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New Delhi: The Supreme Court Collegium has approved the proposal for appointment of 10 Additional Judges as Permanent Judges in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

The Collegium headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana took the decision in its meeting held on October 7 and the resolution was uploaded on the apex court website on Friday.

The Additional Judges whose names have been approved are — Justices Suvir Sehgal, Alka Sarin, Jasgurpreet Singh Puri, Ashok Kumar Verma, Sant Parkash, Meenakshi I Mehta, Karamjit Singh, Vivek Puri, Archana Puri, and Rajesh Bhardwaj.

In another decision the Collegium, in a meeting held on October 6, has approved the proposal for elevation of the four advocates as Judges in the Karnataka High Court.

The names approved are — Anant Ramanath Hegde, Cheppudira Monnappa Poonacha, Siddaiah Rachaiah, and Kannankuzhyil Sreedharan Hemalekha.

The Collegium also approved the proposal for elevation of advocate J Sathya Narayana Prasad as Judge in the Madras High Court and advocate Manu Khare as Judge in the Allahabad High Court.

Besides Ramana, Justices U U Lalit and A M Khanwilkar are part of the three-member Collegium which takes decisions with regard to high court judges.

4 judges for Rajasthan HC

The Supreme Court Collegium also approved the elevation of judicial officer Shubha Mehta as Judge in the Rajasthan High Court.

Besides, the Collegium in its October 6 meeting has approved the proposal for the elevation of the four advocates as Judges at the Rajasthan High Court.

The advocates whose names have been proposed are — Kuldeep Mathur, Maneesh Sharma, Rekha Borana, and Sameer Jain.

The decisions were uploaded on the apex court website.

2 judges for Calcutta HC

The Supreme Court Collegium recommended elevation of two advocates as judges in the Calcutta High Court.

The Collegium meeting resolved to reiterate its earlier recommendations for elevation of advocate Sakya Sen as Judge in the Calcutta High Court.

The proposals were uploaded on the apex court website.

The Collegium has also approved the proposal for elevation of advocate Soubhik Mitter as Judge at the Calcutta High Court.


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