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Wired: ITAT members shifted for ‘public interest’; Compat stays CCI NSE fine; Gov’t wants say over new judges; Pune court staff on strike; Narendra Modi safe from SC; Mumbai HC; Late night Bombay bars…

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) transfers 10 members “in public interest”, 2 not in public interest. Wishes members “good luck in their new postings” [ITATOnline]

Compat stays NSE’s Rs 55.5 crore penalty for abuse of dominant position vs MCX but NSE on hook for more if loses [Express]

Executive wants greater power in judicial appointments under new “national judicial commission” [PTI]

SC strength now at 29 after three newcomers sworn in today [ET]

Pune court staff on indefinite strike over promised pay hike [TOI]

Madras High Court sitting on three-year-old security plans but needs Rs 4.66 crore per annum budget [Hindu]

Apex court declines to rule on Narendra Modi Gujarat riots case [Reuters]

Maharashtra governments recommends Bombay High Court be renamed to Mumbai High Court [TOI]

After Trilogy, Bombay High Court hears another case of Mumbai bar seeking to stay open until 3am in Andheri [TOI]

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