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Harish Salve is an Indian senior advocate who practices at the Supreme Court of India. He served as the Solicitor General of India from 1 November 1999 to 3 November 2002. He also fought the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice (ICJ). On 16 Jan 2020 he was appointed as a Queen's Counsel for the courts of England and Wales.
Govt should bring specific law to deal with crisis arising out of Covid-19, says Harish SalveObserving that the lockdown imposed by the government to check the Covid-19 pandemic could lead to many complex legal disputes arising out of non-performance of contractual and statutory obligations by..
Unelected people think they can impose will on govt through courts: Harish Salve
India may approach ICJ to force Pakistan to implement directions in Kulbhushan Jadhav case, says Harish SalveSalve said that India has written to Pakistan but no one knows how things are progressing so India might have to go to ICJ once again.
Soli Sorabjee slams Maharashtra governor, Harish Salve says nothing wrong
Don't play with nature, says Supreme Court to Kerala Chief Secretary Tom JoseSenior advocate Harish Salve who appeared for Chief Secretary sought time to work out a plan of action till Friday.
Senior advocate Harish Salve spoke to her 10 minutes before she got cardiac arrestSushma wanted to pay Salve a fee of Rs 1 for his successful representation of India at the International Court of Justice in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case
Come take one rupee from me: Sushma Swaraj to Harish Salve one hour before she diedHarish Salve had led India's effort to save Kulbhushan Jadhav at the International Court of Justice.
ICJ Verdict: Judgment gladdened hearts, restored faith in rule of law, says Harish SalveSalve says ICJ rejected Pakistan's argument that the Vienna Convention excluded spies for counsellor access
'Gratified as a lawyer', says Harish Salve on ICJ's verdict in Jadhav caseIndia's lead counsel on the Kulbhushan Jadhav case Harish Salve said on Wednesday he was "very happy" with the ICJ's verdict which would prevent his execution and ensure justice for the Indian..