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Bangalore judges to be given 40 iPhones worth Rs 16 lakh

The Karnataka high court in Bangalore has floated a tender to buy 40 Apple iPhone 5Cs for its judges to use. While the smartphones are the lowest end phones that the US-based company makes, they still retail for around Rs 40,000 each (and ironically are not compatible with two recently-launched Android apps that can check the court's noticeboard and causelist; lower-end Android smartphones can retail for less than Rs 10,000).

The registry also floated a tender to buy 125 kiosks, which are already present in the high court, and will in future give litigants electronic information about cases in Karnataka's lower taluk courts. (via @othlaw) [Bangalore Mirror]

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