Collegium: Further deliberation needed for elevating Judge to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court collegium has favoured “further deliberation” and “broad-based consideration” of names of Chief Justices of various high courts before sending its decision reiterating the elevation of Uttarakhand Chief Justice K M Joseph as a judge of the top court. The resolution of the May 16 collegium meeting, uploaded on the supreme court website […]

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SC Collegium recommends 4 permanent judges for Allahabad High Court

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended appointment of four additional judges of the Allahabad High Court as permanent judges. The collegium, in its resolution, has also said that the recommendation for appointment of Justice Serto be processed expeditiously as his term expires on March 13. The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended appointment of four additional […]

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SC collegium reiterated 37 names out of 43 returned to it : Govt

Out of the 43 names returned to it by the government for reconsideration, the Supreme Court collegium has “reiterated” its recommendation for 37, deferred three proposals while three other names are still with it, the Lok Sabha was informed today. On November 18, the Supreme Court had informed the government that it had reiterated every […]

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No bar on collegium: Supreme Court said today

The Supreme Court on Thursday said there was no bar on the collegium to go ahead with its work to appoint judges for the higher judiciary, which is plagued with large-scale vacancies. The indication that it was not interfering with the functioning of the collegium system came while the apex court decided to give nine […]

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Collegium recommended names despite adverse reports: SC told

The Supreme Court collegium recommended and reiterated the appointments of people as judges despite adverse Intelligence Bureau reports and judges’ critical comments against them, the central government on Wednesday told the apex court. Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi on Wednesday submitted to the court a list of a few names running into 10 pages with comments […]

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