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HC rejects plea seeking removal of India's UNHRC diplomat

Aug 01, 2014

HC rejects plea seeking removal of India's UNHRC diplomat

The petitioner assumed that in the UNHRC Sinha had acted contrary to India's written explanation but its contents did indicate otherwise, the judge added. #Sri Lanka #NewsTracker #Madras High Court #War Crimes #Foreign policy #UNHRC #UNHRC resolution #Dilip Sinha
HC rejects PIL seeking to declare CBSE's Sanskrit week unconstitutional

Jul 31, 2014

HC rejects PIL seeking to declare CBSE's Sanskrit week unconstitutional

CBSE had issued a communication on 30 June to all heads of school affiliated to the CBSE board to celebrate 'Sanskrit Week'. #NewsTracker #PIL #Madras High Court #Sanskrit #CBSE #Languages #Sanskrit week #CBSE sanskrit controversy
Ex-CJI tried his best to elevate corrupt judge, says Katju in blog post

Jul 28, 2014

Ex-CJI tried his best to elevate corrupt judge, says Katju in blog post

Former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju Monday again complained of interference in the appointment of judges, saying former chief justice of India KG Balakrishnan tried his best to elevate a judge to the apex court despite allegations of corruption against him. #NewsTracker #Madras High Court #CJI #KG Balakrishnan #Markandey Katju #Katju #former CJI
Katju controversy a 'futile' issue, says former PM Manmohan Singh

Jul 28, 2014

Katju controversy a 'futile' issue, says former PM Manmohan Singh

Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday refused to be drawn into the Katju controversy, terming it as a "futile" issue. #Sonia Gandhi #Manmohan Singh #Congress #Soli Sorabjee #Madras High Court #Markandey Katju
PMO not keen to allow Katju an extension as PCI chief

Jul 26, 2014

PMO not keen to allow Katju an extension as PCI chief

Katju recently came to limelight recently after he revealed how an allegedly corrupt judge got elevated at the Madras High Court in 2005. #ThisisNext #Madras High Court #Prime Minister's Office #Press Council of India #Justice Markandey Katju