The Collegium recommended the names of 13 Additional Judges to be appointed as Permanent Judges for the High Courts of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab and Haryana.
This segment aims to track and chart the monthly course of judicial appointments in the Supreme Court and High Courts along with recommendations made by the Supreme Court Collegium.
Constitutional Law Society of National Law University Odisha is organizing its 2nd Panel Discussion on “Judicial Appointments and Government Interference with Collegium
Dr. Justice D.Y Chandrachud, CJI, administered oath to Justice Sandeep Mehta on 9-11-2023.
The Gujarat Government had issued the impugned Notification dated 18.04.2023 during the pendency of the present writ petition and after receiving the notice issued by the Court. The Supreme Court observed that the State Government could have waited till the next date of hearing which was on 28.04.2023.
With the Govt. of India notifying the appointment of the Judges, read more about the new appointees and what it means for Supreme Court’s Judges’ strength.
“Article 224 A should not be made a dead letter, more so when the need is so pressing.”
“The High Courts are in a crisis situation. There are almost 40% vacancies in the High Courts, with many of the larger High Courts working under 50% of their sanctioned strength.”
Supreme Court: The 3-judge Bench of SA Bobde, CJ and AS Bopanna and S. Ramasubramanian, JJ has ordered a revised schedule for
Supreme Court: The Court has directed all States, Union Territories (UTs) and the High Courts to apprise it on the status of
On 03.10.2017, the Chief Justice of India, Justice Dipak Misra along with Justice J. Chelameswar, Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice Madan B. Lokur
On 09.08.2017, a ‘concept note’ on a Central Selection Mechanism (CSM) for the lower judiciary was notified on the Supreme Court website
On 04.08.2017, the 3-judge bench of JS Khehar, CJ and AK Goel and AM Khanwilkar, JJ indicated that the Court was inclined to