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Vinay Thakur authors book “Architecture of Justice: A Pictorial Walk-through of Supreme Courts and High Courts of India”
The book “Architecture of Justice: A Pictorial Walk-through of the Supreme Courts and High Courts of India” has been authored by father-son duo Vinay Thakur and Amogh Thakur. The 223-page coffee-table tome was recently released by the Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi at the Indian International Centre. The book, a sequel to Vinay’s ..
Maharashtra government grants reservation to Maratha community under a new category called ‘Socially and Educationally Backward Class (SEBC)’
The Maharashtra government has recently cleared reservation to the Maratha community under a new category called ‘Socially and Educationally Backward Class’ (SEBC) in educational institutes & jobs. Hence, the Marathas will get reservation from an independent quota and this will not affect the reservations given to the Other Backward Class (OBC). As per report of ..
The National Legal Services Day (NLSD) is celebrated every year on 9th of November in India to ensure reasonable fair and justice procedure for all citizens. It was first started by Supreme court of India (SCI) in the year 1995 to provide help and support to poor and weaker sections of the society. The Article ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
Topics: Constitution of India • Directive Principles • Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and Fundamental Duties of India • Government of India • Law by country • Law in India • Legal aid • Standard of living • Supreme Court of India
Under the provisions of Article 124 of the Constitution, the President has recently appointed four new judges — Justices Hemant Gupta, R Subhash Reddy, M R Shah and Ajay Rastogi – of Supreme Court (SC). Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi administered the oath of office to the four judges. The President’s assent was based on the ..
Topics: Ajay Rastogi • Chief Justice of India • Gogoi • Government of India • Hemant Gupta • Judiciary of India • Kurian Joseph • Law in India • National Legal Services Authority • Ranjan Gogoi • Supreme Court of India • Supreme Court of India crisis
Under article 124 of the constitution, President Ram Nath Kovind has appointed Justice Ranjan Gogoi as the 46th Chief Justice of India (CJI). He will assume office after the current CJI Dipak Misra retires on October 2. He will have tenure of 13 months – till November 17, 2019. Currently, Justice Gogoi is heading the ..
Topics: Chief Justice of India • Dinesh Maheshwari • Dipak Misra • Gogoi • Government of India • Judiciary of India • Law in India • Ranjan Gogoi • Supreme Court of India • Supreme Court of India crisis