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Comments made by the honourable court, whether as a directive or an observation during a case hearing, cease to fade from public memory easily
Unless judges know that they will be held to account for their judgments, and the delays in delivering them, India’s broken criminal justice system that favours the rich and punishes the poor will not be mended
Ranjan Gogoi faces privilege motion for 'attend Parliament when I feel like' remark: All you need to know about this parliamentary action
Former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has invited the wrath of the Opposition for saying that he attends proceedings when he feels like it
Gogoi said in an interview that he is a nominated member of the RS, not governed by any party whip
The special CBI court observed that the people who demolished the mosque were “anti-national elements” and that the accused people were, in fact, trying to control the crowd
The woman, in April 2019, had accused Gogoi of sexually harassing her while working as a Junior Court Assistant in October 2018. She had alleged that Gogoi used his influence as the senior-most judge in the country to terminate her employment at the Supreme Court, and have her imprisoned under false pretexts when she refused his advances.
SA Bobde sworn in as 47th Chief Justice of India: 'Peacekeeper' of judiciary authored key judgments related to Ayodhya land dispute, Aadhaar
In his six-year-long stint as a Supreme Court judge, Bobde has presided upon several matters of importance and given several notable judgments
Daily Bulletin: Winter Session of Parliament to begin today, BJP set to push Citizenship (Amendment) Bill; Justice SA Bobde to take oath as CJI today; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Winter Session of Parliament to begin today: Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, Personal Data Protection Bill on legislative agenda; Maharashtra govt formation: Sharad Pawar, Sonia Gandhi to meet today to discuss alliance with Shiv Sena; and more
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi retires; tenure at helm of SC marked by controversy and consequential judgments
Justice Ranjan Gogoi, the first person from northeast to reach the top of judiciary and credited for bringing the curtains down on the decades old politically and religiously sensitive Ayodhya land dispute, retired as the Chief Justice of India on Sunday
Ayodhya verdict: Misrepresentations, half-truths and lies being propagated on ruling a result of serious misreading of judgment
Since the announcement of the judgment, there have been many misrepresentations, half-truths and lies intended at undermining the judgment and, obliquely, the Republic of India
Ranjan Gogoi set for Supreme Court farewell: Key highlights from the career of India's first CJI from North East
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is all set to retire on 17 November as the 46th head of Indian judiciary. With a reputation as a no-nonsense administrator, in his tenure, he has given judgment on some of the most iconic cases in Indian history like that of NRC, Ayodhya land dispute, entry of women into Sabarimala temple, to name a few
SC verdict on Sabarimala: Kerala govt to consult legal experts to get more clarity on decision, says Pinarayi Vijayan
Vijayan said the Supreme Court has not changed its stand with regard to the 28 September order of 2018 that allowed women of all age groups to offer prayers at the shrine.
Ayodhya verdict: Ram Janmabhoomi movement is not a reclamation of agency for Hindus, but a distraction from dismal mediocrity
For many, the movement for Ram Janmabhoomi's significance lay not in the claim for birthplace of the historical Ram, but as a reclamation of civilisational agency. Shrikanth Krishnamachary, for example, has cast the movement as 'the cultural awakening of a long-repressed people'; one that will address 'deep civilisational wounds'.
Ayodhya verdict: Decision to seek review petition of Ram Janmabhoomi order in SC on 17 Nov, says AIMPLB advocate Zafaryab Jilani
In a historic and unanimous verdict, a five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi had cleared the way for the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed site at Ayodhya, and directed the Centre to allot a five-acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque
Day after Ayodhya judgment, security of five SC judges who delivered verdict stepped up as precautionary measure, say officials
The enhanced security has been put in place since Saturday, when the judges — Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, CJI-designate Sharad Arvind Bobde and justices Dhananjaya Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer — delivered the verdict in the century-old Ayodhya dispute
'Ayodhya: India's top court gives Hindus site claimed by Muslims'; Here's how foreign media covered Supreme Court verdict
The Supreme Court's decision in the Ayodhya land dispute to give the 2.77 acres land to the Ram Janmabhoomi Trust on Saturday was covered extensively by the global media. US newspapers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian and CNN, stuck to ground reports. The media in Pakistan, however, critqued the verdict and several newspapers, like Dawn and Geo News commented on the verdict and said that the ruling on 'Babri mosque' will 'embolden the foot soldiers of Hindutva'.
WATCH: One of the most comprehensive documentaries on Ayodhya; one where Vajpayee offered to resign because he regretted Babri Masjid demolition
This video gives one of the most comprehensive documentaries available on Ayodhya and analysis of the incident in Uttar Pradesh's temple town
'Unhappy, but resigned': Ayodhya judgment is not 'justice', say Mumbai Sunni leaders; scholars say can't trust a court which favours 'faith over merit'
Unhappy but resigned. That was the mood of three well-known Sunni leaders and Islamic scholars in Mumbai, after the Supreme Court verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute case. The highest court had let them down, they felt.
Ayodhya verdict: Supreme Court yet again invokes Article 142, extends judgment beyond merely settling Ram Janmabhoomi land claim
While doing so it held that only the Supreme Court had powers under Article 142 of the Constitution of India to grant extraordinary relief and the high court did not have any such constitutional power. While setting aside the judgment of the Allahabad High Court the Supreme Court, however, exercised powers under Article 142 to pass various orders which had not been originally prayed for by the parties to the controversy.
SC Final Verdict on Ayodhya Case Updates: Internet services to remain suspended in Jaipur till tomorrow; UP remains peaceful
Ayodhya Verdict Today, Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid Case Supreme Court Verdict Today LATEST News and Updates: Internet services will remain suspended in Jaipur till tomorrow, authorities said today.