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Centre questions growing tendency among States to approach SC for funds
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Centre questions growing tendency among States to approach SC for funds

The Centre questions the growing trend of states approaching the Supreme Court for funds, citing timing and advocating for resolution through dialogue.

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SC ST Reservation: Centre Advocates for Quota Sub-Classification to Supreme Court for Fair Distribution Judiciary
SC ST Reservation: Centre Advocates for Quota Sub-Classification to Supreme Court for Fair Distribution

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Law officers should remain impervious to the politics: CJI [Read Speech] Legal Insiders
Law officers should remain impervious to the politics: CJI [Read Speech]

CJI Chandrachud stresses law officers' apolitical stance and ethics at CLEA Conference, highlighting modern courtroom needs and equitable tech use.

Supreme Court allows Centre to grant 6-month extension to Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar Judiciary
Supreme Court allows Centre to grant 6-month extension to Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar

Supreme Court grants six-month extension to Delhi Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, upholding the Centre's decision under the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Act, 2023. This ruling, delivered by a bench led by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud, highlights the constitutional distribution of powers and the ongoing debate over Delhi's governance structure.

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