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Govt finalising draft bill to set up all-India judicial service

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 26 May 2020
Before the draft is taken to the Union Cabinet, the broad features of the proposed all-India service will be shared with the higher judiciary to seek its views, sources in the government said.
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