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CJI Bobde inaugurates India's first-ever E-resource centre 'Nyay Kaushal' in Nagpur

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CJI Bobde inaugurates India's first-ever E-resource centre 'Nyay Kaushal' in Nagpur

CJI Bobde inaugurates India's first-ever E-resource centre 'Nyay Kaushal' in Nagpur

Chief Justice of India, Sharad Arvind Bobde inaugurated India's first-ever E-resource centre Nyay Kaushal on October 31.

The centre was inaugurated at Judicial Officers Training Institute in Maharashtra's Nagpur.

Nyay Kaushal will facilitate e-filling of cases in Supreme Court, any High court and district courts across the country.

"We tried to let the SC function in a restricted way but realised it wasn't possible to safely continue court in that way... The pandemic was something as if heaven fell," Bobde said at the event.


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