Justice Pritinker Diwaker, a distinguished legal luminary, has traversed a remarkable journey in the realm of law, to his current position as the Chief Justice of the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad. His illustrious career, marked by unwavering commitment and proficiency, spans over three decades, encompassing various facets of law and earning him acclaim for his contributions to the legal fraternity.
Justice S. Ravindra Bhat, who has been serving as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India for 4 years is set to retire today, on 20-10-2023. His life has been marked by a relentless pursuit of knowledge, dedication and an unswerving commitment to uphold principles of justice.
Justice Subhasis Talapatra, a prominent Indian Judge, who is serving as the 33rd Chief Justice of the Orissa High Court, reires on 03-10-2023 after an extensive judicial career of over 12 years. Prior to his appointment as Chief Justice of the Orissa High Court, Justice Talapatra had served as the Judge of the Orissa High Court and the Judge of the High Court of Tripura.
“The authorities are best judges to maintain the discipline of the Force. Unless gross violation of natural justice or perversity in the quantum of punishment compared to the quantum specified is seen, it will not be wise to interfere in writ jurisdiction although the power of this Court is sufficiently wide to root out any illegality wherever found.”
“The Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation does not have any role to play in matters that are strictly governed by the service regulations. This is an exercise that is undertaken by the State in discharge of its public duties and should not brook undue interference by the Court.”
“The petitioner cannot be penalised for the delay caused by the respondent authorities in appointing the petitioner to the post in question.”
Justice Krishna Murari, who has been serving as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India, retires after an extensive career of 4.5 years. Prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court, he had served as the Chief Justice of the High Court of Punjab and Haryana and the Judge of the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad.
Kerala HC remitted the matter back to Kerala Government for reconsidering the proposal of the Court to increase the retirement age of the Judicial staff from 56 to 58 years of age.
Justice R.D. Dhanuka, whose appointment as the Chief Justice of Bombay High Court was notified on 26-05-2023, retires today after a very short tenure of 3 days!
Although the Judges are to officially retire in June, however, owing to the upcoming summer vacations commencing from 22-05-2023, the Supreme Court Bar Association conducted its farewell function on 19-05-2023.
After an active tenure of 4.5 years at the Supreme Court, which includes authoring of nearly 700+ decisions, Justice Mukeshkumar Rasikbhai Shah retires today.
Justice Dinesh Maheshwari who is serving as a Judge of the Supreme Court of India, retires today after an extensive career of 4 years. Prior to his appointment to the Supreme Court, he had served as the Chief Justice of the High Court of Karnataka and the Chief Justice of the High Court of Meghalaya.
Justice S Manikumar, former senior-most Judge of Madras High Court, who was appointed as the 36th Chief Justice of Kerala High Court in 2019, is all set to retire today.
Supreme Court held that, “the entitlement to receive increment therefore crystallises when the government servant completes requisite length of service with good conduct and becomes payable on the succeeding day.”
Justice Prakash Shrivastava retires today after being the Chief Justice of Calcutta High Court for one and half years.
Justice Arup Kumar Goswami who was appointed as the 14th Chief Justice of the High Court of Chhattisgarh with effect from 12-10-2021 is retiring today. Justice Goswami is known to be a cricket enthusiast and has represented Assam in the Ranji Trophy.
After an extensive tenure of 6 years, Justice S. Abdul Nazeer retires today. During this time, Justice Nazeer had been a part of some path-breaking decisions such as- Right to Privacy, Triple Talaq, Ayodhya verdict etc. Justice Nazeer has also been the part of the Constitution Bench which decided upon the validity of Central Govt’s 2016 Demonetisation Scheme.
Supreme Court: In a case where the Ahmednagar Mahanagar Palika/ Municipal Corporation was giving appointment to the heirs of the employees on
Allahabad High Court: The Division Bench of Devendra Kumar Upadhyaya and Rajnish Kumar, JJ. dismissed a PIL which was filed by the
Gujarat High Court: Biren Vaishnav, J. allowed petitions which were filed challenging the awards of the Labour Court ordering reinstatement