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From land of celebrated generals, a calm Supreme Court judge wins hearts

IndiaTimes Saturday, 18 May 2024
Resplendent with natural beauty, the verdant landscape of Coorg gave India two celebrated army generals -the first and third army chiefs in field marshal Kodandera M Cariappa and Gen Kodandera S Thimayya. Hailing from the same Coorg, Justice Ajjikuttira Somaiah Bopanna on Thursday was unequivocally adjudged by lawyers, on his last day on the bench in Supreme Court, as the calmest judge possessing an ‘understudied elegance’ whose characteristics could be the benchmark for selecting judges to the constitutional courts.
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