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Justice SA Bobde will be the next Chief Justice of India, to take oath on November 18

Justice SA Bobde will be the 47th Chief Justice of India. His term will continue until April 23, 2021.

Only criteria for appointment of judges in Collegium system are casteism and nepotism: Allahabad HC judge writes to PM Modi

Justice Rang Nath Pandey says that appointments under the Collegium system are made on the basis of favouritism and lobbying

Prevent “another black day”, Retired Judge pleads with President against Collegium’s recommendations for SC

The Collegium's recommendations have superseded 32 judges and Justice Gambhir has deemed it outrageous and appalling.

CJI ‘shocked’ as centre clears the names of 4 judges in 48 hrs for elevation to SC: Reports

CJI stressed the need for providing judgments in vernacular languages but regretted the lack of resources.

Supreme Court dismisses plea challenging the appointment of Justice Ranjan Gogoi as the next CJI

Justice Gogoi is one of the four judges who had held a press conference against the CJI in January this year.

Govt takes exception to over half the names sent for High Court Judgeship based on IB report

This comes after the central government had written to the top court regarding the existing nepotism in the judiciary

Turf war between Government and Judiciary witnesses a showdown in Supreme Court

The Government has been facing accusations that it has been sitting on recommendations made by the Collegium.

Justice RS Sodhi slams the 4 judges who held a press conference against CJI Dipak Misra

Justice RS Sodhi opined perhaps the 4 senior judges should resign

Latest News

West Bengal: Mamata Banerjee government quarantines five migrant workers in an abandoned public toilet in Kolkata

An abandoned public toilet in Taratala, Kolkata used as quarantine center to house migrants by West Bengal government

Death of woman at Muzaffarpur station: Railway affidavit filed in Patna HC states she died 4 hours ago in train, brother-in-law said she had...

Indian Railways files affidavit in Patna High Court in the case of death of woman at Muzaffarpur station, says train was not delayed

Concerns raised over nuclear and chemical plants in Maharashtra as cyclone Nisarga heads towards the state

Maharashtra has several chemical and nuclear plants which are a matter of concern due to the cyclone Nisarga.

Religious conversions of Dalit Hindus in Uttarakhand prevalent since ages becomes more rampant during coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus pandemic gave the Christian's an opportunity to lure the affected backward Hindus in Uttarakhand via monetary inducements

Pakistan: Christian couple, convicted for blasphemy, gets an appeal hearing against death penalty after 6 years

The duo was handed the death sentence for blasphemy by an additional district and sessions judge of Toba Tek Singh on April 4, 2014,

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Woman ‘protestor’ poops on an overturned police car in middle of riots in America. Watch the video (or maybe not)

A woman was seen defecating on a damaged police car in USA, an act video recorded and photographed by onlookers

Standup comedian apologises for insulting Hanuman Chalisa, says he is a Hindu too and will never repeat such acts

A video of Alokesh Sinha's performance had gone viral on social media recently, where he was seen using derogatory words for the Hanuman Chalisa.

Hindustani Bhau files police complaint against Ekta Kapoor for ‘inappropriate sex scene’ in her erotic web series XXX 2

Hindustani Bhau took to Instagram on Monday to share a video from outside Mumbai's Khar Police station stating that he has filed the complaint against Ekta and Shobha Kapoor 'for disrespecting our Indian military, national emblem, colonel tag and defaming our country'.

As in US, so in India: Antifa in India glorifies Naxalism, advocates violence against Sanghis and engages in genocidal rhetoric

India cannot afford to take the threat of Antifa India lightly. India has been waging a war against Red Terror for decades.

Jharkhand govt cancels permission to BRO for recruiting workers from the state for construction projects near LAC in Ladakh

Jharlhand govt had permitted BRO to hold a recruitment drive in Dumka to hire workers for projects in Ladakh, but now permission cancelled

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