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Mahender Singh Sep 14
Replying to @Rahulbhangde
Allow me to differ. functioning is nothing but sheer manipulations. Be it appointments Or Transfers. For making Rule of Law Reasons are bound to disclosed. Veiled Thread. Not coming forward on reasons for transfer, does it not show protecting Black Herd ??
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Mahender Singh Sep 13
Replying to @Rahulbhangde
Sorry Wrong Analogy. in the name of Judicial Independence and Better Judicial Administration is running Family Business of Judicial Families. They are ruling Democratic India. They are good only at manipulations. Matter of chance Who wins when. 😢😢
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spar consulting Sep 12
If has no hesitation to disclose the Cogent reasons... then why wait ?? why give room to more speculation
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Mahender Singh Sep 14
Replying to @Rahulbhangde
How long Indians have to bear burden of most Unaccountable ? Any sign of improvement ? No , certainly not. We should welcome Accountable Independent Judiciary rather than present rotten, In which only Merit is How well you Manipulate on occasion ?
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Object Imperial Sep 10
Light can't escape from gravity being so high. Seems light can't escape too.
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ajitsinh Jagirdar 🇮🇳 #We_The_Threadeans Sep 13
Contrasting verdicts by courts. The original sin of rejecting the NJAC needs to be atoned for.
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Adv Vipin Sep 12
If found necessary, the collegium will jave no hestiation in disclose the reason for transfer of judges
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NewsMeter Sep 13
Collegium has no hesitation in disclosing reasons for transfer of judges: SC
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Adv.Pande Rajani Sep 12
Collegium responds to media reports: Says it has no hesitation in disclosing reasons for transfer of judges if found necessary. All recommendations for transfer made based on cogent reasons and unanimously agreed upon by
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AbrahamThomas Sep 12
SC collegium has responded to recent media reports attacking its decision on . A statement issued by Secretary General of SC has said that will not hesitate in disclosing reasons for transfer, if found necessary.
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R.M.Bhangde Sep 13
The criticism to the collegium system in respect of transfer of judges and absence of reasons thereof, is totally uncalled for. The reasons are not disclosed in public interest as they will cause harm to the judge being transfered. It will harm the system as well.
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Yashwanth Nethaji N T Sep 9
Is the transparency of the collegium system is in question?
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Namit Saxena Sep 11
After his retirement, the lone dissenter in the NJAC case had said this about - “Judges should not defend their judgments. But, give it some more time and you will also realise your mistake”.
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Nirupam Banerjee Sep 10
So many references to High Court in the article on the way is functioning resulting in controversies.Where is transparency? The article is by former SC judge Madan Lokur.
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Adv.Yogesa 🇮🇳 Sep 8
The row: Former judge explains the process of judicial transfers |
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On Hindu Rights! Sep 12
Eggs were not healthy as per experts, now they are, Even just knowledge of law doesn't make one a nationalist.
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DBPOST 23h
has decided on Justice 's elevation, says
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Kunal Shankar Sep 9
Indian Supreme Court's has for long functioned in an opaque and arbitrary manner. Transfer of Madras HC CJ to Meghalay is another instance. Justice Tahilramani was senior most woman judicial officer of the country when she resigned:
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SupremeCourtObserver Sep 16
Replying to @timesofindia
Justice Elevation: Last week, the met to discuss the Law Ministry letter. Today, Gogoi declared that the Collegium had reached its final decision, which it will be publishing on shortly. 3/3
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Srinivasan Ramani Sep 15
In lights of the judicial controversy, 's explainer on the system, transfers and more - by :
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