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The Supreme Court Advocates on Record (AOR) exam has produced the lowest pass rate in 4 years after it dropped down to 19%.

The Indian Express reported:

Supreme Court quashes all Goa iron ore mining leases, says can’t operate after March 15 | The Indian Express

The Supreme Court on Wednesday cancelled all iron ore mining leases in the

The Bombay Lawyers Association, represented by Dushyant Dave before the Supreme Court in the hearing into the death of Judge BH Loya, has filed the following written statement today.

The rather badly-scanned PDF contains a list of all matters that each judge handles, though that by itself is unlikely to remove the CJI's discretion from the process completely.

The Indian Express reported:

Supreme Cou

Great write-up on what sounds like utterly harrowing scenes...

The Indian Express reported:

At hearing on savings ‘due to’ UID, Supreme Court judge fumes: Don’t call me Aadhaar judge | The Indian Express

Live Law reported:

Exclusive: In-House Committee To Resume Inquiry Against Two Sitting Orissa HC Judges Tomorrow | Live Law

The three-member in-house committee headed by Justice S.J. Vazifdar, Chief Justice of Punja

The Indian Express reported:

Supreme Court crisis: No meeting held with CJI, judges propose roster reform panel | The Indian Express

A scheduled meeting between four senior judges of the Supreme Court, who went publ

A sealed cover report by Patiala House had been submitted to the court blaming police lapses. Suffice it to say, no bar council disciplinary or other actions had been taken against the alleged assaulting lawyers.

The Hindu reported:

The Economic Times reported:

Supreme Court: Supreme Court to hear contempt pleas against Karni Sena on Jan 29

A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud said that the

With Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra, the nephew of former CJI Ranganath Misra, the Loya case having initially been transferred to Justice Arun Mishra, as well as Bar Council of India (BCI) chairman being Manan Kumar Mishra (and that Narendra Modi’s principal secretary Nripendra Misra had tried to meet the CJI after the rebellion), Ravikiran Shinde argues that the flood of Mishras in the news is a symptom of far too many Brahmins in the legal system and judiciary...

Senior advocate Indira Jaising has requested the Supreme Court to amend its order to reflect that she did not agree to the transfer of Bombay high court petitions to the apex court, since she was not appearing on behalf of the Bombay high court petitioners but “reminded the court” that she would be intervening on behalf of Admiral Ramdas.

Live Law reported:

Hadiya Case: We Can't Question The Legitimacy Of An Adult Woman's Choice Of Marriage, Observes SC | Live Law

The Supreme Court bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice D. Y. Chandrachud and Jus

The Supreme Court has dismissed all intervention applications filed by various organisations, including the Karni Sena, for intervention in the writ petition in which it had cleared the screening of the movie Padmaavat on 18 January.

Judge BH Loya’s mysterious death was finally heard today for nearly an hour by the Supreme Court, under the shadow of the 12 January press conference of the Famous Four Judges, as well as Justice Arun Mishra’s equally mysterious recusal from hearing the case, after passing an order on 16 January.

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