Tuesday, 25 January, 2022
TopicJustice Bobde

Topic: Justice Bobde

Ambedkar had proposed Sanskrit as national language, knew what people wanted: CJI Bobde

Speaking at the inauguration of Maharashtra National Law University, Bobde said Ambedkar proposed Sanskrit as official language since he understood political and social issues.

Photos of Justice Bobde astride a hunky Harley Davidson reveal different side to India’s CJI

Photos of Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde were widely shared on social media, in which he can be seen sitting on a parked limited edition Harley Davidson CVO 2020. 

R Jagannathan: India right not to enter RCEP’s ‘closed club’, Dushyant Dave on Bobde as CJI

The best of the day’s opinion, chosen and curated by ThePrint’s top editors.

Justice SA Bobde appointed next Chief Justice of India, to take oath on 18 November

Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde will succeed incumbent Ranjan Gogoi, who will retire on 17 November. Bobde will have a tenure of 17 months and would demit office on 23 April 2021.

On Camera

YourTurn

Liberals mourning India Gate flame must also recall some dark aspects of the colonial Army

The moving of the flame seems, to some, as part of an ongoing extinguishing of the Indian Army’s heritage of secularism, decency and righteousness.

South-East Asia’s SMEs are underperforming. Their ‘digital revolution’ depends on fintech

Digitisation of South-East Asia's economy during the pandemic is uneven. The growth in digital services has favoured individual consumers, not SMEs.

Defence

File photo of Scorpene-class submarine 'INS Vela', at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai | ANI

Kamov choppers, submarine torpedoes among deals defence ministry will review this week

Ministry is reviewing all procurement under the ‘Buy (Global)’ category, under which equipment is bought directly from foreign manufacturers, amid govt's 'Atmanirbhar' push.

Modi vs non-BJP CMs: When most popular isn’t all-powerful & why Centre-state ties will worsen

Modi’s inability to win many states, and the huge popularity his rivals enjoy there, is pushing Indian politics in a more robustly federal direction.
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