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The Collegium's recommendations have superseded 32 judges and Justice Gambhir has deemed it outrageous and appalling.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

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US Senate Committee on Judiciary approves subpoenas for Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg asking them to testify over allegations of censorship

The senate approved the subpoenas in a 12-0 vote after both Facebook and Twitter censored a New York Post report on Joe Biden

Complaints filed against Eros Now and Arré for vulgar social media posts related to Navratri

Both Eros Now and Arre had published social media posts linking Navratri festival with sex and vulgarity

Chhattisgarh police file FIR against video journalist who had reported on farmer protests based on an allegedly edited video

Video journalist Manish Soni had reported about the plight of farmers whose paddy crops were ruined due to anti-encroachment drive

Reducing Navratri to ‘mating dance’, comparing Holi with terrorism— how the Indian media has turned Hinduphobic

After Eros Now posted series of vulgar messages associated with Navratri, far-left site Arre posted a Hinduphobic tweet on Durga puja

Remembering Lalu’s Jungle Raj in Bihar: When an IAS officer’s wife was raped for two years by an RJD leader

During Lalu's Jungle Raj in Bihar, IAS Officer BB Vishwas's wife Chamba Biswas was raped for 2 years by RJD leader Mrityunjay Yadav

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France: Charlie Hebdo cartoons projected on government building to express solidarity with deceased teacher who was beheaded by Islamic terrorist

Days after the barbaric beheading of teacher Samuel Paty on the streets of Paris by a terrorist for showing the cartoons of Prophet Mohammad to his students, support continues to pour in for the deceased teacher.

Eros Now apologises for publishing vulgar Hinduphobic content on Navratri

After netizens outraged over vulgar posts on Navratri, Eros Now issued an apology.

Lucknow: Jama Mazar caretaker ‘Kale Baba’ caught running sex racket, video goes viral

The caretaker has allegedly confessed to police that he was sexually exploiting women and engaging them in illicit activities in the name of curing infertility and other ailments.

Remember Sheena Bora case? Param Bir Singh was the IG of Konkan range, the site where her body was dumped

Param Bir Singh knew that Sheena Bora was missing. He had asked Rahul Mukerjea to file a 'missing persons' report. Sheena, however, was never reported as 'missing'.

No, India Today, Katrina Kaif in yellow saree for Navratri is not offensive to Hindus, this is where you got it wrong

India Today tries to be holier than thou while trying to paint Hindus as trolls over Eros Now's vulgar Navratri posts

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