“The service rule of petitioner being a Judicial Officer is covered by Tripura Judicial Service Rules, 2003 and the ambit of Article 311 of the Constitution pertains to permanent employees and not probationer Judicial Officer.”
“This case and order will serve as a reminder that general public shall not believe unscrupulous persons and give them money, even if they are assured that they will get some work done from within the judicial system by such payment.”
In its Resolution dated 17-08-2023, the Collegium recommended the names of the judicial officers and advocates to be appointed as Judges in High Courts of Gauhati and Orissa.
On 2-6-2023, the Delhi High Court issued a circular revising the Dress Code of Judicial Officers and Advocates. Key Points: Rule 30
The post of Judicial Officer is a coveted one with responsibilities attached to it and one is expected to be unceremonious, prudent, and not take things in an easy manner.
The application was filed to restrain social media platforms from sharing the sexually explicit video of a judicial officer that was being circulated over the internet. Therefore, the Delhi High Court had taken up the suit on urgent mentioning and in the light of imminent and irreparable harm that was likely to be caused to the plaintiff.
Delhi High Court: In a writ petition filed by an Additional District Judge for reimbursement of his treatment charges during
Delhi High Court: C. Hari Shankar, J., expressed that, Unwarranted and needless hypersensitivity is not expected of Judicial Officers, who are expected,
The resignation by the petitioner was on account of exasperation and frustration actuated by a thought, that injustice was being meted out to her by the very Institution of Judiciary.
Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for elevation of the following persons as Judges in the Andhra Pradesh High Court: ADVOCATE:
President of India, in exercise of the power conferred by clause (l) of Article 217, Article 224 and Article 222 of the
Elevation of 1 Advocate and 1 Judicial Officer as Judges in Chhattisgarh HC Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for the
Collegium Statement Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for elevation of Shri A. Badharudeen, Judicial Officer as Judge of the Kerala
Uttaranchal High Court: The Division Bench of Sudhanshu Dhulia and Alok Kumar Verma, JJ., dismissed a writ petition which was filed in
Supreme Court: The bench of Deepak Gupta and Aniruddha Bose, JJ has dismissed a plea by a district judge challenging the appointment
Kerala High Court: A Division Bench of K. Vinod Chandran and V.G. Arun, JJ., addressed an appeal by one of the senior-most
Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for the elevation of Satya Gopal Chattopadhyay, Judicial Officer, as Judge of the Tripura High
Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for the elevation of Ahanthem Bimol Singh, Advocate, as Judge of the Manipur High Court.
Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for elevation of the following Judicial Officers as Judges of the Jammu & Kashmir High
Collegium Resolution The Supreme Court Collegium approved the proposal for elevation of the following persons as Judges of the Kerala High Court: