Ex-CJI Dipak Misra was 'controlled from outside', says former Supreme Court Justice Kurian Joseph, defends 12 Jan press meet
Retired Supreme Court judge Justice Kurian Joseph while defending his and three other senior Supreme Court judges' decision to hold a press conference on 12 January, has said that they felt that the then Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra was being 'controlled from outside' and was allocating cases to judges with political bias.
SC was not moving in right direction under CJI Dipak Misra, says retired apex court judge Kurian Joseph
Kurian Joseph expressed no regrets about conducting the unprecedented press conference where he along with three other judges of the Supreme Court, Justice Jasti Chelameswar, current CJI Ranjan Gogoi, and Justice MB Lokur, had flagged off various other issues pertaining to the functioning of the top court.
Law to construct Ram temple possible, govt has scuttled court processes before, says retired SC judge J Chelameshwar
Citing other instances of the court's decisions being scuttled by the legislative process, former Supreme Court judge Jasti Chelameswar said the Parliament can pass a law for Ram temple while the matter is in the Supreme Court
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Justice Jasti Chelameswar to retire today; SC judge's 7-yr-long tenure saw landmark judgements, unprecedented moves
Justice Chelameswar, who turns 65 on Friday, was part of the nine-judge bench that gave the historic verdict declaring right to privacy a fundamental right.
Justice J Chelameswar says he stood up for 'certain issues and values'; asserts he had nothing personal against anyone
Supreme Court judge Justice Jasti Chelameswar, who retired on Friday, has said that he stood up for certain "issues and values".
At present, there are 24 sitting judges at the Supreme Court of India, of which six are set to retire this year.
After judges' rebellion, Supreme Court may upload decisions on allocation of cases to benches on website
Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra has examined suggestions from stakeholders to bring transparency in allocation of sensitive PILs to judges and is likely to bring in the public domain soon the system he is going to adopt for it, sources close to him said
Supreme Court impasse: SCBA chief defends CJI Misra, calls for contempt charges against Prashant Bhushan
Supreme Court Bar Association president Vikas Singh has alleged that activists under the banner of Campaign for Judicial Accountability and Reforms were trying to "scandalise" the judiciary by levelling false charges against Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra
Dipak Misra's olive branch to ‘rebel’ Supreme Court judges may not contain trust deficit in judiciary
In voicing their grievances against the way CJI Dipak Misra constitutes benches, the dissenting judges have brought a trust deficit in SC's functioning.
SC judges' rift with CJI Misra: Imbroglio sets wrong precedent, could have long-term effect on judicial discipline
Irrespective of the side one is supporting, it is clear that the prestige of Indian Judiciary has taken a hit due to the SC judges' rift with CJI Misra.
Divisions in the Supreme Court burst out in the open on Friday when four senior most judges took an unprecedented step of addressing the media to accuse Chief Justice Dipak Misra of breaching rules
Four judges of the SC conducted a press briefing raising questions of propriety. However, this was not the first time that fissures have appeared in the judiciary.
Judges bribery case: Supreme Court is creating a dangerous aura of arrogant infallibility around itself
The Supreme Court's attitude towards the Judges bribery case has been disturbing.