The reiteration came after the Collegium deliberated over a reconsideration request submitted by Justice Tagia.
Dr Justice S. Muralidhar, whose illustrious legal career spans over more than 3 decades, bids adieu as Chief Justice of Orissa High Court on 07-08-2023.
The Collegium recommended Biswadeep Bhattacharjee’s name keeping in mind his 30 years’ experience at the Bar and good knowledge and efficiency in handling criminal and civil matters.
1 woman judicial officer has been recommended by the Collegium for elevation as High Court Judge out of the 6 recommended names.
Collegium in its Resolution dated 12-07-2023 recommended names of 15 Judges who are to appointed Permanent Judges in their respective High Courts. 3 out of the 15 recommended names are women Judges.
The Resolution dated 12-07-2023 is a reiteration of the Collegium’s proposal dated 05-7-2023 wherein they had recommended transfer of Justice Manoj Bajaj, Justice D.K. Singh and Justice Gaurang Kanth.
On 19-05-2023, Justice K.V. Viswanathan became one of the few lawyers, who were elevated directly from the Bar to the Judgeship of the Supreme Court of India. With Justice Viswanathan’s elevation, the Collegium hopes to enhance the representation of the Bar in the Supreme Court.
The three Supreme Court collegium resolutions were passed dated 28-03-2023.
Supreme Court said that the conduct of the judge and her/his decisions must reflect and show independence, adherence to the democratic and constitutional values. This is necessary as the judiciary holds the centre stage in protecting and strengthening democracy and upholding human rights and the Rule of law.
With former High Court Chief Justices Rajesh Bindal and Aravind Kumar swearing in as Supreme Court Judges, read to know about the new appointees and what it means for Supreme Court’s Judges’ strength.
Chief Justices of the High Courts of Allahabad and Gujarat have been elevated thereby paving the way for the Supreme Court to achieve its sanctioned strength of 34 Judges
Supreme Court dismissed the petitions filed by lawyers from Madras HC alleging that Gowri is disqualified from being appointed a judge of a Constitutional Court, as there was no fruitful consultation between the executive and the collegium regarding her antecedents that could reveal her biasness against the minorities in the country.
The Collegium recommends two more names of Justice Rajesh Bindal, Chief Justice, Allahabad High Court and Justice Aravind Kumar, Chief Justice, Gujarat
The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended elevation of the following Chief Justices / Judges of the High Courts, as Judges in the
The Supreme Court Collegium in its meeting held on 28th September, 2022 has recommended elevation of Judges as Chief Justices of the
On 26-09-2022, the Supreme Court in the collegium meeting has recommended elevation of Mr Justice Dipankar Datta, Chief Justice of Bombay High
Supreme Court Collegium has recommended transfer/repatriation of Judges of High Courts, as mentioned below: S. No. Name of the Judge S/Shri
Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for the appointment of the following Additional Judges of the Kerala High Court as Permanent
The Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for the appointment of the following Additional Judges of Calcutta High Court as Permanent
Delhi High Court: In a matter wherein, details were sought with regard to Supreme Court Collegium meeting held on 12-12-2018, Yashwant Varma,