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- Law Mantra invites application for Research Associates; Apply before 15th Nov, 2017
- UPES Litigation Workshop on Criminal Law: Practice, Procedure and Compliance [Dec 11 – 15, Dehradun]: Register by Nov 11
- Good Governance Yatra Travel Program for Change Agents [Dec 15-23, Delhi, UP, Bihar]: Apply by Oct 22
- Call for Papers Two Day National Seminar on Women’s Rights Issues &Challenges (Nov 8 & 9) Submit by Oct 24
- Supreme Court: App-Based Transport Service Providers Like Uber, Ola, Redbus Needed To Be Regulated To Ensure Safety Of Women Commuters.
Amidst the resignation by former Justice of Karnataka High Court Jayant Patel on account of his transfer to Allahabad HC, plenty of questions was raised over the transparency of collegium recommendations.
In view of above, in a historic move Supreme Court Collegium today so as to ensure transparency has resolved to post on the court’s website its recommendations on judicial appointments, transfers and elevations for public consumption.
To the threshold, Supreme Court has posted online detailed reasons for its October 3, 2017 recommendations for judicial appointments to the Madras High Court and the Kerala High Court. The resolution is signed by all the five members of the Collegium – Chief Justice Misra, Justices J. Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B. Lokur and Kurian Joseph.