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'Independent judges, noisy journalists democracy's first line of defence': Justice Gogoi calls for revolution in judiciary

Senior Supreme Court judge Ranjan Gogoi said that the judicial system needs revolution, not reform if it is to be serviceable for the common man while delivering the third Ramnath Goenka Memorial..

Noisy judges help defend democracy: Justice Gogoi

Justice Ranjan Gogoi, one of the four senior Supreme Court judges who participated in an unprecedented presser against the country’s chief justice over “selective” case allocation, has backed the..

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4 judges of the Supreme Court made big allegations on the CJI [Video]4 judges of the Supreme Court made big allegations on the CJI

4 judges of the Supreme Court Justice Chelameswar, Justice Gogoi, Justice Lokur, Justice Joseph made big allegations on the Chief Justice of India in a press conference...

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Judiciary needs revolution, not reform to keep it serviceable for common man: Justice Gogoi

A "revolution, not reform" is needed to keep the institution of judiciary serviceable for the common man, senior Supreme Court judge Justice Ranjan Gogoi said today, asserting that the judiciary would..

Revolution, not reform, needed for judiciary to service commoners: Justice Gogoi

The judiciary was the "last bastion of hope", he said. Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Appointing next CJI: When the name comes us, will discuss it, don't question our intention, says RS Prasad

The government's intention on the appointment of the next Chief Justice of India (CJI) should not be questioned, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Monday, noting that when the incumbent names..

CJI`s appointment: Don`t question govt`s intention, says minister on speculations surrounding Justice Gogoi

Prasad talks about the appointment of next Chief justice of India during a press conference held to highlight the achievements of Law Ministry over the past four years
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Don't question govt's intention: Law minister on next CJI's appointment

Speculations surrounding Justice Gogoi's appointment as the next CJI emerged following the unprecedented press conference of 4 most-senior judges.

Justice delivery system begging for complete overhaul: Justice Ranjan Gogoi

Justice Gogoi, who is next in line to become the Chief Justice of India, expressed his concern over recent reports of sexual abuse of children across the country and said that there was an urgent need..

Justice Gogoi's competence is unquestioned

Who is the judge next in line to be Chief Justice of India?M J Antony tells us about Justice Gogoi who has put 'discharging a debt to the nation' above the prospect of being the next CJI.

If Justice Gogoi doesn't become next CJI, it will prove what we said: Justice Chelameswar

Justice J Chelameswar, who courted controversy by virtually revolting against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra, on Saturday said that impeachment cannot be an answer to every question and problem and..

Constitutional idealism is attainable: Justice Ranjan Gogoi

Attaining constitutional idealism is not like chasing a rainbow; it can be done, said Justice Ranjan Gogoi of the Supreme Court of India, while speaking at the 13the Justice PD Desai Memorial Lecture...

Search at Delhi Chief Minister's house: 7 CCTV cameras found not working

Delhi Police, which searched Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence on Friday for CCTV footages in connection with the alleged assault on Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash, said no cameras were..

CJI releases roster for allocation of cases in SC

To offset the accusation that cases of national importance were being allocated to “preferred benches”, Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra unveiled a new roster system – along the lines of..

CJI Dipak Misra makes Supreme Court Judges' roster public

Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra on Thursday released the roster system of allocation of cases in the Supreme Court by assigning to himself all PIL, election and appointment of constitutional..
Deccan Herald

Inside India's Great Court Crisis

When the four senior Supreme Court (SC) judges went public on January 12 to bare their anguish over Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra's alleged breach of institutional integrity, it naturally..

SC crisis appears unresolved amid hopes weekend will bring relief

The crisis in the Supreme Court over complaints against the chief justice seemed far from over despite optimism expressed a day earlier by top legal bodies, amid fresh hopes today of a resolution by..
Deccan Herald

Business as usual at SC; four revolting judges back to work

It seemed to be business as usual at the Supreme Court as four senior-most judges held court to take up routine work on Monday, three days after they went public to criticise Chief Justice of India..

Four senior-most SC judges attend court, BCI says 'story over'

The unprecedented crisis that rocked the Supreme Court appeared to ease today with four top Supreme Court judges--who had virtually revolted against the Chief Justice--attending work as usual and the..
Deccan Herald

Issues unresolved, but Judges to resume work today

Three days after they left their courtrooms after a tiff with Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra, and held a joint press conference, in which they highlighted the manner in which the CJI was..

SC judges, lawyers' bodies hold hectic parleys over top court crisis

Hectic parleys were going on today among Supreme Court judges over the crisis that has erupted after the virtual revolt by four seniormost judges of the apex court against Chief Justice of India Dipak..
Deccan Herald

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