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Integrating two Lutyens’ bungalows into one — work on CJI’s new residence-cum-office begins

The 5, Krishan Menon Marg, which is the official residence of the CJI, will be combined with the adjacent 7, Krishna Menon Marg to establish a bigger residence-cum-office. 
Justice B.V. Nagarathna of the Karnataka High Court | Image: ThePrint Team

SC collegium willing, this Karnataka judge could become first woman Chief Justice of India

Justice B.V. Nagarathna’s seniority and the fact that her parent HC, Karnataka, has 3 representatives in the Supreme Court could work against her.
Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde

Judges, lawyers shouldn’t wear coat & gown as it’s easier to catch Covid-19: CJI Bobde

CJI S A Bobde said the apex court may soon come out with instructions on the dress code for lawyers and the judges.
A file photo of migrant labourers gathered at a bus stand in Jaipur | PTI

My lord, migrant labourers need more than just food, just like we all do

The act of feeding is a conscience cleaner, a hand wash that also kills hopes of the poor wanting anything more than food. These are old models of charity.
Supreme Court of India

Supreme Court judges gushing over Modi is a problem for judiciary and democracy

Modi’s praise by the judges shows that the so-called church-state separation in the context of the judiciary is blurring, undermining its credibility.
The Supreme Court of India | Photo : Manish Mondal | ThePrint

Dear Supreme Court, Indians mostly clueless about what goes behind the scene in judiciary

CJI SA Bobde has persisted with the opaque system that his predecessor Justice Ranjan Gogoi-led collegium of Supreme Court had initiated.

410 vacancies but govt sat on names — why 2019 wasn’t a good year for judge appointments

Law ministry data says total number of vacancies in Supreme Court & high courts was 392 in the beginning of 2019, and increased to 410 by year-end.
CJI SA Bobde | Praveen Jain | ThePrint

As Chief Justice, SA Bobde must make sure no government can bend Indian judiciary’s spine

As Chief Justice, Ranjan Gogoi did everything he had accused Dipak Misra of. Justice Bobde must not go down the same road.
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi

Why CJI Gogoi is under fire for defending Assam’s NRC while it’s still sub judice

CJI Ranjan Gogoi said the Assam NRC was a base document for the future, and 19 lakh or 40 lakh people being left off it was not the point.
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi

Gogoi keeps up CJI tradition of retiring with a bang — has 4 big verdicts in last 2 weeks

CJI Ranjan Gogoi’s predecessors Misra, Khehar and Thakur also delivered numerous major judgments in their respective last months in the chair.

On Camera

CPM State Committee members carry out a peaceful protest against the TRS government on Kairtabad X Road, in Hyderabad on 29 June 2020 | ANI

Coronavirus is complicated, so let’s stop moralising while analysing it

Temptation to moralise is a strong human propensity. But it stems from same reckless impatience that worsened our response to Covid in the first place.
People walk along Wall Street as the coronavirus keeps financial markets and businesses mostly closed in May, 2020 in New York City. | Photo: Spencer Platt | Bloomberg via Getty Images

These are the world’s most miserable and least miserable economies of 2020

The Bloomberg’s Misery Index tallied inflation and unemployment outlooks for 60 economies. Almost all the economies surveyed are projected to be more miserable this year.

Defence

Representational image of military equipment in Ladakh | Photo: ANI

Document saying sensitive Ladakh standoff likely to be prolonged removed from MoD website

In the official document, now taken down from its website, defence ministry also said Chinese aggression increasing along LAC and 'more particularly' in Galwan valley since 5 May.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Modi govt’s NEP is out of touch with reality, Indian voters want English-medium education

State leaders with their ear to the ground, like Nitish, Mamata and Yogi, have shown that the push for native language education is not what voters want.