End? Top Court Reads Out Verdict

    The Supreme Court has started reading out its verdict on whether women between 10 and 50 years should be allowed to enter Kerala's renowned Sabarimala temple. Women of menstrual age are restricted from entering the temple as its presiding deity, Lord Ayyappa, is considered to be a celibate. A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Di...

  • "Matter Of Privacy": Key Points In Supreme Court's Adultery Ruling

    "Matter Of Privacy": Key Points In Supreme Court's Adultery Ruling

    Adultery is not a crime anymore in India, but it can be grounds for divorce, the Supreme Court said today. In past hearings, the Supreme Court had asked the centre how the 158-year-old law preserved the sanctity of marriage when the extramarital affair becomes non-punishable if the woman's husband stands by her. The government has defended the law,...

'Justice Dipak Misra' - 50 Video Result(s)

'Justice Dipak Misra' - 170 News Result(s)

  • "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.

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • "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.

  • 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.

  • Chief Justice Dipak Misra A Victim Of Circumstances: Bar Association Chief

    Chief Justice Dipak Misra A Victim Of Circumstances: Bar Association Chief

    Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) president Vikas Singh said on Monday outgoing CJI Dipak Misra was a victim of certain circumstances and it was used by some lawyers to the detriment of the institution.

  • Outgoing Chief Justice Dipak Misra Holds Court For Last Time

    Outgoing Chief Justice Dipak Misra Holds Court For Last Time

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

  • Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Justice Must Be Insulated From Disruptive Forces: Outgoing Chief Justice

    Outgoing Supreme Court Chief Justice Dipak Misra in his farewell speech today shared a brief recap of his experiences during his eventful stint as the head of the country's highest court. The Supreme Court is the strongest institution standing tall in the face of attacks, he said, in a reference that many were likely to see as a nod to his turbulen...

  • 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.

  • "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    "Activists' Arrest Not Based On Dissent": Top Court Refuses Special Probe

    The Supreme Court today refused to interfere with the arrests of five rights activists - accused of links to Maoists - and extended their house arrest by four more weeks. In a majority 2-1 judgement, the top court also refused the activists' petition for a probe by a Special Investigation Team (SIT).

  • "Devotion Can't Be Subject To Discrimination": Judges' Sabarimala Verdict

    "Devotion Can't Be Subject To Discrimination": Judges' Sabarimala Verdict

    The Supreme Court on Friday lifted the ban on women of menstruating age at the Sabarimala Temple. Opening the gates of the temple in Kerala, dedicated to Lord Ayyappa, to the women in the age group of 10-50, the top court said it was violative of fundamental rights that the constitution guarantees. Chief Justice Dipak Misra reading out the judgment...

  • Will Sabarimala Temple Ban On Women End? Top Court Reads Out Verdict

    Will Sabarimala Temple Ban On Women End? Top Court Reads Out Verdict

    The Supreme Court has started reading out its verdict on whether women between 10 and 50 years should be allowed to enter Kerala's renowned Sabarimala temple. Women of menstrual age are restricted from entering the temple as its presiding deity, Lord Ayyappa, is considered to be a celibate. A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Di...

  • "Matter Of Privacy": Key Points In Supreme Court's Adultery Ruling

    "Matter Of Privacy": Key Points In Supreme Court's Adultery Ruling

    Adultery is not a crime anymore in India, but it can be grounds for divorce, the Supreme Court said today. In past hearings, the Supreme Court had asked the centre how the 158-year-old law preserved the sanctity of marriage when the extramarital affair becomes non-punishable if the woman's husband stands by her. The government has defended the law,...

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