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Modi govt, SC collegium tussle over judges’ appointments is unfortunate. Both must engage better

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Shadow-boxing between Modi government and Supreme Court collegium over judges’ appointments is unfortunate. The fact that the collegium has reiterated many names suggests it’s not convinced by the merits of the Centre’s objections. Both sides need to engage better in public interest. There should be more transparency in judicial appointments.

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